Jason Freddi: What makes Hamlet a tragedy?

What makes Hamlet a Tragedy?
Jason Freddi (PhD candidate, Melbourne University) on Shakespeare and tragedy
Wednesday, April 28
4-5.30pm in ib3.307 on the Waurn Ponds Campus

Jason Freddi, PhD candidate at Melbourne University, will be on the Waurn Ponds campus this Wednesday guest lecturing for the Philosophy, Freud and Reason unit. I thought I'd take advantage of Jason's presence and invite him to present at the Philosophical Society on Shakespeare, the subject of his PhD. Jason kindly accepted and will discuss Shakespeare and tragedy at this week's meeting, (tomorrow)Wednesday, April 28 from 4-5.30pm in ib3.307. In particular, Jason will address the question ‘What makes Hamlet a tragedy?’

You can access the reading that will form the backbone of Jason's presentation at http://deakinphilosophicalsociety.com/texts/nuttall/shakespearethethinker.pdf. It is an excerpt from AD Nuttall's (2007) Shakespeare the thinker. There are no page numbers on the PDF file, but the pages are in order and run from 192-205 inclusive.

Philosophy Café
Marie Kuchenmeister OAM
A Philosophy of meaningful employment: adults with special needs
Wednesday, April 28
7-9pm at The Barking Dog hotel

Philosophy café is also on this Wednesday from 7pm at The Barking Dog hotel, 126 Pakington st Geelong West. This month Marie Kuchenmeister OAM will present ‘A Philosophy of meaningful employment: adults with special needs’

Philosophy Café is a free public event sponsored by Deakin University's School of International and Political Studies.

Regards,

Dylan Nickelson,
President, Deakin Philosophical Society.

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