BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:1.0 PRODID:SydneyTalks Event UID:2020021803300020096 BEGIN:VEVENT SUMMARY;ENCODING=QUOTED-PRINTABLE: The Body Politics of Refusal: the Bacchae and the Antigone, with Cavarero LOCATION;ENCODING=QUOTED-PRINTABLE: Seminar Room (203), R.D. Watt Bulilding, Science Road, A14 Quadrangle, The University of Sydney DESCRIPTION;ENCODING=QUOTED-PRINTABLE: “Where’s your spine?” we say to those who seem to lack moral ‘backbone.’ How do such metaphors limit and drive our imagination of refusal? Drawing on Adriana Cavarero’s work, Inclination, this lecture develops a postural analysis of refusal in the Antigone, Bacchae, Thoreau’s “Walking", and da Vinci’s painting of the Madonna.=0D=0ACost: Free=0D=0ADisabled Access: Yes=0D=0AHearing Loop : No=0D=0AEnquiries: School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry (02) 9351 2759=0D=0Ahttps://sydney.edu.au/arts/schools/school-of-philosophical-and-historical-inquiry/department-of-clas DTSTART:20200218T033000Z DTEND:20200218T050000Z END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR