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June 2018

The 2018 AABS Conference at Stanford University: The 100th Anniversary of Baltic Independence

June 1 8:00 am - 9:00 pm

The Stanford University Libraries will be hosting a conference at Stanford University that will celebrate two important milestones – the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Association for the Advancement of Baltic Studies (AABS) and the 100th anniversary of independence of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. The 2018 AABS conference at Stanford University: The 100th Anniversary of Baltic Independence will bring together scholars interested in Baltic studies from all over the world and foster collaboration between Baltic and Stanford researchers. The…

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PERFORMANCE | VITAL SIGNS: “Sweat Paintings”

June 1 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

Cassils Studio, Stanford University Theater and Performance Studies, and the Stanford University Art & Art History Department are pleased to present SWEAT PAINTINGS as a part of the Vital Signs Performance Series and Social Sculpture Course. Following the performance, there will be a conversation between TAPS Chair Branislav Jakovljevic and Cassils on, “Curating Performance: Vital Signs at Stanford” SWEAT PAINTINGS, a live performance and collaboration between Cassils, martial arts consultant Melissa Wyman and Stanford students Ash Ngu, Free Tripp, Meg McNulty, Tori…

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Film Screening: Ashes in the Snow (2018)

June 3 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Join us for the closing ceremony of the 2018 AABS Conference at Stanford University: The 100th Anniversary of Baltic Independence, featuring the screening of the following film: Ashes in the Snow (2018) The 2018 AABS Conference at Stanford University will conclude with the screening of “Ashes in the Snow” (2018). The film is based on the New York Times best-selling novel “Between Shades of Gray” written by Carnegie Medal winning author Ruta Sepetys. The film is produced and directed by Marius Markevicius…

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July 2018

SRT Film Festival: Cacoyannis’ Electra

July 9 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Stanford Repertory Theater’s 20th anniversary season, Nevertheless They Persisted, features a six-week Monday night film festival, free and open to the public. Professor of Theater and Performance Studies and Classics and SRT Artistic Director Rush Rehm will respond to our first film, Michael Cacoyannis’ Electra (1962).

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SRT Film Festival: Cacoyannis’ Trojan Women

July 16 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Stanford Repertory Theater’s 20th anniversary season, Nevertheless They Persisted, features a six-week Monday night film festival, free and open to the public. Professor of Classics and Archaeology Katarina Zacharia (Loyola-Marymount University) will respond to our second film, Michael Cacoyannis’ Trojan Women (1971), starring Katharine Hepburn and Vanessa Redgrave.

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SRT Film Festival: Cacoyannis’ Iphigenia

July 23 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Stanford Repertory Theater’s 20th anniversary season, Nevertheless They Persisted, features a six-week Monday night film festival, free and open to the public. Professor of Classics and Archaeology Katarina Zacharia (Loyola-Marymount University) will respond to our third film, Michael Cacoyannis’ Iphigenia (1977).

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Nevertheless They Persisted: Euripides’ Hecuba/Helen

July 26 8:00 pm - 9:55 pm

To celebrate our 20th anniversary, Stanford Repertory Theater proudly presents Nevertheless They Persisted, featuring a new adaptation of Euripides’ Hecuba and Helen, directed by SRT Artistic Director Rush Rehm. Joined together for the first time, and presented in one evening, Hecuba/Helen focuses on two mythic women who seize control of their destinies in startling ways. The ancient plays speak across the centuries, making for both a searingly tragic and memorably comic theater experience.

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SRT Film Festival: von Trotta’s Katherina Blum

July 30 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm

Stanford Repertory Theater’s 20th anniversary season, Nevertheless They Persisted, features a six-week Monday night film festival, free and open to the public. Stanford Professor of German Studies and Theater & Performance Studies Matthew Wilson Smith responds to our fourth film, Margarethe von Trotta’s The Lost Honor of Katherina Blum (1975).

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