LSE Space for Thought Literary Festival 2015

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Featured Authors

Elif Shafak 

Changing Worlds|
Saturday 28 February, 7pm

Elif-Shafak

Andrew O’Hagan

Is There Life in the Novel of Ideas?|
Saturday 28 February, 5pm

Andrew O'Hagan

Ali Smith

An Eye for Life|
Tuesday 24 February, 5.15pm

Ali Smith

Raja Shehadeh

Language, Landscape and Identity|
Monday 23 February, 7pm

Raja Shehadeh

Anne Fine

Thought Stories: philosophy for a young audience|
Wednesday 25 February, 5pm

Anne Fine

Will Self

The Forum: shaking up foundations|
Thursday 26 February, 7pm

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Aleks Krotoski

Digital Personhood and Identity|
Saturday 28 February, 1pm

Aleks Krotoski

Gaia Vince

The Human Age? Art and Identity in the Anthropocene|
Saturday 28 February, 11am

Gaia Vince

Owen Sheers

Why Remember?|
Saturday 28 February, 11am

Owen Sheers

Chan Koonchung

The China Dream|,
Tuesday 24 February, 7pm

Chan Koonchung

Ian Bostridge

Music and Poetry : common foundations|
Friday 27 February, 6.30pm

Ian Bostridge

Polly Coles

The Stones of Venice: foundations and future|
Saturday 28 February, 5pm

Polly Coles
 

LSE’s 7th Literary Festival will explore the foundations of knowledge, society, identity and literature, as well as those of LSE itself in our 120th year. We are reflecting on some of the important anniversaries taking place this year, whilst also celebrating an idea at the heart of LSE, encapsulated in our motto, "to understand the causes of things".

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