Women's Room | LIVING LIBRARIES: Forms of subversion against the patriarchal norms in "Hamlet"
LIVE BIBLIOTEQUES*: Subversion against social and patriarchal norms in "Hamlet" # 2
Open reading session and discussion initiated by Kristina Kostova.
The event is part of the project “Living Biblioteques: archives of civil’s disobedience”, curated by Ivana Vaseva and Filip Jovanovski and it will take place in between the books that were donated for this project.
It is not a secret that in his works Shakespeare inserts subtle suggestions that could be considered as subversive for his era. In our reading session we will discuss why is Shakespeare’s work still relevant, through comparing his social context and ours.
*LIVE BIBLIOTEQUES: Archives of civil disobedience is a long-term project of collecting and distributing literature addressing civil participation and reaction, through individual donations, donations from civil society representatives, and other relevant organizations striving for an open, contemporary and democratic society.