Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Administrative Information

Program Director: Prof. Alan Stewart, 617 Philosophy; 854-6420;

Program Administrator: Nicole Sebring, 602 Philosophy;

Executive Committee of the Interdepartmental Committee on Medieval & Renaissance Studies

Alan Stewart (English and Comparative Literature, chair)
Christopher Baswell (English and Comparative Literature)
Susan Boynton (Music)
Consuelo Dutschke (Rare Book and Manuscript Library)
Carmela Franklin (Classics)
Matthew Jones (History)
Holger Klein (Art History)
Adam Kosto (History)
Christia Mercer (Philosophy)
Jesus Rodriguez-Velasco (Latin American and Iberian Cultures)
Pamela Smith (History)

Medieval and Renaissance Studies is an interdisciplinary program in which a student combines a concentration in medieval or Renaissance civilization with a program in one of the following departments: Art History and Archaeology, Classics, English and Comparative Literature, French and Romance Philology, Germanic Languages, History, Italian, Music, Philosophy, Religion or Latin American and Iberian Cultures.