CHS Open House: Aesop and Fable, with Arti Mehta

Everyone loves a good story: stories deliver action. Patterns of actions then reveal the choices and values of the story-tellers and their societies. This idea of repeating real life in the actions of stories is the principle behind folklore studies.

Arti Mehta in “Fox and Jackal: The Individual Against the Collective

We are pleased to welcome Arti Mehta, Lecturer in Classics at Howard University, for our CHS Open House discussion on Aesop. The discussion will take place on Thursday, April 21 at 11:00 a.m. EDT.
For the live stream event, other resources related to this event and for a discussion with community members on the topic, visit the Hour 25 website.

By Harrison Weir [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
Illustration to Three hundred Aesop’s fables
By Harrison Weir [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons