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Contributor(s): Francisco Panizza, Anthony Hall, Guy Michaels, Francesco Casselli, André Vitor Singer, Armando Simões, Antonio Claret Campos Filho, Marcos Mendes, Marislei Nishijima | In the third and final episode of our series on Brazil, we head inland from Rio de Janeiro, to the heart of the country’s political life: the capital of Brasília. Aut…
 
Contributor(s): Sandra Jovchelovitch, Jacqueline Priego-Hernandez, Paul Heritage, Silvia Ramos, Celso Athayde | In this second episode of our three-part series on Brazil, the LSE Review of Books Podcast, we spend time in Rio de Janeiro’s morros, or hills, to see just how two grassroots movements are shaking things up in the city’s favelas. Sandra J…
 
Contributor(s): Dr Ellen Helsper | To celebrate and support the LSE Literary Festival the LSE Review of Books is asking prominent LSE academics and event speakers about the books that inspired them into their academic subject. In this podcast, Dr Ellen Helsper, Lecturer in the Media and Communications Department at the LSE, talks us through the boo…
 
Contributor(s): David Stevenson | To celebrate and support the LSE Literary Festival the LSE Review of Books is asking prominent LSE academics and event speakers about the books that inspired them into their academic subject. In this podcast, David Stevenson, Professor of International History at the LSE, tell us about the books on World War I that…
 
Contributor(s): Amy Mollett, Craig Calhoun | To celebrate and support the LSE Literary Festival the LSE Review of Books is asking prominent LSE academics and event speakers about the books that inspired them into their academic subject. In this podcast, The Director of the LSE and world-renowned sociologist, Professor Craig Calhoun, tells us about …
 
Contributor(s): Cheryl Brumley | In the first episode of a three-part series on Brazil, the LSE Review of Books Podcast takes a closer look at the city of Rio de Janiero to uncover wider issues that face the world’s fastest growing cities. Before talking to LSE and Brazilian authors about their books on Brazil, LSERB podcast producer, Cheryl Brumle…
 
Contributor(s): Amy Mollett, David Kohn, Fran Tonkiss, Hyun Bang Shin | In this podcast we set out to explore how design and architecture can enhance and manipulate our everyday experiences. Architect David Kohn, co-designer of A Room for London, discusses how design can influence the way we experience everything from time to the urban experience. …
 
Contributor(s): Stuart Corbridge | In this special edition podcast, Stuart Corbridge, Professor of International Development, Provost and Deputy Director at the LSE, focuses on the books that have inspired him throughout his academic career: From the Marxist theory that shaped his undergraduate study, to the many books on India and development stud…
 
Contributor(s): Mary Morgan, Carl Packman, John van Reenen, Amy Mollett, Cheryl Brumley, Joel Suss | Mary Morgan, LSE Professor of History and Philosophy of Economics, speaks to us about her book: The World in the Model: How Economists Work and Think and how the once prose-heavy discipline founded by Adam Smith has been transformed by maths. Carl P…
 
Contributor(s): David Doughan, Asiya Islam, Amy Mollett | This special joint podcast from the LSE Review of Books and LSE Equality and Diversity, examines the history of the newly acquired Women’s Library at the LSE through the eyes of a long-term librarian. David Doughan MBE, who has been at the Women's Library for 23 years, speaks to Asiya Islam …
 
Contributor(s): Odd Arne Westad, John Van Reenen, Fatima El Issawi, Simon Glendinning, Dominic Muir | In this special LSE Literary Festival series, the LSE Review of Books blog asked prominent LSE professors to read from their favourite works of fiction, building on the Academic Inspiration series on their blog, LSEReviewofbooks.com. In the second …
 
Contributor(s): Anne Applebaum, Nigel Warburton, Louise Gaskell | From 26th of February to 2nd March 2013, the London School of Economics will hold its 5th Annual Literary Festival under the theme ‘Branching Out’. The LSE Review of Books team been out on the road to meet some of this year’s Literary Festival speakers, and in this special edition po…
 
Contributor(s): Conor Gearty, Mary Evans, Sonia Livingstone | In this special LSE Literary Festival series, the LSE Review of Books blog asked prominent LSE professors to read from their favourite works of fiction, building on the Academic Inspiration series on their blog, LSEReviewofbooks.com. Professor of Human Rights Law Conor Gearty reads from …
 
Contributor(s): Rosemary Sales, Xia Lin, Perry Fung, John Gitting,Ting Xu, Amy Mollett | We take a walk through London’s Chinatown with Rosemary Sales and Xia Lin, Researchers at Middlesex University, to discuss the complex of identities in the area and meanings of home for Chinese immigrants. John Gittings, Research Associate at the School of Orie…
 
Contributor(s): Matthew Flinders, Armine Ishkanian, Elisa de Denaro Vieira, George Lawson, Cheryl Brumley, Amy Mollett | Professor of Politics at Sheffield University, Matthew Flinders, talks about his new book Defending Politics: Why Democracy Matters in the 21st Century, and argues that the problem with politics is not politicians themselves but …
 
Contributor(s): Professor Ricky Burdett, Iain Sinclair, Dr. Suzi Hall, Amy Mollett, Cheryl Brumley | Architectural Advisor to the 2012 Olympic Games and LSE Cities Professor Ricky Burdett talks about the primacy of Olympic legacy and the regeneration of East London. Author of Ghost Milk: Calling Time on the Grand Project, Iain Sinclair, takes us on…
 
Contributor(s): Eli Zaretsky, Alex Callinicos, Amy Mollett, Cheryl Brumley | In this special episode we visit the Marxism 2012 Festival in London's Bloomsbury to hear the latest from Marxist thinkers and activists. Professor of European Studies at King's College London, Alex Callinicos, speaks about austerity and how Karl Marx's theories have found…
 
Contributor(s): Lesley Hall, Melanie Williams, Mary Evans, Amy Mollett, Cheryl Brumley | Senior archivist at the Wellcome Library, Lesley Hall, talks to us about her book on the early 20th century reproductive rights campaigner Stella Browne and how her activism influences today’s feminist movements. Melanie Williams, Lecturer in Film and Televisio…
 
Contributor(s): Professor Dan Everett, Philip Gross, Linda Yueh, Amy Mollett, Cheryl Brumley | Professor Dan Everett, linguistic anthropologist and author of Language: The Cultural Tool, tells us how a language spoken by a tribe living deep in the Amazon jungle poses a direct challenge to the widely-held view that language is inherent. Prize-winnin…
 
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