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10.12 Clark U Screening “The Walking Dead!”

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“The Walking Dead” (2011)” screening and conversation at Clark University’s Higgins Lounge at Dana Commons, 7:30 p.m., Monday, October 15

AMC’s critically acclaimed original series, “The Walking Dead,” focuses on human existence in a post-apocalyptic landscape “shared” by the living and the undead. The premier episode introduces the audience to a newly constructed world where the living must somehow learn to reframe their understanding of love, faith, optimism and the purpose of being alive. As we consider The End of Things throughout the semester, this provocative television series grapples with the uncertainty and frailty of human life.

Jason Zelesky, associate dean of students, will introduce a screening of the first episode of season one, “Days Gone Bye,” and help facilitate a post-viewing conversation café about the questions it raises for humanity.

 

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