Classics 280gp:

Classical Mythology in Art and Literature (4.0 units)

Classical Greek and Roman mythology as inspiration for literature, art, music, and film in various historical contexts.
  • General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
  • Note: Classical Greek and Roman mythology as inspiration for literature, art, music and film in various historical and cultural contexts.
SectionSessionTypeTimeDaysRegisteredInstructorLocationSyllabusInfo
19810R001Lecture12:30-1:50pmTue, Thu49 of 82Susan LapeGFS116notesession dates
19811R001Discussion8:00-8:50amFriday6 of 25Madeline ThayerVKC160session dates
19812R001Discussion9:00-9:50amFriday7 of 25Madeline ThayerVKC160session dates
19815R001Discussion9:00-9:50amFriday3 of 25Russell PascatoreTHH110session dates
19816R001Discussion10:00-10:50amFriday13 of 19Russell PascatoreVKC160session dates
19817R001Discussion9:00-9:50amFriday7 of 25Emily BrownVKC205session dates
19818R001Discussion10:00-10:50amFriday13 of 25Emily BrownVKC205session dates
Information accurate as of October 3, 2018 10:51 am.
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