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519-884-8110 x28276
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STJ 3010C

Late medieval social and cultural history

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519-888-4567 x32436
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ML 227

Reception of classical texts in the Middle Ages; Hermes Trismegistus

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519-888-4567 x37707
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ML 329
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Study of medieval manuscripts, critical editions, the relation between texts and images, and new technologies
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519-888-4567 x32122
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HH 225

Renaissance literature and drama

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519-885-0220 x24246
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CGR 2116
The Letter of James, Social History of Christian Origins and Early Christianity, History of Biblical Interpretation
 
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519-884-4404 x28641
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REN 2611

Religion and cultural interactions

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Medieval dream visions

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519-888-4567 x38903
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ML 228

Roman Foreign Policy, Legislation and Juridical Practice, New History of Ancient Galatia, Intercultural Onomastics, Citizenship and Foreigners’ Rights, Athenaion Politeia of the So-Called ‘Old Oligarch’, Late Roman Literature

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519-888-4567 x32671
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ECH 1214

Social function of medieval art

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519-888-4567 x33606
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ML 318

Spanish language; transition from Latin to Spanish; medieval Spanish

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519-888-4567 x33351
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PAS 1051

Jewish history and law; Medieval Jewish documentary history

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Faculty
519-888-4567 x32817
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ML 226

Greek and Latin Literary Criticism, Hellenistic and Augustan poetry, epic, ekphrases, classical philology, Reformation and Renaissance

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Faculty
519-888-4567 x36883
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ML 240

Archaic Greek Poetry, Hellenistic and Imperial Poetry, Byzantine Poetry, Hymnography

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519-888-4567x 30256
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HH 326

Ancient Science and Philosophy, History and Philosophy of Science

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519-885-1460 x214

The intersection of biblical studies, theology and philosophy; Biblical Greek

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19th and 20th century Russian and Belarusan languages and literatures

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Faculty (emeriti)
519-888-4567 x32124
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HH 246

Renaissance and Reformation Literature, including Shakespeare

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519-884-8110 x28247
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STJ 1020

History of philosophy; Aristotelianism

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519-888-4567 x37505
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ML 229

Roman art, Classical art and architecture in the Renaissance

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519-885-0220 x24244
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CGR 1106

Christian congregational song and the subjective dimension of congregational participation in corporate worship

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Early Medieval archarology and society

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Chaucer, Middle English

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Faculty
519-884-8111 ext. 28255
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STJ SW 2016

Late medieval French criminal history

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Faculty
519-888-4567 x35010
Location: 
HH 153

Erasmus, Humanism, 16th century European intellectual history

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Faculty
519-888-4567x33410
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ML 243
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519-888-4567 x33050
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PAS 2013

Archaeology and forensics

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519-888-4567 x31079
Location: 
ECH 1107

Elizabethan England, Shakespeare

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519-884-8110 x28235
Location: 
STJ 3007

Italian Renaissance literature

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Faculty
519-888-4567 x32963
Location: 
HH 321

Ancient and medieval Philosophy

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Faculty (emeriti)
519-885-0220x24260
Location: 
CGR 2114

Early modern European religious and cultural history; Dutch Republic; Mennonite history

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Faculty
519-884-8110 x28307
Location: 
STJ PORT

St. John of the Cross, 16th-century Spanish mysticism

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Faculty
519-888-4567 x33394
Location: 
ML 335

French Renaissance literature

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Faculty
519-888-4567x31722
Location: 
ML 214

German medieval, gender, and literary studies

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Faculty
519-888-4567 x37724
Location: 
PAS 1088

Mediveal French language and literature; St. Francis of Assisi; Old French saints' lives; 14th-century manuscripts

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Faculty (emeriti)
519-888-4567 x33687
Location: 
ML 222

Medieval German

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Faculty

16th-century European church history

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Faculty; Faculty (emeriti)

Bible studies; history of interpretation

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Faculty

History of  Christianity

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Faculty
519-888-4567 x36795
Location: 
HH 266

Middle English poetics and historiography; Langland's Piers Plowman

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Faculty

Medieval Philosophy, Boethius, Albertus Magnus, and Thomas Aquinas

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Faculty
519-888-4567 x32855
Location: 
ML 230

Identity in the ancient world, Greek and Roman tragedy/comedy, Ancient Greek, Literature of the Neronian Age

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Bible studies

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Old English and Medieval literature

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