Spring Semester 2010 - Credit Courses

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 Course TitleCredDaysTimeRoomSeats
LIT_286GH_1Comparative Mythology
Meets: 1/22/2010-4/15/2010
Note: This course is for Bali students only.
3crF4:30PM-7:30PMAT 20216C Auge

Comparative Mythology

Comparative mythology examines the fundamental principles and motifs present in mythologies from around the world. Students in this course will study eight mythic types: the mono-myth; shamanism; the concept of feminine and masculine principles; the four functions of mythology and mythological symbolism. Each of these components will be examined through myths from Egyptian, Asian, African, Norse, European, Celtic and Indigenous North and South American traditions.

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