Introduction to Greek Mythology and Culture
Greek mythology is comprised of a wide collection of stories explaining the creation of the world, the lives of the gods and heroes, and the epic adventures of war. Despite being an idea of the past, this ancient mythology and culture has continued to exist in our lives today, often found in art and literature. The stories range from funny to interesting to bizarre to sad, sometimes all in one story. Each myth introduces a glimpse into ancient Greek life and how important these myths were back then.
OFFERED: Session I and Session II
FEE: $75 + $5 instructional materials fee
CLASS MATERIALS LIST: Contact instructor firstname.lastname@example.org with questions
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TIME: 1:00 - 1:50pm
MODE OF DELIVERY: Live Remote Instruction using Zoom and Google Classroom
- REQUIRED: Gmail account
INSTRUCTOR: Camille Franco is a recent graduate from San Francisco State University where she studied Liberal Studies and Classics. She greatly enjoys the mythology and the history of ancient Mediterranean civilizations and will explain any myth when asked.