September 30, 2022
Join us on September 28 & 29 for a multifaceted exploration of Love, Betrayal, War, Loss, Pain, Reconciliation, and other experiences that define our common humanity. Is all really fair in love and war? How do we heal and respond to trauma? Be part of the conversation as we engage these Epic issues, beginning with Homer's Iliad and branching through ancient and contemporary art, poetry, fiction, drama, and athletics.
Wednesday, September 28 and 29, 8 am-7pm (both days); Mary Idema Pew Library Multipurpose Room.
Highlights of this year’s event include:
- Discussion of characters and themes, 8 am on the 28th
- Opening remarks, 9 am on the 28th
- Art Lecture by Dr. Henry Luttikhuizen, Scholar-in-Residence, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences: Choice and Consequence: Representations of the Judgement of Paris, 5-6 pm on the 28th
- “Towers of Troy” and other Homeric Games, 12:30-1:45 on the 29th, Library North Lawn
- Closing reflection (including modern Greek with English translation), 6:30 pm on the 29th
Contact [email protected] for more details.
For previous HOMERathons, click here.