Fall 2022 - HUM 332 B100
Mythology in Context (4)
Class Number: 6243
Delivery Method: In Person
A detailed interdisciplinary study of the role of mythology within a particular culture or tradition. Breadth-Humanities.
HUM 332-4 Mythology in Context: Mythologizing Law
Note: As part of the course requirements, the "online" component of this class will consist of weekly meetings in pairs by Zoom or in-person with the instructor.
- Participation 20%
- Assignments (4 X 500 words) 20%
- Paper One (5 pages) 20%
- Paper Two (5 pages) 20%
- Final Exam (90 minutes) 20%
Euripides I. The University of Chicago Press. 2013.
Sophocles I. The University of Chicago Press. 2013.
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