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Myth Education: How Tricksters Shape the World for Better and for Worse (Grand Rapids)

September 14, 2016
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

The Sweet House
254 E. Fulton
Grand Rapids, MI 49503 United States

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Organized by:
Jennifer Beahan
Phone: 616-698-2342 x801
Email: jbeahan@centerforinquiry.org


Join us as Dave Fletcher gives us some “Myth Education” to learn how Tricksters shape the world for better and for worse.

The Trickster is one of the most prevalent and important mythological archetypes from around the world. From Anansi and Coyote to Loki and Zeus, tricksters are credited with both creating and attempting to destroy the world. Why are these figures so ubiquitous and what makes their stories so compelling? And what lessons can they teach us about the world and ourselves?

Meetings are open to the Public

After the meeting, join us at Vitale’s Restaurant, 834 Leonard NE, Grand Rapids, MI to socialize. View Map

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About Dave Fletcher

Adjunct Professor, Kendall College of Art and Design

Dave Fletcher is an adjunct professor at Kendall College of Art and Design. He has been teaching courses on Mythology for eight years. His first book, tentatively titled “Myth Education: Profiles of Gods, Goddesses and Other Supernatural Beings From Around the World” will be available in 2017.