MGRE 3211 - Homer's Odyssey: Wanderings & Divine Interventions
|Contact:||Up to 2 hours per week|
|Available for Study Abroad and Exchange:||No|
|Available for Non-Award Study:||No|
|Pre-Requisite:||MGRE 2202 and MGRE 2211 or MGRE 2212 or convenor's approval|
|Assessment:||Essays; tests; tutorial presentation; tutorial participation|
Please note that Modern Greek is taught by Flinders University staff as part of an arrangement between the two Universities. Classes are held at the University of Adelaide North Terrace Campus. For detailed information on this course, please visit http://www.flinders.edu.au/webapps/stusys/index.cfm/topic/main, select 'MGRE' in the drop down menu and find the course by title. This topic examines Homer's epic poem The Odyssey. Through a variety of written and audio visual resources the epic genre will be examined, as well as the life and works of Homer. A number of themes will be explored, including some of the main characters (mortal and divine) in the work, notions of journey home, and the religious, social and political life of the Ancient Greek World. Elements of the Odyssey will be traced from ancient to contemporary contexts, through different literary texts and the visual arts.
Students will enrol and be invoiced for this course through Flinders University.
Course OutlineA Course Outline which includes Learning Outcomes, Learning Resources, Learning & Teaching for this course may be accessed here
Students will need to confirm Critical Dates with Flinders University.
|Enrolment Class: Lecture|
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