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Courses in Medieval Arthurian Legends

Two Syllabi for "The Search for Arthur" by Linda A. Malcor
"This course surveys the diverse legends that belong to the Arthurian Tradition, the various types of evidence--manuscripts, tapestries, sculptures, etc.--through which we know these legends, and the myriad forms--books, films, comics, etc.--that these legends take today."

Courses in Medieval and Post-Medieval Arthurian Legends

Syllabi for Courses in Post-Medieval Arthurian Legends


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Lecture Notes & Classroom Exercises

Lecture on Women in Arthurian Romances, by Linda A. Malcor

Lecture notes on the Alliterative and Stanzaic Morte, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, and the Grail, by Linda A. Malcor

Lecture notes on Folklore and Arthurian Romances, by Linda A. Malcor

Lecture notes for a Six Week Course in Arthurian Legend, by Linda A. Malcor

From Scythia to Camelot: Lecture Notes for a Slide Show by Linda A. Malcor

King Arthur and George Washington: A Thought Experiment on the Historical Arthur, by Alan Baragona

A Millennial Quest for Arthur

In January 2000 two undergraduate students left for a month-long research trip, sponsored by Birmingham-Southern College in Birmingham, Alabama. After traveling over 3000 miles across the Island of Britain, we created this site for people who wish to learn more about those places associated with King Arthur and the legends attached to them." Created by students Joseph W.C. Boyles and W. Jacob Livingston, III, this site is beautifully organized and has lots of photographs. Suitable for all levels. {This link is to an archived version of the site that has all the text, but the links to the photos are broken. Some of the pictures, however, are still available at Vortigern Studies.)


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