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ENGL 350     Medieval Drama and its Legacy  (4)

A study of the drama of late medieval and early modern England. The course will include selections from liturgical drama, the mystery cycles (from York, Chester, and Wakefield), morality plays and non-cycle drama (such as the Digby Mary Magdalene, Mankynde, Everyman), folk plays and farces (such as the Robin Hood plays), as well as early school and professional plays (such as Ralph Roister Doister, Gorbuduc, and Thomas of Woodstock). Prerequisite: One course in English with attribute GFWI.

Women's and Gender Studies

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...and social status. CLST 350 Women and Gender...women. Prerequisite: ECON 101 . ENGL 207 Women in...