World Folk Literature (LITR 380)
A study of traditional oral literature and folklore from around the world, including ancient mythologies, legends, tall tales and fairy tales from Europe, Native America, Africa, India, the Middle and Far East. The origins of folk literature and folklore, their dissemination, their social and psychological implications, and their place in the modern world will all be explored. Students with credit for LITR 380 cannot take LITR 580. This course meets General Education requirements: Cultural Enrichment, Global Consciousness and Writing Intensive Requirement. Pre-Requisites:ENGL 250. Typically Offered On Demand
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