Revisiting Antigone and Modern Political Life (Research Symposium)

When:4 Dec 2009, 2pm - 5pm
Venue:Rm 211, Morven Brown Building, University of New South Wales
Who:

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

Prof Tina Chanter (DePaul U)
Antigone's Affects: If Oedipus or Polynices had been Slaves . . .

With Afterwords by:
Prof Moira Gatens (USyd):
The Ambivalence of Rebellion: Antigone and 'lofty words'

Dr Joanne Faulkner (UNSW)
"Everybody, just pretend to be normal": the normative power of family dysfunction (Reading Antigone with Little Miss Sunshine)

All welcome

2-5pm, Friday 4 Dec
Rm 211, Morven Brown Building
University of New South Wales

Organised by Rosalyn Diprose, School of History & Philosophy, UNSW

Contact Details

Ros Diprose

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