Folklore
College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Rotation of Folklore Courses

The usual rotation of folklore, mythology, and ethnography courses in the Department of English:

Courses Taught Every Year

ENGH 315

Introduction to Folklore and Folklife: several sections a year (Fraser, Gatling)

ENGH 387
Writing Ethnography: one section a year (Lattanzi Shutika, Gatling)

ENGH 337
Special Topics in Mythology and Literature: one section a year (Lattanzi Shutika, Fraser)

ENGH 412
Special Topics in Folklore: Gender, Latin American Folklore, Appalachian Folklore, and more: at least one section a year (Lattanzi Shutika, Fraser, Gatling)

ENGH 591
Special Topics in Folklore: Traditional Narrative and Storytelling, Bodylore, Sense of Place, and more: one section a year (graduate level, with undergraduates admitted by permission of instructor) (Lattanzi Shutika, Fraser, Gatling)

Courses Usually Taught Every Two Years

ENGH 414 / ENGL 591
Folklore of the Spirit World (Gatling)

Courses Usually Taught Every Three Years                                                                                                                                                                  

ENGH 590
Personal Experience Narrative (Gatling)

ENGH 591
Cultural Tourism (Fraser)

ENGH 591
Ethnography of Communication (Gatling)

ENGH 681
Pathways to Folklore Scholarship (Lattanzi Shutika)

ENGH 681
Sense of Place (Lattanzi Shutika)

ENGH 681
Bodylore (Lattanzi Shutika)

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