Inspiring People: Edith Hall

Edith Hall is a Classics Professor, writer and broadcaster who specialises in the history, literature, theatre, myth and philosophy of ancient Greece and Rome and their continuing impact in the modern world. She is a world leader in the instrumentality of ancient ideas in world culture since the Renaissance. We are delighted to welcome Edith to The North Wall to talk about her most recent book, Aristotle’s Way: How Ancient Wisdom Can Change Your Life.

In our fast-moving, multi-cultural, multi-faith world, we need moral tools to help is navigate the choices, dilemmas, traumas, communities and relationships that are the stuff of life. This talk explores how the ideas propounded by Aristotle more than two thousand years ago are of practical use for people of all ages who think seriously about moral issues today.

About Inspiring People

The Inspiring People series is a joint venture between The North Wall and our principal sponsor, St Edward’s School. Our organisation both have a mission to educate and inspire and our hope is that this series will do just that: half of all tickets are offered free to local schools

Inspiring People: Edith Hall

21 January 2020 - 7:30 pm
Tickets

Full Price: £10
Students: £5
Free for school groups

Extra information

Free tickets are offered to schools for all Inspiring People talks. If you’re a teacher interested in bringing a school group, contact our participation officer Abie Walton on waltona@thenorthwall.com

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