The Mythology Sessions
Explore some of the big defining Mythological tales of Scotland, and their influence on poetry, song, and story in this event led by Svend-Erik Engh and Donald Smith.
About The Mythology Sessions
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Which mythological sources inform our sense of Scotland through land and people?
Explore some of the big defining tales, and their influence on poetry, song, and story. What do these myths mean for us in the present and future?
Svend-Erik Engh and Donald Smith lead the series with additional guest storytellers.
Image credit: Reuben Tao
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