Spring 2018 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.

MEDREN 551.01 Modern European Christianity (Also Church History 751)
Sujin Pak
MW 2:30 - 3:45
Loc: TBA
spak@div.duke.edu
See Synopsis

MEDREN 507S.01. Live Images: Ancient and Medieval Representations of the Divine (Also Visual and Media Studies 533S.01, Religion 552S.01, Classical Studies 558S.01)
Annabel Wharton
Tu 6:15 - 8:45
Loc: Smith Warehouse Bay 9 A290
wharton@duke.edu
See Synopsis

MEDREN 576S.01. Microhistory (Also History 520S.01)
Thomas Robisheaux
W 6:30 - 9:00 pm
Loc: Carr 136
trobish@duke.edu
See Synopsis

MEDREN 590S.01. Advanced Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Studies: Geopolitics: Spain and France (Also History 590S.02, Romance Studies 590S.01)
Michele Longino, Elvira Vilches
W 4:40 - 7:10
Loc: Languages 305
elvira.vilches@duke.edu
michele.longino@duke.edu
See Synopsis

MEDREN 603.01. Dante's Divine Comedy (Also Also Italian 582.01, Literature 582.01)
Martin Eisner
MW 11:45 - 1:00
Loc: TBA
martin.eisner@duke.edu
See Synopsis

English 890S.03. Special Topics Seminar: Shakespeare, Tragedy, Ethics
Sarah Beckwith
M 1:40 - 4:10
Loc: West Duke 108A
jm245@duke.edu
See Synopsis

Literature 890S.01. Spinoza and Contemporary Culture (Also English 537S.01)
Mark Hansen
W 3:05 - 5:35
Loc: Friedl Building 240
mark.hansen@duke.edu
See Synopsis

DIVINITY SCHOOL COURSES


Church History 822. Heresies and Heretics

Meredith Riedel
TUTH 2:30 - 3:45
Loc: Langford 0044
mriedel@div.duke.edu
See synopsis


Historical Theology 890. Medieval Woman Mystics

Sujin Pak
W 8:30 - 11:00
Loc: N/A
spak@div.duke.edu
See Synopsis


XTIANTHE 790. The Theology of Julian of Norwich

Amy Hall
Tue 5:30 - 8:00
Loc: Gray 110
alhall@div.duke.edu
See Synopsis


XTIANTHE 810. Augustine's The City of God

Paul J. Griffiths
W 5:30 - 8:00 pm
Loc: TBA
pgriffiths@div.duke.edu
See synopsis