Newhouse Center Faculty Series: Carol Dougherty
Newhouse Center faculty fellow Carol Dougherty explores the ways that Sophocles’ Antigone brings immigration, marriage, and burial together to destabilize Athens’ own democratic strategies for accommodating the stranger within the city in ways that resonate with contemporary issues of citizenship, mobility, and political identity.
Carol Dougherty is a professor in Comparative Literature and classical studies at Wellesley College.
the Newhouse Center for the Humanities.
Nov 12, 4:30–5:30 PM
Nov 14–Nov 16, 6 PM
Nov 19, 10 AM
Dec 4, 4:30 PM