J.M. Claassen


The Department of Classics at U.C.T. has introduced a one semester course on Greek
Mythology which is aimed at students from any faculty. The course, entitled, "Ancient
Mythology" (CLA209F) covers theories on the origins of myth, the most common stories,
and the continued influence of myth in modern life, literature and art. It is open to anyone
in any faculty, post-first year. Faculties differ, but it offers two credit points towards
degrees in the Faculties of Social Science and Humanities.

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