FG220 - Myth & Meaning

Religion and myth of ancient Greece and Rome in relation to that of the ancient Mediterranean (Akkadian, Hittite, Sumerian, Egyptian). Female presence in art, literature and religion compared to treatment of women in their respective cultures. Theoretical approaches to the understanding of myth (Comparative, Jungian, Structuralist) in relation to myths as they are encoded in their specific cultures. Students may trace a myth through Medieval, Renaissance and modern transformations in art, music, poetry and film, or study myth in other cultures (e.g. Norse and Celtic). May meet either the Critical Perspectives: Global Cultures or Social Inequality requirement.

1 unit — Dobson


Term Block Title Instructor Location Student Limit/Available Updated
Fall 2023 Block 3 Myth & Meaning Marcia Dobson Armstrong Hall 256A 25 / 9 06/18/2024
Spring 2025 Block 7 Myth & Meaning Marcia Dobson TBA 25 / 25 06/18/2024
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