The Benefit of Doubt
According to the dictionary definition, “to doubt” is “to feel uncertain or even to distrust”. At the same time, however, doubt can be associated with a desire “to question” what may widely be considered as the truth. This session uses Robin Hood, the poetry of William Blake, William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and the music of the Beatles to encourage you to reflect on the “benefit of doubt”.
Tom Sneddon, British Council Milan
The seminars are free of charge. Booking required.
British Council, Ente accreditato dal MIUR per la formazione con DM 170 del 21/3/2016, art 1, comma 5