[MGSA-L] Upcoming events at Yale

Syrimis, George george.syrimis at yale.edu
Thu Sep 13 09:08:26 PDT 2012

Hellenic Studies Program
Yale University
Fall 2012 Public Events

Monday, October 8, 5:00 PM
Kevin Featherstone, Eleftherios Venizelos Professor of Contemporary Greek Studies and Professor of European Politics, London School of Economics and Political Science
"Greek Prime Ministers and the Problem of Reform Delivery"
Luce hall 102, 34 Hillhouse Avenue


Monday, October 15, 4:30 PM
Panel discussion with George Papaconstantinou, former Minister of Finance of Greece, Ernesto Zedillo, Director for the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization, Domingo Cavallo, former Minister of Finance of Argentina, and Miranda Xafa, Alternate Executive Director at IMF
Luce Hall 202, 34 Hillhouse Avenue
Organized by the Yale Center for the Study of Globalization


Monday, October 22, 5:00 PM
Effie Pedaliu, University of the West of England
"Fault Lines in Post War Mediterranean and the ‘Birth of Southern Europe’, 1945-1979 "
Luce Hall 202, 34 Hillhouse Avenue


Monday, October 29, 5:00 PM
Gonda Van Steen, Dept. of Classics and Center for Greek Studies, University of Florida
"Theater and Censorship under the Greek Military Dictatorship (1967-1974)"
Luce Hall 202, 34 Hillhouse Avenue


Other events of Interest on campus and in Connecticut:

September 24, 7:30 PM
Helen of Troy
Performed by the Leonidas-Eftychia Loizides Theater Group
Ives Concert Hall, White Hall
WCSU, Midtown campus
181 White Street, Danbury, CT
For more information call (203) 837-8793


October 30 to November 3
Iphigenia Among the Stars
A Yale School of Drama Production

http://drama.yale.edu/onstage/production/iphigenia-among-stars <http://drama.yale.edu/onstage/production/iphigenia-among-stars>

Adapted from Euripides by Benjamin Fainstein
Conceived and directed by Jack Tamburri

A king sacrifices his daughter to a goddess so he can wage an interstellar war. But the goddess intervenes and instead exiles the girl to a life of servitude light years from home. Years later, Princess Iphigenia, like her father, must choose between duty and desire—and her choice will have consequences beyond the bounds of space and time. Inspired by the electrifying imagery of comic book legend Jack Kirby, this new adaptation of two tragedies by Euripides takes us on a cosmic journey to a galaxy where gods and heroes are real, but their destinies have not yet been written.
Iseman Theater, 1156 Chapel Street
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