Shaping our future by understanding our past
At Calvin, we shape the future by understanding our past. This unique, interdisciplinary program will immerse you in the life and culture of the middle ages. Come explore the intricacies of medieval society and how it continues to influence modern art, science, politics, culture, and faith to this day.
Take advantage of Calvin’s diverse learning opportunities. As a medieval studies minor you can live and study in ancient cities on an off-campus program, go on class field trips, and take a designated medieval studies interim class.
This minor can be taken with any major, but it would make an especially good pairing for students majoring in fields such as history, literature, classics, religion, art history, or music. A medieval studies minor can also be useful preparation if you are considering graduate study in the humanities.
If you are interested in becoming a medieval studies minor, consult a member of the medieval studies minor committee for advising on course selections.
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Calvin College student named Lilly Graduate Fellow
Aaron Abma, a philosophy and physics double major, is one of ten students selected in 2017 as a Lilly Graduate Fellow.
News & Stories, May 24, 2017
Calvin College observes 500th anniversary of the Reformation
A series of events have been planned to commemorate the milestone year.
News & Stories, March 8, 2017
Professor dives deep into history of rare manuscript
Meeter Center houses medieval document that is worth $70,000.
News & Stories, October 12, 2015