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

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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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