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Dragons, Knight, Ladies

The staple of many of our favorite fairy tales and Disney movies!But what are dragons really like? What are knights supposed to doand do they always act as they should? And what is the role ofwomen in all of this? These are some of the questions we willdiscuss in IHENG 195: Imagine Dragons, Knights, and Ladies. Wewill begin with early works preceding the development of theconcepts of knighthood, chivalry, and courtly love-for examplethe early epic poem Beowulf-then transition to later medievalworks increasingly concerned with questions of individuality andgender.

Section: IHENG-195-02
Credits: 4
Faculty: Meriem Pages
Days: TR
Times: 12:00PM‑1:45PM (TR)
Start/End Date: 08/29/22 - 12/16/22
Instruction Method: Lecture-based Learning
Comments: The staple of many of our favorite fairy tales and Disney movies!But what are dragons really like? What are knights supposed to doand do they always act as they should? And what is the role ofwomen in all of this? These are some of the questions we willdiscuss in IHENG 195: Imagine Dragons, Knights, and Ladies. Wewill begin with early works preceding the development of theconcepts of knighthood, chivalry, and courtly love-for examplethe early epic poem Beowulf-then transition to later medievalworks increasingly concerned with questions of individuality andgender.

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