MEDVL 6103

MEDVL 6103

Course information provided by the Courses of Study 2018-2019.

The Survey is designed to introduce students to characteristic genres and discourses of Medieval Latin. In Fall 2012, the focus will be on style (the genera dicendi), and its implications for audience and genre, from its foundations in classical rhetoric through Petrarch and Boccaccio. A basic foundation in Latin morphology, syntax, and vocabulary is assumed. Intermediate and advanced topics in post-Classical idioms and syntax will be treated as they arise, with the goal of improving the facility with which students approach, read, and, especially, understand Latin writings from the Middle Ages. Students in doubt about their readiness for this course should consult with the instructor.

When Offered Spring.

Comments Co-meets with LATIN 4213/MEDVL 4103.

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  • 17669MEDVL 6103  SEM 101