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Botanical Folklore: Plants in Myths and Legends

Average rating: 5.0Number of reviews: (2)
Completed by 14 learners
This is a one-time class on the myths, legends, and ancient histories dealing with flowers, herbs, and trees.
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Class Experience

This class is taught in English.
Students will improve their knowledge of plants mythology and have a basis for seasonal planting.
I am a historical researcher and teacher with an M.A. in Early European History. I've been teaching on medieval history and science for four years. Additionally, I have been giving lectures on folklore topics for six years. 
1 hour 25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ashliman, D.L. (2019) “Frau Holle” University of Pittsburgh.“Huld” Etymology
The Book of Nature Myths by Florence Holbrook [1904] A collection of 'Just So' tales from many lands.
Botanical Folk Tales of Britain and Ireland. Lisa Schneidau. (2018)
Children’s and Household Tales by the Grimm Brothers (1812)
Natural History by Pliny the Elder [77 CE]
Grimm Brothers (1812) Children’s and Household Tales.
Motz, Lotte (1984) “The Winter Goddess: Percht, Holda, and related figures.” Folklore. 95 ii
“Plant Folklore: Myths, Magic, and Superstition.” Gardener’s Path (gardenerspath.com) 
The Republic by Plato (375 BC) “The Myth of Er.”

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Shannon Jones, MA History
Average rating: 4.8Number of reviews: (49)
Hello everyone, it is a pleasure to be able to introduce myself to all of you! You can call me Ms. Shannon. I take a passionate, yet relaxed approach to teaching classes. 

I will begin with my educational background: 
I have a Masters in Early... 
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