Courses: Legends of Arthur (ENGLH205A01)

Fall 2008

An exploration of the Arthurian legend, from its earliest versions to most recent retellings. The tradition of Arthurian tales is complex and various, combining Celtic and Christian mythologies. Sometimes called the "matter of Britain" the Arthurian narrative has been critical in establishing national and ethnic identities ever since the Middle Ages. Medival notions of chivalry and courtly love also raise fascinating questions about the conflict between personal and private morality, and about the construction of both identity and gender.

Prerequisites: Freshman Writing

Fulfills: HU III


English (Web site)

Taught By

Maud McInerney (Profile)


Haverford, Hall 007

Meeting Times

TTh 2:30-4:00