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Seneca’s Medea: A Stage Reading and Community Discussion
March 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Join the Department of Philosophy and the Department of Classics as we think about these questions with a stage reading of Seneca’s Medea, followed by a community-wide discussion about the play’s philosophical and literary themes. This is an opportunity to experience and discuss the story of a tragic figure that has influenced and intrigued many across generations, and to consider some of the foundational questions the play raises: human fragility, the role of emotions in our moral lives, woman empowerment and subjugation in the ancient world, the relationship between anger, love, and revenge–and so much more.
Interested in learning about Medea before the stage reading? Check out our Flyleaf Books series and our “Coffee with Medea” series.
Questions? Email Prof. Michael Vazquez (firstname.lastname@example.org)!
This event is CLE approved! (Heel Life page here: go.unc.edu/seneca)