Medieval Studies Travel Course
- Lecture/Discussion: 3
This course examines the culture and history of select locations and time-frames for the medieval period, and includes both an on-campus lecture component and an instructor-guided travel abroad component that could include visits to key archeological sites, surviving ecclesiastical and secular buildings (intact or ruins), museums, libraries, and perhaps re-enactment events.
- AF288C, ML299.
- ML288 is offered only in the 6-week Intersession (May to mid-June) or Summer (late June to early August) terms. The lecture series will normally be offered for about 4 weeks prior to the departure of the class for the travel component of the course, which will take about 9-10 days. Although it is primarily intended for students in a Residence Learning Community sponsored by the Medieval Studies Program, though other students may be permitted to take the course with the permission of the program co-ordinator.
Senate Academic Planning Committee Revisions February 26, 2019: ML288 Changed from ML299; effective September 1, 2019.