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Explores types of folk narratives such as mythology, folktale, fairy tale, legend, family narrative, personal narrative. Focuses on tales from around the world. Considers aspects of storytelling such as storytelling as performance, storytelling as therapeutic modality, and storytelling during crises and conflicts.
Equivalent to ENGL 590 (2010-2011 Catalog)
May be repeated for a maximum of 9 credits when topic is different.
From the Schedule of Classes