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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