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Eric Bryan

Prof, asoc
English & Tech Communication
221 Humanities & Social Sciences
Rolla, MO 65409

573-341-4622 | bryane@mst.edu

English 3234: Myth & Folklore

This course traces the development of myth and folklore from Ancient Mesopotamia through nineteenth century Europe. Students will be challenged with three questions along the way: What do myth and folklore do? Why were they important to earlier societies? Is myth alive today?

Time/Day: Arranged
Prerequisites: English 1120 and one semester of college literature.
Units: 3
Course Component(s): Lecture

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Campus Delivery Mode Class Status Class Nbr Section
Main Online FULL 70918 101

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