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Classics 10 Greek, Roman, and Near Eastern Mythology Summer Session II Wellman 126 Dr. Shennan Hutton TWR 12:10-1:50 [email protected] Office Hours: Tues., 2-3pm & Wed., 2-4pm Office: 164 Kerr THEMES AND GOALS This course introduces the major myths of the ancient Mediterranean world: traditional stories about creation, tales of the Olympian goddesses and gods, myths of fertility and encounters with the underworld, and legends of heroes including Gilgamesh, Hercules, Theseus, Jason, Achilles, Odysseus, and Aeneas. The class emphasizes common themes and motifs in myths, and their origins and development. It also features the ways in which myth is related to culture, society and history, and the persistence and adaptation of ancient myths into the present day. REQUIRED TEXT Barry B. Powell, Classical Myth , 8 th edition (Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2012). ISBN 9780321967046. You may use 5 th , 6 th , 7 th or 8 th edition. Buy a used book online. **You will need to purchase three scantron sheets: UCD 2000. All handouts and lecture powerpoints are posted on the course smartsite: : class website: CLA 010 021 SS2 2015 REQUIREMENTS Course grades will be based on the following tests: Participation & Classwork 10% Test #1, Thurs., 8/13 30% Test #2, Thurs., 8/27 30% Final Exam, Thurs., 9/10
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