Saturday 1 March

 

Short Stories, Deep Reflections|
CPNSS LSE Literary Festival discussion

Time: 11am-12.30pm
Speakers: AS Byatt, Professor Mary Evans, Alex Preston
Chair: Cathy Galvin

AS Byatt cr Michael TrevillionAlex Preston cr Lucy Preston
 

Understanding the World: religious and secular perspectives|
Forum for European Philosophy LSE Literary Festival discussion

Time: 11am-12.30pm
Speakers: Dr Arthur Bradley, Kenan Malik
Chair: Dr Danielle Sands

Dr Arthur BradleyKenan Malik
 

Don't Judge a Book by its Cover: reflecting content through design|
LSE Review of Books Literary Festival discussion

Time: 1-2.30pm
Speakers: Polly Courtney, Isabelle de Cat,
Jonathan Gibbs

Polly Courtney cr Hannah PalmerJonathan Gibbs
 

How We Feel: what neuroscience can and can't tell us about our emotions|
CPNSS LSE Literary Festival lecture

Time: 1-2.30pm
Speaker: Giovanni Frazzetto
Chair: Stephan Guettinger

Giovanni Frazzetto
 

Alphabetical|
LSE Literary Festival lecture

Time: 3-4.30pm
Speaker: Michael Rosen
Chair: Professor Jennifer Richards

Michael Rosen cr Laurence Cendrowicz
 

Beyond Criticism|
Breese Little LSE Literary Festival discussion

Time: 3-4.30pm
Speaker: Adrian Searle

Adrian Searle
 

Sonic Landscapes: understanding the world through sounds|
LSE Literary Festival discussion

Time: 5-6.30pm
Speakers: Professor Trevor Cox, Caroline Devine, Aleks Kolkowski

Professor Trevor CoxCaroline Devine cr Reid Photography
 

Private Lives: do we still value our privacy?|
LSE Literary Festival discussion

Time: 5-6.30pm
Speakers: Professor Josh Cohen, Dr Ellen
Helsper, Professor Andrew Murray

Josh Cohen cr Abigail SchamaDr Ellen Helsper
 

Voices of the Great War|
Royal Society of Literature LSE Literary Festival event

Time: 7-8.30pm
Speakers: Tobias Hill, Michael Longley, Timberlake Wertenbaker, Louisa Young
Chair: Peter Parker

Michael LongleyTimberlake Wertenbaker
 

One Mile Away|
LSE Literary Festival film screening

Time: 7-8.30pm 

One Mile Away
 

The Festival will close with a drinks reception and a performance by The Houghton Grooves, playing a collection of famous jazz tunes.

Kevin Corti (guitar)
David Healey (saxophone)
Ben Lange (drums)
Margaux Wehr (piano)
Dilan Wijesinghe (bass).

The closing reception will also include the prize-giving for the LSE photo prize|

The Houghtones
 

 

 

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