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7/10/2019 - War Through the Lens of Politics, Conflict & Perception

Warfare is more than combat. These 5 documentaries address the politics of warfare that reveal the true nature of how we get into wars and how we respond. Professor Alfred Hunt will show 5 documentaries which pertain to the Art of War by Sun Tzu followed by a group discussion. Alfred Hunt, Professor Emeritus, SUNY College at Purchase is the author of Works on Slavery and Southern History. Twice a Fulbright Scholar and an on camera host for an award-winning cable show, he has been giving lectures in New York and Connecticut for over 20 years.

July 10 - Breaker Morant - the politics of the Boer War
July 17 - The Atomic Café --the comic horror of nuclear war
July 24 - Why We Fight --the politics of war in our lifetime
July 31 - No End in Sight --Iraq’s descent into chaos
August 7 - Restrepo --What is the significance…?’s

To bundle all 5 films/lectures its $100 or $25 for individual lectures. Please specify which lectures when signing up for individual lectures.


Event: War Through the Lens of Politics, Conflict & Perception
Event Date: 7/10/2019 First Lecture
Event Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Admission Fee: All 5 lectures $100/individual lectures $25
Registration Instructions:
Event Organizers: Arts Escape | | 203-586-1474
Event Location: 88 Main Street South, Southbury, CT 06488