OK, keep on with me right here. At first that is going to sound difficult. But then I’ll make it easy for you.
The complicated-sounding half: the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, in collaboration with Big D Reads and the Communities Foundation of Texas, is taking part in host tonight to a dialog between a rabbi and a lawyer, moderated by Lee Cullum, in regards to the parallels between Jim Schutze’s Accommodation and Aeschylus’ Oresteia. Here’s how the Dallas Institute describes the gist of tonight’s occasion, which is titled “Athena’s Accommodation”: “Each text concerns the possibility of a city’s recovery from a painful history of intergenerational trauma. There will be a discussion in which we—together—seek the wisdom of Athena in our own attempt to transcend—to some degree—the injuries of the past.” The two talkers being wrangled by Cullum are Rabbi Nancy Kasten and civil rights lawyer Justin Moore. And the occasion takes place not in a single—let’s use some em dashes right here—however two areas: the Dallas Institute’s Stroud House on Routh Street and the Nancy Cain Marcus Conference Center, additionally on Routh Street.
The easy half: there will probably be free booze and hors d’oeuvres.
Would you want extra particulars, like occasions and such? Go right here. Would you wish to attend? We are right here to assist. The first 10 individuals to e mail [email protected] with the right reply to the next query will snag a ticket. Here is the query: does Luka Doncic play some enjoyable basketball or what?
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