Appalachian Folklore (ENG 288) - Fall 2012

ENG 288 Appalachian Folklore (3 cr.) Examines folk culture and material lore representative of the southern mountain region. Highlights the importance of ballad, music, humor, and song associated with mountain life and demonstrates the legacy of folktale, legends, superstitions, and traditional storytelling found in these highlands. Includes the study of games, riddles, proverbs, customs, and rituals, beliefs and identifies handicrafts, structures, and art typical of this distinctive region. Involves field collections and critical reading and writing. Prerequisite: ENG 112 or divisional approval. Lecture 3 hours per week.
CLS#
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40744 (Use this number to enroll at myCVCC)
Term
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Fall 2012
Subject
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English
Course
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Appalachian Folklore (ENG 288)
Section
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01MA
Book
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Session
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Regular (16 week)
Delivery Mode
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Regular Lecture
Credits
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3
Room, Day, Time & Instructor
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 Merritt Hall 5209
R
7:00 - 9:40 PM  
Bette-Jeanne Moodie
Location
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Main Campus
Enrollment
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Currently 8 of 22.
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