FOLKLORE & MYTHOLOGY

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Undergraduate Minor in Folklore and Mythology
The undergraduate minor in Folklore and Mythology is a program based in Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures. Our program introduces students to the role that folk culture plays in society and in its artistic and literary traditions. Students study the folklore and mythology of the cultures represented in the department (Ancient Rome and Greece, China, France and the French-speaking world, Germany, Japan, and Russia) as part of their core courses. They also may take related courses in other departments, including Anthropology, Appalachian Studies, English, Linguistics, African American and Africana Studies, Latin American Studies, History, Merchandising, Music, Apparel and Textiles, and Gender and Women's Studies.
For more information, contact:             mailing address:
Prof. James A. Francis                      Department of Modern & Classical Languages Literatures & Cultures
j.francis@uky.edu                             1055 Patterson Office Tower - University of Kentucky
1475 Patterson Office Tower              Lexington  KY  40506-0027                                                  
                                                     
                                            

The following members of the Folklore & Mythology faculty have interest and expertise in these areas:

Intersection among folk literature, experimental art, and propaganda and popular culture
in modern China: Liang Luo
Power and the body, sex and violence, spirits of the nights, sexual politics, plantation world, slavery,
colonialism in former French colonies from the Caribbean and West Africa: Jacqueline Couti
Rituals and Celebrations: Jeanmarie Rouhier-Willoughby

 

Officers of the Department of Modern & Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures are:

Contact:
1055 Patterson Office Tower
University of Kentucky
Lexington KY 40506-0027
ph: 859-257-3761
fax: 859-257-3743

 

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