Sep
21

Address by Namita Gokhale, William Dalrymple, Navtej Sarna and Sanjoy K. Roy

Friday - 3:00 pm-4:00 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

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Sep
21

Simon Winchester in conversation with William Dalrymple

Friday - 4:15 pm-5:15 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

The making of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED), under the editorship of James Murray and others, was a monumental 50-year task requiring thousands of volunteers. In his book, The Meaning of Everything: The Story of the Oxford English Dictionary, British-American author and journalist Simon Winchester, tells the story of the OED and its early editors. Winchester’s popular book, The Surgeon of Crowthorne, also told the odd story of the murderer who contributed extensively from his prison cell. In conversation with William Dalrymple, Winchester gives a fascinating account of the creation of the greatest monument ever erected to a living language.

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Sep
21

Kathy Reichs in conversation with Arsen Kashkashian

Friday - 5:30 pm-6:30 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

Creator of the popular series Bones, Kathy Reichs is also a senior academic and forensic anthropologist. ‘Fastidiously conscientious about getting the science right’, she balances her passion for forensic anthropology with her dedication to writing, bringing deep layers of understanding and real life science to the investigation and exhumation of criminal mysteries. In an insightful session with Arsen Kashkashian, she speaks of her writing, popular science and communication, crime and punishment, gender and equity.

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Sep
22

Molly Crabapple and Shahzia Sikander in conversation with William Dalrymple

Saturday - 10:45 am-11:45 am
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library

Molly Crabapple and Shahzia Sikander have spent much of their careers examining the worlds of Islam through the prism of their art. Here they discuss art, politics, and their very different careers and artistic visions with William Dalrymple.

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Sep
22

Navtej Sarna in conversation with Sanjoy K. Roy

Saturday - 10:45 am-11:45 am
Canyon Theater

Navtej Sarna, Indian Ambassador to the United States of America, is the author of several acclaimed books of fiction and non-fiction, including romance, religion, and history. His diplomatic career has taken him to varied parts of the globe including Russia, Bhutan, Israel, the United Kingdom and the United States. In conversation with Sanjoy K. Roy, he speaks of his life and experiences as a diplomat and an observer of life.

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Sep
22

Laura Pritchett in conversation with Teow Lim Goh

Saturday - 10:45 am-11:45 am
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Laura Pritchett speaks of her latest book, The Blue Hour, which won the 2018 Colorado Book Award in Literary Fiction, and of her love for the mountains and the people that call them home. In conversation with fellow writer Teow Lim Goh she speaks of the characters and community that she brings to life with such skill and empathy.

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Sep
22

Krissy Jensen

Saturday - 10:45 am-11:45 am
Brook, Boulder Public Library

Families celebrate world cultures through books, music and play in this interactive storytime for all ages.

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Sep
22

Margo Jefferson in conversation with Maeve Conran

Saturday - 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library

Michael Jackson was once universally acclaimed as a song-and-dance man of genius. But Wacko Jacko is now, more often than not, dismissed for his bizarre race and gender transformations and confounding antics. Who was the elusive Michael Jackson? What do P. T. Barnum, Peter Pan, and Edgar Allan Poe have to do with our fascination with him? Margo Jefferson gives us the incontrovertible lowdown on call-him-what-you-wish, offering up a powerful reckoning with a quintessential, richly allusive signifier of American society and popular culture.

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Sep
22

Chigozie Obioma in conversation with Aruni Kashyap

Saturday - 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

Chigozie Obioma, a Nigerian writer of Igbo descent, speaks of his work with Indian writer and academic Aruni Kashyap. He explores the landscape of his fiction, including his first novel The Fishermen, and his highly anticipated second novel, An Orchestra of Minorities.

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Sep
22

Jeff Goodell and Mark Serreze in conversation with Marcus Moench

Saturday - 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Writer and journalist Jeff Goodell is the author of The Water Will Come: Rising Seas, Sinking Cities, and the Remaking of the Civilized World. Geographer Mark Serreze is the author of Brave New Arctic: The Untold Story of the Melting North, a gripping scientific adventure story that highlights the Arctic's extraordinary transformation as a harbinger of things to come and the challenge posed by a warming planet. In conversation with author Marcus Moench, who founded the Institution for Social and Environmental Transition-International, they discuss the rising of the waters and the looming impact of climate change.

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Sep
22

Pat Chapman

Saturday - 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
Brook

Ages 6-18 years In this workshop we will be using beautiful papers, a vast array of images collected from vintage books, magazines, and printed words to compose collage art that tells your own unique story. Every participant will leave the workshop with their magnificent creations. Younger children should be accompanied by an adult.

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Sep
22

Maya Jasanoff in conversation with William Dalrymple

Saturday - 1:30 pm-2:30 pm
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library

A visionary exploration of the life and times of Joseph Conrad, his turbulent age of globalization and our own, from one of the most exciting young historians writing today, Maya Jasanoff, Coolidge Professor of History at Harvard. Migration, terrorism, the tensions between global capitalism and nationalism, and a communications revolution: these forces shaped Conrad’s destiny at the dawn of the 20th century. His life story delivers a history of globalization from the inside out and reflects powerfully on the aspirations and challenges of the modern world.

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Sep
22

Brot Coburn, Dorje Dolma, Sujeev Shakya, and Wade Davis in conversation with Nikko Odiseos. Introduced by Namita Gokhale.

Saturday - 1:30 pm-2:30 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

The Himalayas, the youngest and tallest mountains in the world, share an interconnected geography, culture, and identity. From the unique perspective of climbers, travelers, anthropologists, writers, and Himalayan citizens, Broughton Coburn, Dorje Dolma, Sujeev Shakya, and Wade Davis in conversation with Nikko Odiseos discuss the geopolitical jigsaws of the region, the similarities within the differences of the trans-Himalayan belt, East of Southeast.

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Sep
22

Amitava Kumar in conversation with Suketu Mehta

Saturday - 1:30 pm-2:30 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Amitava Kumar’s new book, Immigrant, Montana, is part novel, part memoir. In conversation with Suketu Mehta, Kumar speaks of the varieties and vagaries of cultural misunderstanding through the eyes of a young Indian immigrant to the United States.

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Sep
22

To Be Announced

Saturday - 1:30 pm-2:30 pm
Brook
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Sep
22

John Freeman in conversation with Amitava Kumar, Chika Unigwe, Kiran Desai, and Preti Taneja

Saturday - 2:45 pm-3:45 pm
Skyscapes

For the last 15 years, whenever a novel was published, John Freeman was there to greet it. As a critic for more than 200 newspapers worldwide, the one-time president of the National Book Critics Circle, and the former editor of Granta, he has reviewed thousands of books and interviewed scores of writers. In this illuminating session, Freeman speaks to writers on the craft of writing and the art of reading.

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Sep
22

Priyamvada Natarajan introduced by Namita Gokhale

Saturday - 2:45 pm-3:45 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

Theoretical astrophysicist Priyamvada Natarajan is noted for her work in mapping dark matter, dark energy, and black holes. She is the author of Mapping the Heavens: The Radical Scientific Ideas That Reveal the Cosmos. Introduced by Namita Gokhale, she leads us on a tour of the “greatest hits” of cosmological discoveries over the past century.

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Sep
22

Margo Jefferson and Sharmila Sen in conversation with Philip Lutgendorf

Saturday - 2:45 pm-3:45 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Sharmila Sen is the author of Not Quite Not White, a first-generation immigrant’s exploration of race and assimilation in the United States. Margo Jefferson is the author of Negroland, a landmark work on privilege, discrimination, and the fallacy of post-racial America. In conversation with Philip Lutgendorf, they take us on an American journey into the heart of not-whiteness and speak of why whiteness retains the magic cloak of invisibility while other colors are made hypervisible.

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Sep
22

Sujeev Shakya

Saturday - 2:45 pm-3:45 pm
Brook, Boulder Public Library

Ages 15+years Nepalese writer, entrepreneur, and strategic thinker Sujeev Shakya leads us to connect body, mind, and soul through the life learnings of Buddha.

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Sep
22

Kiran Desai in conversation with Amitava Kumar

Saturday - 4:00 pm-5:00 pm
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library

Leading novelist of Indian origin, Kiran Desai, has won the Man Booker Prize and the NBCC Fiction Award. In conversation with academic and novelist Amitava Kumar, she discusses her writing, her beliefs, and the loneliness of the global world, in an illuminating conversation that encompasses many worlds and brings to life the craft of storytelling.

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Sep
22

Susan Murphy in conversation with Philip Lutgendorf

Saturday - 1:30 pm-1:30 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Susan Murphy talks about the toppled world of Sudha Johorey, the wife of an Indian diplomat who has given us eyewitness accounts on the turbulent transitions in the political and spiritual life of Tibet and Afghanistan.

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Sep
22

Maya Jasanoff, Ruby Lal, Simon Winchester, and Wade Davis in conversation with William Dalrymple

Saturday - 4:00 pm-5:00 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

How do you research and write someone else’s life and pin that life to the page? Biographers of figures as diverse as Nur Jahan, Joseph Conrad, George Mallory, Joseph Needham and W.C. Minor discuss techniques and obsessions with William Dalrymple.

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Sep
22

Anne Waldman in conversation with Preti Taneja

Saturday - 4:00 pm-5:00 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Writer, performer, collaborator, professor, editor, scholar, and cultural/political activist Anne Waldman reads from her new book, Trickster Feminisim, an edgy, visionary collection that meditates on gender, existence, passion, and activism, and discusses her life and work in the context of today’s political and cultural climate.

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Sep
22

Ngugi wa Thiong’o in conversation with Maya Jasanoff

Saturday - 5:15 pm-6:15 pm
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library

“To starve or kill a language is to starve or kill a people’s memory bank.” Ngugi wa Thiong’o is a Kenyan writer formally working in English, and now writing in Gikuyu. In conversation with historian Maya Jasanoff, he speaks of his groundbreaking work on language and its role in national culture, history, and identity.

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Sep
22

Brian Aivars Catlos in conversation with Aun Hasan Ali

Saturday - 5:15 pm-6:15 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Scholar Brian A. Catlos on the magisterial, myth-dispelling history of Islamic Spain, which spans the millennium between the founding of Islam in the 7th century, and the final expulsion of Spain’s Muslims in the 17th century. A fascinating conversation with Aun Hasan Ali.

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Sep
22

Harinder Sikka, Kathy Reichs, and Sabrina Dhawan in conversation with Sanjoy K. Roy

Saturday - 6:30 pm-7:30 pm
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library

In a world of enhanced books with digital crossovers, Harinder Sikka, Sabrina Dhawan, and Kathy Reichs discuss with Sanjoy K. Roy the creative collaborations that enable the movement from script to screen, how text-driven narratives get transformed into dynamic scripts and immersive moving images.

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Sep
22

Vanessa Sasson in conversation with Namita Gokhale

Saturday - 6:30 pm-7:30 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Yashodhara was the wife of the Gautam Buddha, the father of Buddhism. Vanessa R. Sasson resurrects her in Yasodhara: A Novel About the Buddha’s Wife, a fictional account of a tragic and forgotten life. In conversation with writer and festival co-director Namita Gokhale, she speaks of what drew her to the story of Yasodhara, the woman who was left behind in the search for salvation.

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Sep
23

Wade Davis in conversation with Brot Coburn

Sunday - 11:45 am-12:45 pm
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library

Named by the National Geographical Society as one of the Explorers for the Millennium, Wade Davis, an anthropologist, ethnobotanist, author, and photographer, has spent a lifetime focusing on worldwide indigenous cultures. In conversation with travel writer, academic, and conservationist Broughton Coburn, he speaks of the intense pleasures of travel, the delights of ethnographic research, and his studies of cultures at the far edge of the world.

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Sep
23

Nassim Nicholas Taleb introduced by Namita Gokhale

Sunday - 11:45 am-12:45 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

“Never trust anyone who doesn’t have skin in the game. Without it, fools and crooks will benefit, and their mistakes will never come back to haunt them.” Nassim Nicholas Taleb, the contrarian, the Lebanese-American essayist, scholar, statistician, and risk analyst, described as the “hottest thinker in the world”, speaks of his most recent book, Skin in the Game: Hidden Asymmetries in Daily Life, which redefines what it means to understand the world, succeed in a profession, contribute to a fair and just society, detect nonsense, and influence others.

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Sep
23

Léonora Miano in conversation with Arsen Kashkashian

Sunday - 11:45 am-12:25 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Novelist Léonora Miano is the much awarded author of 14 books. Her novel, Seasons of the Shadow, depicts the early days of the transatlantic slave trade from the moving perspective of the sub-Saharan population that became its first victims. In conversation with Arsen Kashkashian, she discusses her work and the influences on and contexts of her writing.

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Sep
23

To Be Announced

Sunday - 11:45 am-12:45 pm
Brook
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23

Michael Puett in conversation with Terry Kleeman

Sunday - 1:15 pm-2:15 pm
Skyscapes

Award-winning Harvard University professor Michael Puett shares his wildly popular course on classical Chinese philosophy, showing us how ancient ideas—like the fallacy of the authentic self—can guide us on the path to a good life today. Why is a course on ancient Chinese philosophers one of the most popular at Harvard? Because it challenges all our modern assumptions about what it takes to flourish. Astonishing teachings emerged 2000 years ago through the work of a succession of Chinese scholars exploring how humans can improve themselves and their society. And what are these counterintuitive ideas? Michael Puett discusses this in conversation with academic Terry Kleeman.

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Sep
23

Broughton Coburn, Suketu Mehta, Wade Davis, Molly Crabapple and Simon Winchester in conversation with William Dalrymple

Sunday - 1:15 pm-2:15 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

Travel writing is one of the most ancient forms of literature, but does it have any relevance in the age of the internet, globalization, and Google Maps? Travel writers Broughton Coburn, Wade Davis, Suketu Mehta, Molly Crabapple, and Simon Winchester discuss the genre with William Dalrymple and read from their work.

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Sep
23

Chika Unigwe and Marcia Douglas in conversation

Sunday - 1:15 pm-2:15 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Chika Unigwe is the author of On Black Sisters Street, a novel that illuminates the dream of the west and sisterhood, as seen through African eyes. Marcia Douglas is the author of The Marvellous Occasions of the Dread: A Novel in Bass Riddim, which explores the twin stories of Jamaica's nihilistic violence and its wondrously creative humanity. In conversation, they discuss writing women’s perspectives and the sense of sorority that informs their work.

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Sep
23

TO be Announced!

Sunday - 1:15 pm-2:15 pm
Brook
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Sep
23

To Be Announced

Sunday - 2:30 pm-3:30 pm
Skyscapes
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23

Ruby Lal in conversation with Shahzia Sikander

Sunday - 2:30 pm-3:30 pm
Canyon Theater, Boulder Public Library

Four centuries ago, a woman ruled the Mughal Empire. Her multifaceted personality was both celebrated and reviled for her political acumen and diplomatic skill. She led troops, issued imperial orders, and had coins of the realm in her name. Acclaimed historian Ruby Lal, in conversation with Shahzia Sikander, brings to life the complex personality of a woman ahead of her times.

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Sep
23

Arun Maira in conversation with Maeve Conran

Sunday - 2:30 pm-3:30 pm
Steps, Boulder Public Library

Social media tends to polarize democracy rather than expand it, and people seem to not be listening to each other anymore. Can digital technology, which has become a forum for cynical social manipulation and limitless rage, deliver a neutral medium? How can the toxic effects of negative emotional contagion be healed? In this crucial session on the power of listening in private and public discourse, economist Arun Maira, author of Listening for Well-Being: Conversations with People Not Like Us, will discuss the power of listening with Maeve Conran.

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Sep
23

Celebrating Our Differences: Musical Storytime: Melanie Borski Howard and Alice Eccles

Sunday - 2:30 pm-3:30 pm
Brook

Join in singing and celebrating diversity in this special musical storytime.

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23

Chigozie Obioma, Preti Taneja, and Sabrina Dhawan in conversation with Ami Dayan

Sunday - 3:45 pm-4:45 pm
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library

The bard of Avon has influenced and impacted writers through the centuries and across the continents. Novelist Chigozie Obioma acknowledges the influence of Shakespeare and Milton on his reading and writing. Preti Taneja’s brilliant novel, We That Are Young, is based on King Lear. Sabrina Dhawan is an acclaimed screenwriter who has written for film and theater. In conversation with Theater director Ami Dayan, they speak of how people in different countries and cultures adapt Shakespeare across traditions, and how he remains forever contemporary.

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23

Lynn Gehl, Jessica Ordaz, and Suketu Mehta in conversation

Sunday - 3:45 pm-4:45 pm
Canyon Theater

An impassioned session about Indigenous peoples, First Nations and immigrants and the contemporary issues they face, looking at the sense of dislocation and despair experienced by communities who feel cheated of their rights. Suketu Mehta is the author of the upcoming This Land Is Their Land: An Impassioned Argument About Immigration and Its Discontents. Jessica Ordaz is an academic currently completing a book manuscript titled The Functions of Immigration Detention: Forced Labor, Transnational Migrant Politics and Punishment in California’s Imperial Valley, 1939-2014. Lynn Gehl is an Algonquin Anishinaabe-kwe advocate, writer, and an outspoken critic of colonial law and policies that harm Indigenous women, men, children, and the land. She is author of The Truth that Wampum Tells: My Debwewin on the Algonquin Land Claims Process.

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23

Jovan Mays and Serena Chopra moderated by Aruni Kashyap

Sunday - 3:45 pm-4:45 pm
Steps

Jovan Mays is the Emeritus Poet Laureate of Aurora, Colorado, and the Director of Your Writing Counts, a youth poetry program that engages over 200,000 students annually in the Denver metro area. Serena Chopra is an author and a poet, currently composing a novel informed by her research with queer women in Bangalore, India. Together, they speak of oppression and powerlessness, discrimination and racism, as well as of the power of words and stories, of giving voice to silence, and of breaking out with the resonance of shared narratives.

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23

Sunday - 4:45 pm-5:15 pm
Skyscapes, Boulder Public Library
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