FACT & FICTION
Expanding the Archive: Sources & the Social Sciences
Thursday, 16 March | 3.30pm UK
A Roundtable on new archives to expand the source base of the social sciences, including radio, music, literature, theatre, etc.
SPEAKERS: Dr Tahmima Anam (@tahmima) is a writer, novelist, and columnist, and author, most recently, of The Startup Wife (2021); David Lewis (@lewisd100) is Professor of Anthropology & Development at LSE, and co-editor (with Dennis Rodgers & Michael Woolcock) of New Mediums, Better Messages? How Innovations in Translation, Engagement, & Advocacy are Changing International Development (2022) around which this Roundtable is organised; Vinod Pavarala (@vpavarala) is Senior Professor of Communication and UNESCO Chair on Community Media, University of Hyderabad, and co-author (with Kanchan K. Malik) of Other Voices: The Struggle for Community Radio in India (2007); Dr Sarah Saddler is Assistant Professor of Theatre, Baruch College, CUNY, New York; her current book project, titled 'Performing Corporate Bodies: Multinational Theatre in Global India', is an ethnography of theatre-based workplace training in corporate India.
CHAIR: Dr Nilanjan Sarkar is Deputy Director, LSE South Asia Centre (@SAsiaLSE).
This event is part of the Centre's Fact & Fiction series.
Please click here to register free for this event; registration closes at 9.30am UK time on the day of the event; the livestream link will be sent thereafter to all registered attendees.