HTY 433: Greek and Roman Mythology

Instructor: Brendon Reay

Days/Time: Tuesday and Thursday, 11:00 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

Course Number: 27474

Location: Stevens Hall 155

Description: The study of classical myths as the poetic expression of the Greek and Roman spirit, as the depiction of everything considered sacred, and as the embodiment of the basic patterns of the human psyche.  Discusses the major theories of myth.  Uses modern psychology and anthropology to show how the myths reveal secrets of our emotional, intellectual, and spiritual lives.

Prerequisites: Three credits in History or instructor permission.

General Education Requirements: This course does not satisfy any of the general education requirements.