Guthrie Theater CLE
2.0 Elimination of Bias CLE • $200 Tuition
2.0 Elimination of Bias, Video Replay of The Guthrie Theater’s Objects of Desire, Derision and Deceit:The Role of Law in Gender Bias. $200
Chris Carlson, Esq., President of NarrativePros
Eugene Borgida, Professor of Psychology and Law at the University of Minnesota
Linda L. Holstein, Esq., Holstein Law Group; Minneapolis, Minnesota
Peter Christian Hansen
Legal scholars have recognized that there are few ways to express within the language of law and legal reasoning the complex relationship between power, gender, and knowledge.
This exciting CLE brings a unique perspective to these shortcomings through staged readings by Guthrie Theater actors of selections from Rebecca Gilman’s Dollhouse, based on Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House. These fictional selections will be read alongside actual transcripts, commentaries and court decisions.
In Henrik Ibsen’s famous play A Doll’s House, the heroine, Nora, is told by her husband, “no man would sacrifice his honor for the one he loves.” Her reply that “it is a thing hundreds of thousands of women have done,” still resonates more than a century later.
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I really enjoyed this different format and way of educating folks about bias; I too believe art can be more effective in ‘changing our hearts’ regarding our biases than can any court case.