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syllabus - CLASSICS 40 GREEK MYTHOLOGY Winter 2009 An...

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CLASSICS 40 GREEK MYTHOLOGY Winter 2009 An introduction to the principal myths of ancient Greece, and to the ways in which these myths construct understanding of the universe, society, gender and culture. Lectures will discuss the assigned readings and present new material, while sections will encourage discussion and allow fuller exploration of ideas and issues. Evaluation will be based upon a midterm exam, a final exam and essay, and performance in section. Time: MWF 9:00-9:50 am Place: IV Theater 1 Instructor: Prof. Francis Dunn Discussion sections: Section 1: Wed, 5-5:50 pm Arts 1251 07328 Section 2: Tues, 8-8:50 am HSSB 1223 07336 Section 3: Wed, 3-3:50 pm Arts 1247 07344 Section 4: Thur, 4-4:50 pm North 1109 07351 Section 5: Tues, 8-8:50 am HSSB 1215 07369 Section 6: Thurs, 8-8:50 am Phelps 1260 07377 Section 7: Fri, 11-11:50 am Girvetz 2116 07385 Section 8: Fri, 11-11:50 am Phelps 3523 07393 Section 9: Wed, 1-1:50 pm Arts 1251 07401 Section 10: Fri, 12-12:50 pm Phelps 3519 07419 Section 11: Fri, 12-12:50 pm Phelps 1508 07427 Section 12: Fri, 11-11:50 am Phelps 1508 07435 Section 13: Wed, 5-5:50 pm Arts 1247 07443 Section 14: Thur, 8-8:50 am HSSB 1224 07450 Section 15: Thur, 8-8:50 am HSSB 1223 07468 Section 16: Wed, 6-6:50 pm Phelps 1448 07476 Section 17: Tues, 6-6:50 pm HSSB 1231 07484 Office Hours Francis Dunn: Mondays, 3 - 5 pm, or by appointment 4050 HSSB 893-4202; [email protected] Teaching Assistants: to be announced
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Required Texts Hesiod, Theogony and Works and Days (tr. Athanassakis)
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