The Medieval and
Renaissance period has a profound impact on our current culture’s literature,
philosophy, art, religion and politics. Studying the ideas of the
medieval and Renaissance period gives us a clearer understanding of our present
world, which is dominated by that culture’s institutions. The faculty in the
Medieval and Renaissance Studies program come from a variety of disciplines
including Art History, Classics and Religious
Studies, English, Foreign
Languages, History, Music History, and Theatre. The Medieval and Renaissance
Studies Program offers an undergraduate major and minor and a graduate minor.
The program sponsors a lecture series with both guest speakers and
presentations form University of Nebraska faculty and students. The
program also sponsors an undergraduate contest for both research essays and
creative projects and the Robert Knoll graduate award for the best research
essay. The final event of each academic year is a celebration of student
Contributions to this fund support the greatest needs of the department and projects as they arise.
There are currently no other funds available in this area.
For more information, please contact:
Amber Antholz Senior Director of Development 402-458-1182 direct 800-432-3216 toll freeE-mail
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