Schedules of Classes

Schedule for Summer 2017, Global Campus, HUMANITY

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Notes Sec SLN Cr Days & Times Bldg & Room Dates Instructor Limit Enrolled
HUMANITY 103 [HUM] Mythology
01 03655 3 ARRGT ARR ARR May 08--Jul 28 A May 50 44
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V 02 04013 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jun 19--Jul 28 L Benedict 30 19
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HUMANITY 130 [HUM] Global Literature in Translation
VX 01 02559 3 ARRGT ARR ARR Jun 19--Jul 28 J Hughes 40 10
  NORSE MYTHOLOGY A seminar in stories of the Norsemen who have had a broad influence on the English world and language. Scandinavia influenced the English language greatly in the years before the Norman Conquest in 1066. Anglo-Saxon language and literature show heavy influences of Scandinavian in stories ranging from Beowulf to the Lord of the Rings. The Norse Mythology seminar seeks to acquaint the students with a completely different configuration of societal values and allow them to compare their own va
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