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LIBS1870 - The Middle Ages and the Modern World: Facts and Fiction

Prerequisites
Corequisites
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Credits
Hours
None
None
 Distance 
3
42
Description
The course will provide students with an introduction to the impact that major cultural traditions of the Middle Ages have had on the modern world. The course will include myths, narratives, images, and other forms of representation from a variety of Western European national and religious traditions. Topics may include the study of kings, warriors, saints, knights, mystics, mythological heroes, and exotic beasts such as dragons.  It will also include examinations of medieval-themed material in modern popular culture, including fictional writing, movies, video games, businesses and historic sites, both online and offline.   No prior knowledge of medieval studies is required.  This course fits into the General Education theme - Arts in Society.
Equivalent To
LIBS1870 (100)
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After successfully completing this course, you may be eligible for exemption or credit transfer from the following course(s):
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 Section #  Component  Day  Time  Length  Start Date  End Date  Fee  Status [Submit By]
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           Internet Delivery  2020-09-08  2020-12-15 
   Add to Cart  Summary:  42 hours  2020-09-08  2020-12-15  $407.50  Available [2020-09-13]
     
 
  Notes Go to www.conestogac.on.ca/dl/ontariolearn for further details on getting started, textbook information, exam schedules, etc.  You will not have access to the course until the start date.