Classical Studies | Classical Mythoology
C205 | 11646 | Nagle, B


C205    Classical Mythology               B.R. Nagle

In this introduction to classical mythology, students will become
familiar with the ancient (mostly Greek) stories about gods and
heroes.  Students should expect to finish this course with an
appreciation for the use made of these by ancient writers and visual
artists, and with the preparation needed to recognize and enjoy other
versions of these myths or allusions to them.

Text:   Mark P.O. Morford,  Robert J. Lenardon, and Michael Sham,
Classical Mythology (Oxford 2011; 9th ed.)

Requirements and Grading:    Three multiple-choice tests, each
covering approximately one-third of the course material and each
counting for one-third of the course grade.