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CLAS 254 Ancient Greek Myth and Religion

Faculty: Kugler
Content: Survey of ancient Greek myth and religion. Using a wide range of literary and visual sources from the archaeological record, examines the function and uses of myth; its relationship to religion, daily life, history, and cultural norms; religious ritual and function; the particularity of myth to a given locale; and the interpretation of myth and its methodologies. Required for students scheduled to participate in the Greece overseas program. Additional seats available for non-program participants by instructor consent.
Prerequisites: None.
Usually offered: Alternate Years, spring semester.
Semester credits: 4.