Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor

"Teaching at Paris," 14th centuryAre you interested in the work of Michelangelo, Vermeer, Chaucer, Shakespeare, or Milton? Are you interested in the Crusades, 15th-century Florence, or the reigns of the Tudor monarchs?

The medieval and renaissance studies minor helps you connect a major in art, English, or history with in-depth study related to the arts and politics of the medieval and renaissance time period.

What Will I Study?

You choose from a variety of courses in literature, history, politics, philosophy, art, music, and religion - courses like Survey of French Literature; Tudor England; Renaissance Art; and Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

The minor requires 15 hours in courses covering material prior to 1600 (and English Renaissance literature through 1700).

Email questions to Dr. Annette Evans at evans.a@lynchburg.edu or Dr. Scott Amos at amos.n@lynchburg.edu.