Spring 2016 Courses

The following graduate courses are being offered in the Spring. Email addresses are included for contacting instructors for further information. For those who are not aware of the opportunity, Duke and UNC have a reciprocal registration arrangement that allows graduate students at one university to take courses at the other. For a list of courses being offered at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, see the website for UNC's program in Medieval and Early Modern Studies.

Inter-Institutional Registration Agreement

Under the interinstitutional registration agreement, any graduate, professional, or undergraduate student enrolled as a degree-seeking student at any of the following participating universities may participate in registration via the interinstitutional registration process:

Duke University
North Carolina Central University
North Carolina State University
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
University of North Carolina at Greensboro

For further information on rules and registration procedures, go to the Inter-institutional Registration Agreement website.

Duke/UNC direct bus: A new Duke/UNC direct bus, funded by the Robertson Scholars Program, departs frequently and makes traveling between the two campuses easier than ever before. See the Robertson Scholars website for the departure and arrival schedule for this bus.


551.01 Modern European Christianity
(Also Church History 751)
Meredith Riedel
MW 2:30 - 3:45
Loc: Westbrook 0016
mriedel@div.duke.edu
Note: Preceptorial required
See synopsis


561S. The Margins of Justice: Law and Minorities in the Middle Ages
(Also History 511S)
Jehangir Malegam
TU 1:40 4:10
Loc.: TBA
jmalegam@yahoo.com
See synopsis


576S.01 Microhistory
(Also History 520S.01)
Thomas Robisheaux
W 6:30 - 9:00
Loc: TBA
trobish@duke.edu
See synopsis


Spanish 790.01 Commerce, Mercantile Culture, and Literature in Early Modern Spain

Elvira Vilches
TU 4:40 7:10
Loc: Social Sciences 124
elv5@duke.edu
See synopsis


English 890S.03 The Sociology of Early Modern Poetry

Julianne Werlin
W 11:45 - 2:15
Loc: Social Sciences 107
julianne.werlin@duke.edu
See synopsis

DIVINITY SCHOOL COURSES


Christian Theology 790.01 Disconsolations and Consolations in Writing of the English Reformation

David Aers
TH 2:30 - 5:00
Loc: Langford 050
aers@duke.edu
See synopsis


Church History 954.01 Death and Dying in Antiquity

Maria Doerfler
W 2:30 - 5:00
Loc: Westbrook 031
mdoerfler@div.duke.edu
See synopsis


Historical Theology 956.01 The Theology of the Cappadocians

>Warren Smith/em>
TH 2:30 - 5:00
Loc: Westbrook 0013
wsmith@div.duke.edu
See synopsis


Historical Theology 959.01 Calvin and the Reformed Tradition

Ken Woo
TH 6:00 - 8:30
Loc: Gray 110
kwoo@duke.edu
See synopsis