| Celtic Mythology
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The school aims to provide learning materials to help the learner understand comparative mythology i.e. the comparison of the myths of various cultures to identify common themes. The school is organized into a number of departments which use the "Topic" namespace. Departments contain links to courses, learning materials and learning projects. The departments are listed in the sidebar at the right of the page. You can begin the learning process at the coordinating page: Comparative Mythology.
The histories of Wikiversity pages indicate who the active participants are. If you are an active participant in this school, you can list your name here (this can help small schools grow and the participants communicate better; for large schools it is not needed).
- Thucydides My interest is in all mythological creatures, especially dragons and their metaphors among different cultures.
- User:Nannus My special area of interst in Africa. I have started the Division of African Philosophy in the School of Philosophy and the School of African Studies. Some of the work done there might be of interest here.
- User:XXStar_BodomXx My specialties are in Greek and Norse mythology, I'll try to add information and myths.
- Jekrox 01:05, 6 September 2008 (UTC)
- James Lee I have a broad interest in comparative mythology.
- User:Dragonzflyte Fae are interesting
- Spock of Vulcan I'm interested in learning about all kinds of mythology, so as I learn I'll help expand/create courses here.
- User:Scorpio I love mythology - especially Celtic and Norse mythology. I'm just getting started in here, and I hope to have a good time participating.
- User:Kriteesh Core areas : Indian, Iranian, Norse, Mittani.
- September 25th 2011 - Department of Classical Mythology founded!
- September 25th 2011 - Department of Norse Mythology founded!
- September 10th 2006 - School founded!