From time to time in each of our lives, we face truculent choices, the consequences dire no matter what we choose. How may we discern what is right for us, and how may we face their consequences? Sophocles’ ancient drama brings us back to the conundrums of choice and consequence each of us faces in our quite different journeys.
James Hollis, Ph.D., executive director of the Jung Society of Washington, explores these topics in a pre-performance lecture titled "Antigone's Dilemma: An Introduction to the Universality of Choice and Consequence."
Admission to the lecture is included for ticket holders of that evening's performance of Antigone.
James Hollis Ph. D., is a Zurich-trained Jungian analyst He has been co-founder of the Philadelphia Jung Institute, and its first Director of Training, a Vice President emeritus of the Philemon Foundation dedicated to publishing the unpublished works of Jung, the founder and first Director of Jungian Studies for Saybrook University, and Director emeritus of the Houston, Texas Jung Educational Center. He has published fourteen books and over fifty articles and has mentored Jung societies on four continents for nearly forty years. He is a Jungian analyst in private practice in Washington, D.C., and the Executive Director of the Jung Society of Washington (jung.org).
FREE, TICKETS REQUIRED
Purchase tickets for the Saturday, October 7 evening performance of Antigone at 7:30pm at http://theclarice.umd.edu/events/2017/antigone-0