ENGL 370: Folklore and the Fairy Tale
This class will explore archetypal stories (some familiar, some new) involving tricksters, witches, and violent men—some classics of European and African tradition as well as adaptations and modernizations by contemporary writers such as Angela Carter and Jasmine Sawers. In groups, the class will create their own adaptations of a fairy tale.
January 17, 2023 - May 4, 2023
Tuesday/Thursday 10:50 a.m. - 12:05 p.m.
Fine Arts Building (FA) Room 255
Prof. Kristen Over, firstname.lastname@example.org
A member of the English Department for nearly twenty years, Kristen Over teaches a variety of courses in British and American literatures and cultures that cover material from the 8th through the 21st centuries. She has written about colonialism and identity formation in medieval England and Wales, the figure of King Arthur and the role of myth in British history, and most recently about inherited white supremacy in Faulkner's fiction and non-fiction.
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