Description
This course explores the history and culture of early medieval England, from c.500 through the eleventh century-an era traditionally known as the Anglo-Saxon period. Themes may include invasion and conquest; kingship and government; art, archaeology, and manuscript production; Old English language and literature; and religious history, notably the development of Christian practices and institutions in the British Isles. The course will be structured around student discussion, research, and writing. (Offered every other year.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Capacities, The Capacities