(Feat. replacing half of STEM where it belongs, in the arts & humanities; a.k.a. “rehumanising S & M.”)
A new version of an old course, MDVL 301 being as it is one of the regular stalwarts in the UBC Medieval Studies Program
More information coming up over the next six months, and then during the course itself, at blogs.ubc.ca/mdvl301
Some things will be openly freely publicly available there; some (student work, interaction, course notes) will not, for reasons of privacy and intellectual property rights.
Philosophy and the seven liberal arts – from the “Hortus deliciarum” of Herrad of Landsberg (12th century)
MDVL 301: European Literature from the 5th to the 14th Century
The Liberal Arts”
(3 credits, 2016-17, winter session, term one: September to December 2016) (more…)