In two separate instances recently, I've heard faculty mention that they would like to see syllabi from courses like their own (see the comment posted on this blog by Robin Vose of St. Thomas University (Nova Scotia) firstname.lastname@example.org about medieval movie courses) or in areas of personal interest (as suggested to me by Danielle Joyner, one of our Notre Dame art historians).
I became curious about the availability of such resources and found a few places to start by Googling "medieval syllabi":
Sample Syllabi from ORB (On-line Reference Book for Medieval Studies)
Medieval Literature from Prof. Jack Lynch at Rutgers
Medieval Military History and the Crusades from De Re Militari.
History of Magic and the Occult from the Societas Magica's Syllabus Project
Medieval Era Jewish History from Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Syllabi Finder from the Center for History and New Media, George Mason University (described as: "Searching 1,046,372 syllabi at the Center for History and New Media and over 500,000 syllabi via Google"); putting in "medieval" as a keyword brought up an estimated 31,600 matches
Anyone else have some suggestions?