Event Details
  JustShakespeare: The Roman Plays and the Curses of American Prosperity 
  March 2, 2014
  March 30, 2014
  Mandel Center for the Humanities, Classroom G11
Sundays, March 2, March 9, March 16, March 23 and March 30
Register by February 26, 2014

Journey into Roman antiquity with Brandeis scholar Michael Booth, and encounter a Rome more familiar--and more provocative --than you possibly could have imagined. Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar and Antony and Cleopatra are mainly focused on penetrating questions of character and human relationships. His last Roman play, Coriolanus, poses questions of justice and the virtues of democracy uncanny for today’s American reader. Find out what the greatest writer in English had to say about justice.

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JustBrandeis Seminars
Presented by the Brandeis University Alumni Association and the Rabb School for Continuing Studies

Inspired by Justice Louis D. Brandeis — celebrated as a jurist, Zionist, humanitarian and American citizen — the JustBrandeis seminars focus on Brandeis’ questions, his ethical and legal tradition and his cultural world. Uncover not only the biography of the man but his sources of inspiration and a measure of his energy for combatting moral injustice and pursuing social reform. Each course will seek to illuminate the ancient ethical and legal question: What is justice?

Each JustBrandeis seminar is five sessions and has a dedicated websites offering course materials, bonus lectures, videos and readings, and an online platform through which course participants can communicate with each other. Faculty members are renowned scholars and teachers skilled in the Brandeisian style seminar.