History and Ideology of Myths

Supervision – Course Attendance: Eleni Karasavvidou
As it is said, man “produces himself” within the dialectic of nature and society and his “products” structure and at the same time mirror the world in which they are produced. Thus, the history and ideology of Myths – this socio-cultural product – is particularly relevant to the wider social political economic and cultural ‘reality’ both synchronic and diachronic.

Complete the course successfully and obtain the Certificate of Attendance from ACTA Technovlastos Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, upon expression of interest.

(NOTE: The Certificate is sent by email.)