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Tue, 12 Mar

Rob Henderson: The Era of Luxury Beliefs

Why are the top 1% so politically correct? Rob Henderson coined the term ‘luxury beliefs’ to explain how affluent people signal high status with ‘woke’ ideas. In his new memoir ‘Troubled’, Henderson tells the story of a difficult childhood and how it opened his eyes to the hypocrisy of America’s elite. He joins UnHerd’s Freddie Sayers to discuss the concept of luxury beliefs and much more.

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Mon, 25 Mar

Michael Taylor: Dinosaurs and the death of religion

The discovery of dinosaurs upended our understanding of the origins of the world and made way for the secular age we’re living in. Now atheism seems to be falling back out of fashion, what does the war between rationalism and religion have to tell us about our future? Author and historian Michael Taylor joins UnHerd to talk about his new book ‘Impossible Monsters’.

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Thu, 23 May

Marilynne Robinson: Reading Genesis

Pulitzer prize-winning novelist and essayist Marilynne Robinson (Gilead, Housekeeping) makes a rare public appearance at the UnHerd Club on 23 May to discuss her new book Reading Genesis. Follow her journey between the past and present for an evening of reflection on the radical beauty of biblical writing.

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