Classics - Classical Myth

University College Dublin

 

Course Name Classics - Classical Myth
Course Provider University College Dublin
Course Code GRC10140
Course Type Lifelong Learning
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Attendance Options Part time
Location (Districts) Belfield
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Course Fee Fees 2019-20

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Course Content

Expand+Spring 2020: Semester 2

GRC10140 Classical Myth: An Introduction
Academic Year 2019/2020

This module will introduce students to key figures and themes in Greek mythology by examining their roles in ancient literature, art and culture. Students...

Subjects Taught Indicative Module Content:
Lecture topics:
1. Introduction and overview. What is ‘mythology’?
2. Creation and Theogony
3. The gods and their domains
4. The Olympian gods
5. Mortals and gods
6. Death and mortality
7. Demigods and heroes: Heracles
8. Panhellenic myth: The Trojan War
9. Heroes, hero cult and the city state
10. Theseus and Athens
11. The Theban Cycle
Number of Credits 5
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