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CLASS 241: Greek and Roman Myth

For the Greeks and Romans myth was a cultural reality, just as it is for us. Students in this course read the famous tales told by the poets Homer, Hesiod, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Vergil, and Ovid, and ponder the deeper truths contained in their works of fiction. The class also explores the use of classical myth in later literature and its manifestations in art, music, and drama from ancient to modern times. Offered annually. Counts toward ancient studies, classics, Greek, and Latin majors.

Ancient Studies

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...World CLASS 241 Greek and Roman Myth CLASS 243 The Golden Age of Greece CLASS...

Computer Science

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...three "second courses" ( CSCI 241 , CSCI 251 , and...and EIN. See the Class and Lab Schedule...

Management Studies

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...Topics in Chinese CSCI 241 Hardware Design CSCI...SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture...

Nursing

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...Psychology 1.00 PSYCH 241 Developmental Psychology 1...SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...intersections of gender, race, class, sexual orientation, nationality...Cultural Context (abroad) PSYCH 241 Developmental Psychology REL...