For Halloween this year, I decided to dress up as Eris, the Greek goddess of Discord. The main influence for my costume was a 6th century BC kylix (drinking cup), one of the only contemporary visual depictions of this goddess, so I wanted to explore a) why it is one of the only contemporary visual depictions of her? And b) why it is significant that she is on a kylix? To answer these questions, I explored two different interpretations of Eris that Hesiod presents in his Works and Days. The views and opinions in this film are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of any member of the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge.