LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival 2014

Monday 24 February - Saturday 1 March 2014 Reflections
Featured Authors

AS Byatt

Short Stories, Deep Reflections|
Saturday 1 March, 11am

AS Byatt

Paul Dolan

Self-Help: myth or reality?|
Tuesday 25 February, 1.15pm

Paul Dolan

Penny Woolcock

Gang Culture: on screen and in print|
Thursday 27 February, 6.30pm

Penny Woolcock

Michael Rosen

Alphabetical|
Saturday 1 March, 3pm

Michael Rosen

Evan Davis

It's Ok to be Gay|
Wednesday 26 February, 1.15pm

Evan Davis

Shiv Malik

Baby Boomers on Trial|
Friday 28 February, 6pm

Shiv Malik

Maggie Gee

Where's the Wrath Now?|
Tuesday 25 February, 6.30pm

Maggie Gee

Professor Trevor Cox

Sonic Landscapes: understanding the world through sounds|
Saturday 1 March, 7pm

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Tracy Chevalier

The Forum: Reflections on Love, Laughter and Friendship|
Thursday 27 February, 7pm

Tracy Chevalier

Fiona Sampson

Tacit Knowledge in the Arts, Science and Business|
Monday 24 February, 6pm

Fiona Sampson

Professor Margaret Macmillan

Why Remember? Reflections on the First World War Centenary|
Wednesday 26 February, 7pm

ProfessorMargaretMacmillan

Vernal Scott

Reflections on the Impact of HIV and AIDS|
Wednesday 26 February, 6pm

Vernal Scott
 

LSE’s 6th Literary Festival will explore the distinctive qualities of the social sciences' and the arts' approaches to understanding the world around us with a programme of talks, readings, panel discussions and film screenings, as well as creative writing workshops and children’s events.

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