History + Art + Old English/Latin and moreAs a medieval studies minor, you can better understand the world today by exploring the ways it has developed from its medieval roots. This minor benefits a wide variety of majors such as anthropology, art, classics, English and linguistics, foreign languages, history, and philosophy and religion, among others.
Forge your own path through a variety of classes in language, literature, philosophy and religion, history and the fine arts to pursue your personal passions in this fascinating and important period of history.
You can choose to study the persecution of heretics; the Great Schism in the medieval church and the Reformation; disease and medical science; technology and cosmology; along with questions about the social roles of men and women and the use of power and war.
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Medieval Studies Minor Committee
For more information, please contact the chair or a committee member:
- Chair: Ernst Hintz (Classical and Modern Languages)
- Kathryn Brammall (History)
- Christine Harker (English and Linguistics)
October 26, 2020
Authors receive hundreds of rejections before achieving a single "yes" on their road to publication. Bestselling and full-time author Tricia Levenseller will recount her journey and the lessons learned along the way.
October 26, 2020
TRU 100: EXPLORE is a one-hour class dedicated to helping students have fun and learn about their new community, particularly through civic engagement. Based upon their interests, groups of new students were tasked with creating projects that connect Truman to the community.