Norse Mythology

Summary
Principal Teacher: Mr. Utkarsh Patel and Ms. Arundhuti Dasgupta
Medium: English

Description
In these 5 days, learn about the mythology of Norse.

Syllabus
Lecture 1 Theories of mythology plus storytelling traditions and understanding the sources of Norse mythology
Lecture 2 Norse cosmology, myths of creation. The Norse Gods & the Giants – Odin, Thor, Tyr, Freyr, Balder, Loki.
Lecture 3 Yggdrasil – the World Tree and the nine Realms of the world. The Gods in detail – Odin & Thor.
Lecture 4 Loki and his Children. A Nordic epic tale and its interpretation.
Lecture 5 Ragnarok – the end of the world. Death & afterlife. Norse Mythology & the world of Marvel

About Our Speakers
Utkarsh Patel is a corporate-professional-turned-mythologist and now the author of “Shakuntala – The Woman Wronged”, published by Rupa Publications, and “Satyavati”, published by Kautilya Books, and “Kannaki’s Anklet”, published by Indus Source. He is a lecturer of Comparative Mythology at the University of Mumbai and has qualifications in Mythology, both Indian and World from Mumbai University. He has been writing a Blog, ‘This is Utkarsh Speaking’ (www.utkarshspeak.blogspot.com) for close to a decade now, and is a founder member of ‘The Mythology Project’ (www.themythologyproject.com), an online archive of traditional tales

from the Indian Sub-continent. Utkarsh is a TEDx speaker and also a regular speaker and lecturer on varying subjects of mythology and other topics, at various forums, litfests, organisations and colleges. For more on his work, www.utkarshmp.com

Arundhuti Dasgupta, Writer, columnist and editor, Arundhuti has spent over two decades as a business journalist with several financial newspapers in India. The maximum amount of her experience has been gathered at Business Standard, where she worked as an Associate Editor looking after a daily section on the business of advertising, branding and marketing. She was also a columnist for the paper, writing regularly on the intersection of myth, politics and culture in her column Mythic Mantra. She has co-authored two books which have been published by Penguin and Puffin India. The books are called The Weretiger: Stories of the Supernatural (released in the year 2002) and Spooked: Stories of the Supernatural (released in the year 2004) and are a collection of original stories about ghosts, magic and mystery.

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Lecture 1 Theories of mythology plus storytelling traditions and understanding the sources of Norse mythology
1:27
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Lecture 2 Norse cosmology, myths of creation. The Norse Gods & the Giants – Odin, Thor, Tyr, Freyr, Balder, Loki
1:19
3
Lecture 3 Yggdrasil – the World Tree and the nine Realms of the world. The Gods in detail – Odin & Thor
1:33
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Lecture 4 Loki and his Children. A Nordic epic tale and its interpretation
1:28
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Lecture 5 Ragnarok – the end of the world. Death & afterlife. Norse Mythology & the world of Marvel
1:23

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