ITA332H1: Love in the Renaissance

Hours: 
24L

An exploration of the theme of love in the Renaissance and its development in a variety of literary forms. Analysis of treatises, poetry, short stories and letters with the purpose of examining intertextuality and the practice of imitation, as well as the social and political aspects of love, such as marriage, women's position in society, pornography, homosexuality and other issues. This course includes a component designed to enhance students' research experience. (Given in English)

Distribution Requirements: 
Humanities
Breadth Requirements: 
Creative and Cultural Representations (1)