29 January 2018 Jaipur Literature Festival JLF Schedule

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JLF 2018 - Jaipur Literature Festival is entitled as worlds richest and best literature festival of the world. It is also known as JLF and started in 2005. In the first year of JLF, there are only 18 guest writers & a small number of 100 visitors. And then in the year 2016, this number is increased to 250 writers, poets, philosophers, musicians, thinkers & artists from nearly all fields of art & whopping 60000 visitors attended this 5 days long festival. In 2018, Jaipur Literature Festival is scheduled from 24th of January to 29th of January 2018 and Jaipur Book Mark Event is scheduled on 24th - 28th January of 2018. It is a place where lots of stars gather together, some of these are Gulzaar, Shashi Tharoor, Tasleema Nasreen, Javed Akhtar, Prasoon Joshi, Oprah Winfrey, Shobha De, Sadhguru, Alex Ross, Andrew Roberts, etc.  Continue Reading - > JLF speakers.

On 29th of January, 2018 Jaipur Literature Festival is Scheduled as: - 

At 09:15 to 09:50 Am

  •  Venue: - Bank of Baroda Front Lawn. Activity: - Morning Music Tritha & Martin.

At 10:00 to 11:00 Am

  • Venue: - Cox & Kings Charbagh. Activity: - The Fictional Leap Kiran Nagarkar in conversation with Vivek Shanbhag.
  • Venue: - Bank of Baroda Front Lawn. Activity: - Narratives of Power, Songs of Resistance Jovan Mays and Sujatha Gidla in conversation with Ajoy Bose Presented by Aga Khan Foundation.
  • Venue: - Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent. Activity: - The Book of Chocolate Saints Jeet Thayil in conversation with Sampurna Chattarji.
  • Venue: - Amity University Baithak. Activity: - Ideas of China Anne Cheng, C. Raja Mohan, Nicolas Idier and Tom Miller in conversation with Jyoti Malhotra.
  • Venue: - Durbar Hall. Activity: - Rajasthali: Dharti ri Koonkh Abhimanyu Singh Arha, Bulaki Sharma and Reena Menaria in conversation with Arvind Singh AshiyaPatrika Impact Series.
  • Venue: - AU Bank Samvad. Activity: - America Trumped: How Did This Happen? Matt Frei introduced by Suzy Hansen.

At 11:15 Am to 12:15 Pm

  • Venue: - Cox & Kings Charbagh. Activity: - History, Myth and the Spaces in Between Gurcharan Das, Philip A. Lutgendorf and Samhita Arni in conversation with Malashri Lal Presented by Dainik Bhaskar.
  • Venue: - Bank of Baroda Front Lawn. Activity: - Writing the Arab World Alia Malek, Rabih Alameddine and Raja Shahdehah in conversation with Susan Abulhawa.
  • Venue: - Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent. Activity: - The Green Road into the Hills: Writing the Natural World Adam Nicolson, Alexandra Harris and Hugh Thomson in conversation with Pradip Krishen Presented by Dainik Bhaskar.
  • Venue: - Amity University Baithak. Activity: - Reinventing the Novel Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, Charmaine Craig, Chika Unigwe, Joshua Ferris and Linda Spalding in conversation with Chandrahas Choudhury Presented by Amity University.
  • Venue: - Durbar Hall. Activity: - Breaking Free: The Novel and Gender Anosh Irani and Sandip Roy in conversation with Bee Rowlatt.
  • Venue: - AU Bank Samvad. Activity: - Why Being Fair Matters, Especially When it Doesn’t Jyoti Gupta in conversation with Puneeta Roy with recitations by Jovan Mays and Melizarani T. Selva.

At 12:30 to 01:30 Pm

  • Venue: - Cox & Kings Charbagh. Activity: - Active Listening and the Anger Epidemic Arun Maira and Swati Chaturvedi in conversation with Mihir S. Sharma.
  • Venue: - Bank of Baroda Front Lawn. Activity: - Hindi Medium: Language and Elitism Annie Montaut, Avinash Das, Satyanand Nirupam, Satya Vyas and Vineet Kumar in conversation with Anu Singh Choudhary Presented by Dainik Bhaskar.
  • Venue: - Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent. Activity: - The Rohingya Crisis Azeem Ibrahim, Jeffrey Gettleman, Nick Perry, Praveen Swami and Shelley Thakral in conversation with Salil Tripathi.
  • Venue: - Amity University Baithak. Activity: - We That Are Young: Dreams and Dystopias Prayaag Akbar and Preti Taneja in conversation with Mohini Gupta.
  • Venue: - Durbar Hall. Activity: - The Reformation: Europe’s House Divided Diarmaid MacCulloch introduced by William Dalrymple Presented by The British Academy.
  • Venue: - AU Bank Samvad. Activity: - The Dance of Democracy Jyoti Kiran, Manvendra Singh, Pavan K. Varma and Sachin Pilot in conversation with Kota Neelima Patrika Impact Series.

01:40 to 02:20 PM

  • Venue: - Cox & Kings Charbagh. Activity: - Fashion and Modernity Anja Aronowsky Cronej, Malika Verma Kashyap and Paola Antonelli in conversation with Pramod Kumar K.G. Presented by MoMA.
  • Venue: - Bank of Baroda Front Lawn. Activity: -  The Craft of Political Biography: Yogi Adityanath and Mayawati Shantanu Gupta and Ajoy Bose in conversation with Snigdha Poonam.
  • Venue: - Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent. Activity: - Book Launch Trials of Truth: India’s Landmark Criminal Cases by Pinky Anand and Gauri Goburdhun, launch by Kathy Reichs.
  • Venue: - Amity University Baithak. Activity: - Across Genres Humprey Hawksley, Lathika George, Nupur Paiva and Sujatha Gidla in conversation with Manu Joseph.
  • Venue: - Darbar Hall. Activity: - Lunch.
  • Venue: - AU Bank Samvad. Activity: - Across Barbed Wires Markiyan Kamysh in conversation with Jeffrey Gettleman.

02:30 to 03:30 PM

  • Venue: - Cox & Kings Charbagh. Activity: - Among the Insurgents Cathy Scott-Clark, Michael Vatikiotis and Peter Bergen in conversation with Charlie English.
  • Venue: - Bank of Baroda Front Lawn. Activity: - The Afropolitans Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, Chika Unigwe and Nadifa Mohamed introduced by Abeer Y. Hoque.
  • Venue: - Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent. Activity: - The Islamic Enlightenment Christopher de Bellaigue introduced by Suzy Hansen Presented by Aga Khan Foundation.
  • Venue: - Amity University Baithak. Activity: - Baaz: India’s Most Fearless Anuja Chauhan and Shiv Aroor in conversation with Aanchal Malhotra.
  • Venue: - Durbar Hall. Activity: - A Tale of Two Cities: From Chandni Chowk to Chowringhee Kushanava Choudhury, Pilar Maria Guerrieri and Sam Miller in conversation with William Dalrymple.
  • Venue: - AU Bank Samvad. Activity: - On Balance: Journalistic Objectivity Aditi Maheshwari Goyal, Rajeev Punnoli and Sudhir Choudhury in conversation with Vineet Kumar.

03:45 to 04:45 PM

  • Venue: - Cox & Kings Charbagh. Activity: - Not the Nine O’Clock News Matt Frei, Odd Harald Hauge, Pavan K. Varma and Sujatha Gidla in conversation with Seema Sirohi.
  • Venue: - Bank of Baroda Front Lawn. Activity: - The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World Maya Jasanoff introduced by Martin Puchner Presented by Harvard University Press.
  • Venue: - Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent. Activity: - After Patagonia: Remembering Bruce Chatwin Elizabeth Chatwin, Nicholas Shakespeare and Redmond O’Hanlon introduced by William Dalrymple.
  • Venue: - Amity University Baithak. Activity: - Rajasthan: Badalte Mahaul Mein Media Falguni Bansal, L.P. Pant, Vinod Bhardwaj and Yash Goyal in conversation with Rajendra Bora Presented by MY FM.
  • Venue: - Durbar Hall. Activity: -   Where the Line is Drawn: Crossing Boundaries in Occupied Palestine Raja Shehadeh in conversation with Susan Abulhawa.
  • Venue: - AU Bank Samvad. Activity: - Anil’s Ghost Michael Ondaatje in conversation with Chandrahas Choudhury.

04:45 to 05:15 PM

  • Venue: - Cox & Kings Charbagh. Activity: - The Silent Sentinels of Ranthambore Bina Kak.
  • Venue: - Rajen Kilachand Mughal Tent. Activity: - India’s Elephants: A Cultural Legacy Tripti Pandey introduced by Edward Dickinson.
  • Venue: - Amity University Baithak. Activity: - Supergirls: Young and Old Atima Mankotia and Shabnam Minwalla.
  • Venue: - Durbar Hall. Activity: - The Colour of Words: Poetry Readings Era Tak, Rene Singh and Renee Singh introduced by Chhavi Jain.
  • Venue: - AU Bank Samvad. Activity: - Tea

05:15 to 06:15 PM

  • Venue: - Bank of Baroda Front Lawn. Activity: - Closing Debate #MeToo: Do Men Still Have It too Easy? Bee Rowlatt, Pinky Anand, Ruchira Gupta, Sandip Roy, and Vinod Dua, moderated by Namita Bhandare.

Note: - All data are collected from the official website of Jaipur Literature Festival. If you want more details regarding speakers schedule, Registration, then visit the official website of Jaipur Literature Festival 2018.

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