Saturday 13 February

Programme Details

As well as the events below, there will be a series of free creative writing workshops| looking at how to write the political novel taking place during Saturday morning, and an afternoon of events for children| with pirates, picnics and animals!

POLIS panel discussion
War Stories: How to bring the battle to the book?|
Time: 10.30am-12pm
UPDATED Speakers: Stephen Grey, Andrew Mueller, Ros Wynne-Jones
 

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Stephen GreyAndrew Mueller

Law Department panel discussion
Jekyll & Hyde: Law Science Psychology|
Time: 11am-12.30pm
Speakers:  Professor Mary Evans, Professor Nicola Lacey, Robert Mighall, Professor Juliet Mitchell

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Nicola LaceyRobert Mighall

The London Magazine discussion
Literature and the Sciences: Where do they meet?|
Time: 12.30-2pm
Speakers:  Michael Blackburn, Mario Petrucci, Richard Tyrone-Jones

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Michael BlackburnMario Petrucci

Centre for the Study of Human Rights and LSE Arts event
Anniversary: An Act of Memory|
UPDATEDTime: 1-2pm
Recitations from individual and collective memory of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights with the artist Monica Ross

Monica Ross

LSE Cities Programme discussion
Reading London|
Time: 1-2.30pm
UPDATED Speakers: Will Alsop, Professor Rosemary Ashton, Leo Hollis, Hans Ulrich Obrist
Chair: Dr Fran Tonkiss

Will AlsopLeo Hollis

LSE Literary Festival discussion
The Arts of Illness|
Time: 2.30-4pm
Speakers: Dr Jane Darcy, Brian Dillon, Sally O'Reilly
Chair: Dr Jenn Tarr

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Brian DillonSally O'Reilly

LSE Literary Festival lecture
Sociology as Literature|
Time: 3-4.30pm
Speaker: Professor Richard Sennett

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Professor Richard Sennett

LSE Literary Festival lecture
So Much for That: on illness death and money|
Time: 4.30-6pm
Speaker: Lionel Shriver

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Lionel Shriver

LSESU Drama Society event
Theatre of Action?|
Time: 5-6.30pm
Speakers:
Matt Charman, John Caird

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Matt CharmanJohn Caird

Sustainability and Forum for European Philosophy panel discussion
Animating a Myth for our times: The Lawsuit of the Animals against Humanity|
Time: 6.30-8pm
Speakers: Zeina Frangie-Eyres, Dr Simon Glendinning, Professor Marina Warner, Dr Mark Wright
Chair: Isabel Carlisle

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Antelope

Royal Society of Literature panel event
Speaking of Love|
Time: 7-8.30pm
Speakers: AS Byatt, Ben Okri, Helen Simpson, Colin Thubron

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Take a look at Winkball's coverage of this event with interviews and live footage: LSE Royal Society of Literature Event : Speaking of Love |

Ben OkriColin Thubron (c) Sally Soames
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