Mad Men Mondays
Starting in the Fall 2013 semester
Every Monday, 12:30 – 2:00 pm | Women’s Center lounge (Mem Gym, 109)
Join us in the Fall 2013 semester for Season 5 of the award-winning TV series Mad Men and engage in critical discussion of the social issues the show poses. Mad Men depicts American society and culture in the 1960s, highlighting cigarette smoking, drinking, sexism, feminism, littering, adultery, homophobia, racism, and antisemitism. Each episode is approximately 45 minutes long and an informal interactive discussion will follow. Bring your lunch and a friend!
About Season 5:
Season 5 takes place between Memorial Day (May 30) 1966 and spring 1967. The season explores Don Draper's new marriage to Megan, which leads him to ignore his work at the Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce advertising agency. Meanwhile, Lane, Pete, Roger, Joan, and Peggy learn that it is "every man for himself" in their personal and professional lives, as they each face painful new beginnings.
Visit the show's website.