CH138 God and Things
CH 138: Of God and Things: Materiality and Christian Practice in the Middle Ages
What can objects - treasure, relics, books and beads - teach us about Christian devotion and theology? How can material objects serve as sources of Christian history? How does contemporary scholarship on material objects relate to medieval Christian discourse and practices involving material objects? This course – during which we shall make use of the outstanding resources of New York's museums to examine together particular objects - will provide an introduction to the study of material cultures in the study of medieval church history.
Prof. Andrew Irving. 1 credit.
Summer (Trinity) 2014: Monday, June 9 - Wednesday, June 11, 2014. 10:00am - 3:00pm
If this is the first course you are registering for in the Summer (Trinity) 2014 term, please add a non-refundable $100 Academic Fee. If you have already registered for a course this term, you do not need to add the Fee. Please note that if you are selecting courses over several terms, you will need to pay the Academic Fee once in each term.