ENDI 1330 - Arthurian Legends: Representations of Leadership, Romance, National Identity, and Spiritual Quest
A study of the numerous stories generated about King Arthur, Queen Guinevere and their legendary court, examining why retellings of these works are still relevant today. Examines how and why various versions of these stories originated in different cultures at different times. Earlier cultural contexts of Europe and the Middle East, in terms of religion, national identity and construction of gender are addressed as are modern contexts that provide multiple interpretations of these materials. Springs. (PPDI)
*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.