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LSE Review of Books

18 tracks, 5.47.18 LSE Podcasts on July 23, 2012 15:46

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  1. 1. LSE Review of Books in Brazil: Favela life: From Drugs Gangs to Drums Beats 35.50 423 plays
  2. 2. LSE Review of Books | LSE Literary Festival 2014 | The books that inspired Ellen Helsper 11.12 188 plays
  3. 3. LSE Review of Books | LSE Literary Festival 2014 | The books that inspired David Stephenson 8.51 348 plays
  4. 4. LSE Review of Books | LSE Literary Festival 2014 | The books that inspired Craig Calhoun 8.16 288 plays
  5. 5. LSE Review of Books in Brazil: Rio in transition 21.59 252 plays
  6. 6. LSE Review of Books - Episode 8: Architecture and Design: Framing the urban experience 29.18 400 plays
  7. 7. LSE Review of Books - Academic Inspiration: Deputy Director of LSE Stuart Corbridge 8.01 479 plays
  8. 8. LSE Review of Books - Episode 7: Behind Economics and Finance 32.00 406 plays
  9. 9. LSE Review of Books - Women's Library @ LSE 8.19 914 plays
  10. 10. LSE Review of Books | LSE Literary Festival 2013 | Academic Inspiration: Favourite fiction II 15.20 593 plays
  11. 11. LSE Review of Books | LSE Literary Festival 2013 | Special Edition Preview Podcast 10.00 274 plays
  12. 12. LSE Review of Books | LSE Literary Festival 2013 | Academic Inspiration: Favourite works of fiction 8.50 252 plays
  13. 13. LSE Review of Books - Episode 6: China 29.25 1557 plays
  14. 14. LSE Review of Books - Episode 5: Democracy and its Discontents 30.07 483 plays
  15. 15. LSE Review of Books - Episode 4: London 2012 Olympics - What happens when global meets local? 28.06 574 plays
  16. 16. LSE Review of Books - Episode 3: Marxism and the Left 12.59 464 plays
  17. 17. LSE Review of Books - Episode 2: Gender and Feminism 23.25 318 plays
  18. 18. LSE Review of Books - Episode 1: Language 25.12 433 plays

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    The LSE Review of Books podcasts aim to give listeners the opportunity to hear prolific authors and academics discuss the ideas behind their latest books. The podcasts feature author interviews centred around topics which spark debates in academia and across our world.

    LSE Review of Books blog: http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/lsereviewofbooks/

    LSE Video and Audio: http://www2.lse.ac.uk/newsAndMedia/videoAndAudio/channels/lseReviewOfBooksBlog/

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