Courses in 2020-21

Nota Bene: The Centre for Medieval Studies will be offering a full year of courses in the Fall and Spring terms of 2020-2021. Because of prevailing circumstances there might be changes to delivery mode. Such changes to course offerings will be communicated here as soon as possible.

The sessional dates for 2020-21 can be seen on the website of the School of Graduate Studies (SGS).

CMS Course Timetable for 2020-21 can be found here. The preliminary Course List for 2020-2021 can be found below.

It will be possible to enrol into courses from July 15th onward.

To enrol in a course on ROSI, provide the course code in a format without spaces, and with an additional Y (for full-year courses) or H (for half courses), following the examples below:

  • MST1000Y
  • MST1101H

In addition to those courses offered by the Centre for Medieval Studies, students may enrol in courses offered by other departments relating to the Middle Ages. Approved courses from other departments are cross-listed below (but the list is not yet complete); other relevant courses not listed here may be taken in consultation with the Associate Director or the PhD Co-ordinator. NB: Course offerings are subject to change. All details concerning course offerings cross-listed from other departments should be checked with the relevant academic department as changes can occur which may not be reflected in our listing. 

  • Staff indicates that the course is team-taught, or rotates among various faculty members.
  • Y and L indicate full-year courses.
  • F and S indicate half-year courses taught, respectively, in the fall and spring terms.
  • H indicates half-year courses.

Please refer to the calendar of the School of Graduate Studies for information about regulations.

COURSES OFFERED BY CMS

Course Instructor Day/Time Location Term Delivery Mode
MST 1000Y.      Medieval Latin C. O’Hogan M-F 1-2 pm LI301 Fall & Spring
MST 1001Y.      Medieval Latin II A. Andrée (F)

S. Ghosh (S)

M-F 1-2 pm LI 310 Fall & Spring
MST 1003Y.  Professional Development for Medieval Studies PhDs S. Ghosh F 11–1 pm LI 310 Fall & Spring
MST 1020H.                The Medieval Latin Epic C. O’Hogan M 3-5 LI 310 Fall
MST 1022H Transmission and Reception: The Survival and Use of the Latin Classics A. Andrée T 10-12 LI 310 Fall
MST1101H                       Codicology C. O’Hogan M 10-12 LI310 Spring
MST 1102H      Practical Palaeography J. Haines R 11-1 LI 301 Spring
MST 1105H            Latin Palaeography II G. Dinkova Bruun T 10-12 PIMS ‘L’ Spring
MST 1384H.          Exeter Book of Old English Verse A. Walton R 2-4 LI 301 Spring
MST 2010H                Old Norse R. Getz F 9-11 LI 301 Fall
MST 2037H  Legendary History of Britain and Ireland B. Miles F2-4 LI 103 Fall
MST 2040H Beginnings of Medieval Rhetoric and Poetics J. Ross T 2-4 LI 301 Fall
MST 2051H          Middle Welsh B. Miles W 11-1 LI 301 Spring
MST 3021H.      Boethius J. Magee M 10-12 LI 301 Fall
MST 3123H.            Intro to Medieval Medicine N. Everett R 10-12 LI301 Fall
MST 3150H.    Medieval French Epic: Kings and Heroes D. Kullmann R 2-4 LI 301 Fall
MST 3164H      Medieval French Romance: The Grail D. Kullmann W 11-1 LI 103 Spring
MST 3231H.            Clio’s Workshop; Intro to Historical Methods S. Ghosh W 2-4 LI310 Spring
MST 3237H.            Rules and Customaries I. Cochelin T 2-4 LI 310 Spring
MST 3301H.        Themes in Medieval Philosophy P. King M 2-4 LI 301 Spring
MST 3346H.    Medieval Islamic Philosophy D. Black W 10-12 LI 301 Fall
MST 3501H            Intro to Medieval Christian Liturgy J. Haines R 11-1 LI 310 Fall
 MST 3602H.          Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages Y. Iglesias W 2-4 LI 310 Fall
MST 9310F.      Directed Reading Staff N/A N/A Fall
MST 9310S        Directed Reading Staff N/A N/A Spring
MST 9310Y.      Directed Reading Staff N/A N/A Year
MST 9315F       Directed Reading Staff N/A N/A Fall
MST 9315S        Directed Reading Staff N/A N/A Spring

 

COURSES IN OTHER DEPARTMENTS (incomplete list; will be completed shortly)

 

Art History
FAH 1123HS    Art of the Medieval Book A. Cohen W10-1. Please check with department for details on availability
Book History and Print Culture (Collaborative Program)
BKS 1001F Introduction to Book History   Please check with department for details
BKS 1002S    Book History in Practice   Please check with department for details
BKS 2000H Advanced Seminar in Book History and Print Culture   Please check with department for details
BKS 2001H Practicum in Book History and Print Culture   Please check with department for details
Classical Studies
Comparative Literature
 East Asian Studies
 English
ENG 1001HF      Old English I D. Klausner W10-1pm. Please check with department for details
French Language and Literature
FRE 1164F Initiation à l’ancien français D. Kullmann M11-1pm. Please check with department for details
 Germanic Languages and Literature
GER 6000F Reading German for Graduate Students F2-4pm. Please check with department for details
GER 6000S Reading German for Graduate Students F2-4pm. Please check with department for details
 History
HIS 1213F Institutes of Perfection I. Cochelin T2-4. Please check with department for further details
HIS 1221S  Topics in Early Modern European Social History N. Terpstra Please check with department for details
Italian Studies
ITA 1200.    Dante E. Brilli Please check with department for details
 

Near and Middle Eastern Civilization

Religious Studies
 Slavic Languages and Literatures
Toronto School of Theology

Location Key

AH
Alumni Hall, 121 St Joseph Street
BC
Birge–Carnegie Library, 75a Queen’s Park
BF
Bancroft Building, 4 Bancroft Avenue
BT
Comparative Literature Seminar Room, Isabel Bader Theatre 93 Charles Street West, 3rd floor
CR
Carr Hall, 100 St Joseph Street
EJ
Music Library, Edward Johnson Building, 80 Queen’s Park
IN
Innis College, 2 Sussex Avenue
JH
Jackman Humanities Building, 170 St George Street
KL
PIMS Library, J.M. Kelly Library, 113 St Joseph Street, 4th floor
LA
Gerald Larkin Building, 15 Devonshire Place
LI
Lillian Massey Building, 125 Queen’s Park, 3rd floor (SE corner of Bloor Street & Queen’s Park)
MA
Colin Friesen Room, Massey College, 4 Devonshire Place
NF
Northrop Frye Hall, 73 Queen’s Park Crescent East
OH
Odette Hall, 50 St Joseph Street
PI
Pontifical Institute of Mediæval Studies (PIMS), 59 Queen’s Park Crescent East
PR
E.J. Pratt Library, 71 Queen’s Park Crescent East
RB
Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, 120 St George Street
RL
Robarts Library, Dictionary of Old English, Room 14284, 14th floor, 130 St George Street
SS
Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St George Street
TC
Trinity College, 6 Hoskin Avenue
TF
Teefy Hall, 57 Queen’s Park Crescent East
UC
University College, 12 King’s College Circle
VC
Victoria College, 73 Queen’s Park Crescent East
WI
Wilson Hall, New College, 40 Willcocks Street