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Talks

Antigone Interpreted

 
 
Sun, Sep 20, 2015
  • 5PM
 
 
LOCATION:
Brooklyn Book Festival
 
RUN TIME: 1hr
 
 
 
 
Free
 
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Sunday September 20, 2015
Performances no longer available.
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Part of

In conjunction with Antigone
With Bonnie Honig and Ellen McLaughlin
Moderated by Kaneza Schaal

A Program of the Brooklyn Book Festival
Co-presented by BAM and the Onassis Cultural Center NY
Part of the Hellenic Humanities Program

In this expansive panel discussion on the story of Antigone, scholars and artists (to be announced) examine how Sophokles’ ancient tragedy has been reinterpreted across artistic mediums to reflect contemporary society—as well as the timeless truths it continues to reveal.

 
 
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