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Can Stories Save The World? Panel discussion

Everything is connected
Montage of author photos and book jackets
  • 9 Nov 2023 View Dates & Times

    The expected runtime of this event is 75 minutes

  • The Woodshed
  • Talks
  • Adults
  • £10 Per Person

A panel discussion exploring the role of storytelling, children's literature and the climate crisis for parents and teachers.

With the explosion of children's books about eco warriors and the natural word, a distinguished panel of story experts discuss how story creators and sharers can harness the new wave of environmentalism to positively capture children's imagination without terrifying them, and explore how storytelling can help us imagine a more sustainable and hopeful future.

Listen to an expert panel chaired by Professor Pablo Mukherjee, with authors Hannah Gold, Patience Agbabi, Sita Bramachari and Piers Torday.

This panel discussion is part of Everything is Connected in partnership with University of Oxford Cultural Humanities Programme.

Suitable for adults

  • 9 Nov 2023 View Dates & Times

    The expected runtime of this event is 75 minutes

  • The Woodshed
  • Talks
  • Adults
  • £10 Per Person