DIARY 2016

August 2016

30th July - 06th August 2016
Dartington Summer Schools - details soon

July 2016

8th March 2016
RCA Visual Cultures Lecture Series 2016
MW in conversation with curator Catherine David and the artist and writer C
hris Kraus.

1st March 2016
StAnza 2016 - Scotland's International Poetry Festival - St Andrew's, Scotland

Marina Warner - The Way We Live Now - Is British culture a myth?
On the eve of StAnza, the Byre Theatre and the University of St Andrews will host a debate, sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council, on the theme Is British culture a myth? The speakers will be the literary critic and writer Marina Warner, the poet and critic Robert Crawford, and leading academics Ali Ansari and Murray Pittock. The debate will be livestreamed to Cardiff where a parallel event is being held.
All details can be found here.


March 2016

27th February 2016
Word Factory, Waterstones Picadilly

11th Feburary 2016
John Rylands Memorial Lecture, Manchester

10th February 2016
MW contributed 'Visions of the Honeycomb' an essay for Incidents of Travel in the Multiverse by AL and AL published by Cornerhouse UK 2016) pp 68-76. Published to accompany the exhibition at HOME, Manchester, 6 Feb – 27 Mar 2016. Curated by Bren O'Callaghan & Sarah Perks.More details can be found here.


3rd February 2016
University of Chichester
MW gives a reading about her recent collection of short stories, Fly Away Home

February 2016

30th January 2016
This year's Malcolm Bowie Memorial Lecture, 'Proust and music, politics and flesh', will be delivered by Jacqueline Rose. The lecture will take place at 2:30 pm on 30 January 2016, at Room B04, Birkbeck School of Arts, 43 Gordon Square, WC1H 0PD London.

The lecture is open to the public; however, spaces will be limited. Book a free place on Eventbrite.
Details can be found here.


January 2016

BBC Radio 4 - Thinking Allowed: Rituals at Christmas & beyond
First broadcast on 28th December 2015

Laurie Taylor presents a special programme on the place of rituals in everyday life. How have they changed over time and do we still need them? He's joined by Adam Kuper, Centennial Professor in Anthropology at the London School of Economics and Political Science; Marina Warner, writer and mythographer and Elizabeth Pleck, Professor Emeritu of History and Human Development & Family Studies at the University of Illinois.

Details can be found here.



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