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Hellenic American Women’s Council


In cooperation with

Cordially invites you to attend a lecture

To Get You Out of the Ordinary…..
To Make You Think and Challenge Your Mind!


SYNOPSIS: Regardless of its origin –the prevailing view favors the dithyramb – and
evolution that shaped its form, tragedy is a complex art genre, developed in a culturally
advanced society. And that society is no other than the Athenians’ ‘politeia’, which
invented authentic democracy. How exactly does democracy evolve from monarchy? What
exactly are the dimensions of democracy and its secrets? How exactly does tragedy evolve
from the dithyramb? What exactly are the dimensions of tragedy and its secrets? Are
democracy and tragedy interrelated? How exactly? How does tragedy constitute political
education and culture? In a continuing effort to develop our political agoge and education
here in the Hellenic diaspora in New York, these are some of the aporias, which this event
resolves, through:
a) an introductory lecture (prolegomena),
b) a theatrical sketch (didache) and
c) public discourse (panel).

Presentation: Dr. Nicholas C. Georgantzas,

Professor, Fordham University
Panelists: Dr. Emmanuel LAMBRAKIS, M.D.
Dr. Ioannis MICHAILIDIS, Associate Research Scientist, Columbia University
Ms. Martha TOMPOULIDOU, Philologist–Actor
Mr. Antonis VALSAMAKIS, Journalist
M.C.: Ms Nancy Biska, Journalist

Date: Friday, May 6, 2011

Time: 7:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
Cocktail Reception: 7:00 p.m. to 7:45 p.m.
Sponsored by: The Grand Prospect Hall
Place: The Grand Prospect Hall
263 Prospect Avenue
Brooklyn, New York
R. S.V. P. Alice Halkias – Tri-State Regional Director (718) 788-0777

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