Medieval Europe 2, 1000-1500: Cathedrals, Knights, and Crusades



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Part 1. Cathedrals: Windows on the Gothic World

Week one


T Mar 25

Introduction: Three Emblems of the High Middle Ages
R Mar 27

The Agricultural and Commercial Revolutions of the High Middle Ages

Reading: Rosenwein, Short History of the Middle Ages, ch. 2: “The Expansion of Europe”

Reading: Scott, Gothic Enterprise, chs. 1-3 (pp. 1-64)

Response: Respond to readings with 2 substantial contributions on Carmen
Week two

T Apr 1


The Building of Cathedrals: Romanesque to Gothic

Reading: Scott, Gothic Enterprise, chs. 4-9 (pp. 65-143)

Reading: Abbot Suger (d. 1155): “On what was done in his administration” (Carmen)

Response: Respond to readings with 2 substantial contributions on Carmen
R Apr 3

MAP QUIZ

Medieval Cathedrals: Purposes, Uses, Meanings

Reading: Scott, Gothic Enterprise, chs. 10-12 (pp. 147-208)

Webpage: Explore—and be prepared to discuss—this great website of medieval English stained glass: http://www.cvma.ac.uk (for the link, go to CarmenContentWeblinks)
Week three

T Apr 8


The Expansion of Christendom: High Medieval Religion

Reading: Scott, Gothic Enterprise, chs. 13-15 and Conclusion (pp. 211-250)

Response: Respond to readings with 2 substantial contributions on Carmen

Reading Quiz: Scott, Gothic Enterprise



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