Medieval History Schools in The South - 2022 Ranking

In 2022, we have evaluated 11 schools offering medieval and renaissance studies majors in District of Columbia, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.

Our team ranks Texas Tech University (Lubbock, TX), Duke University (Durham, NC), and Rice University (Houston, TX) the top three medieval history schools in the South.

See the best 11 medieval history schools and colleges in the South below or narrow your search by program, state, or city in the South.

Top 11 medieval history schools in the South:

Texas Tech University - History School Ranking
1. Texas Tech University

Lubbock, TX, 1 medieval history program

Duke University - History School Ranking
2. Duke University

Durham, NC, 2 medieval history programs

Rice University - History School Ranking
3. Rice University

Houston, TX, 2 medieval history programs

Washington and Lee University - History School Ranking
4. Washington and Lee University

Lexington, VA, 1 medieval history program

Tulane University of Louisiana - History School Ranking
5. Tulane University of Louisiana

New Orleans, LA, 2 medieval history programs

Georgetown University - History School Ranking
6. Georgetown University

Washington, DC, 1 medieval history program

Southern Methodist University - History School Ranking
7. Southern Methodist University

Dallas, TX, 2 medieval history programs

The University of Tennessee Knoxville - History School Ranking
8. The University of Tennessee Knoxville

Knoxville, TN, 1 medieval history program

The University of The South - History School Ranking
9. The University of the South

Sewanee, TN, 1 medieval history program

The Catholic University of America - History School Ranking
10. The Catholic University of America

Washington, DC, 4 medieval history programs

University of Louisville - History School Ranking
11. University of Louisville

Louisville, KY, 1 medieval history program

Medieval & renaissance history schools in the South by state:

Schools by StateNo Medieval History Schools in AlabamaNo Medieval History Schools in ArkansasNo Medieval History Schools in DelawareNo Medieval History Schools in FloridaNo Medieval History Schools in Georgia1 Medieval History Schools in Kentucky1 Medieval History Schools in LouisianaNo Medieval History Schools in MarylandNo Medieval History Schools in Mississippi1 Medieval History Schools in North CarolinaNo Medieval History Schools in OklahomaNo Medieval History Schools in South Carolina2 Medieval History Schools in Tennessee3 Medieval History Schools in Texas1 Medieval History Schools in Virginia2 Medieval History Schools in District of ColumbiaNo Medieval History Schools in West Virginia

Medieval history schools in other regions:

Northeast: 22 schools
Midwest: 16 schools
West: 7 schools

Popular history school cities in the South:

in Alabama:
Auburn: 1 school
Birmingham: 3 schools
Tuscaloosa: 2 schools
in Arkansas:
Fayetteville: 1 school
in Delaware:
Newark: 1 school
in District of Columbia:
Washington: 8 schools
in Florida:
Gainesville: 1 school
Jacksonville: 2 schools
Miami: 2 schools
Orlando: 1 school
Pensacola: 1 school
Tallahassee: 2 schools
Tampa: 2 schools
in Georgia:
Athens: 1 school
Atlanta: 7 schools
Dahlonega: 1 school
Kennesaw: 1 school
Statesboro: 1 school
in Kentucky:
Bowling Green: 1 school
Lexington: 2 schools
Louisville: 2 schools
in Louisiana:
Baton Rouge: 2 schools
New Orleans: 6 schools
in Maryland:
Adelphi: 1 school
Annapolis: 1 school
Baltimore: 8 schools
College Park: 1 school
Towson: 1 school
in Mississippi:
Hattiesburg: 2 schools
Starkville: 1 school
in North Carolina:
Boone: 1 school
Chapel Hill: 1 school
Charlotte: 3 schools
Cullowhee: 1 school
Durham: 2 schools
Greensboro: 4 schools
Greenville: 1 school
Raleigh: 3 schools
Wilmington: 1 school
Winston Salem: 3 schools
in Oklahoma:
Edmond: 2 schools
Norman: 1 school
in Puerto Rico:
San Juan: 4 schools
in South Carolina:
Charleston: 3 schools
Clemson: 1 school
Columbia: 3 schools
in Tennessee:
Johnson City: 1 school
Knoxville: 2 schools
Memphis: 4 schools
Murfreesboro: 1 school
Nashville: 6 schools
in Texas:
Arlington: 1 school
Austin: 5 schools
College Station: 1 school
Denton: 2 schools
Edinburg: 1 school
El Paso: 1 school
Houston: 8 schools
Huntsville: 1 school
Lubbock: 2 schools
San Antonio: 9 schools
San Marcos: 1 school
Waco: 1 school
in Virginia:
Blacksburg: 1 school
Charlottesville: 1 school
Fairfax: 1 school
Fredericksburg: 1 school
Harrisonburg: 2 schools
Lexington: 2 schools
Lynchburg: 3 schools
Norfolk: 2 schools
Richmond: 3 schools
Williamsburg: 1 school
in West Virginia:
Charles Town: 1 school
Morgantown: 1 school © 2022 · Home · Terms of Use · Methodology