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CLST 203 - Myth and Religion (W)

This course will examine Greco-Roman concepts of the supernatural and humanity’s relationship to it. Students will learn the basic ancient myths, the meaning and social function of myth and ritual, and how these myths were engaged with and understood in lived experience of ancient persons and subsequent ancient literary works.

ASSESSMENT:  In-class tests and short written assignments, spaced evenly throughout the term.​
TEXTBOOK(S):  Classical Mythology (6th ed.).  Stephen Harris, Gloria Platzner.   McGraw-Hill Education
INSTRUCTOR:  Callie Callon

PREREQUISITE:  Level 2 or above.