An Evening With The Browser

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The Parlour

144 5th Avenue 2nd Floor

New York, NY 10011

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An Evening with The Browser: 'Writers We Admire'

The Browser in conversation with:

Jonathan Rauch

Jonathan’s book, ‘Gay Marriage’, changed the terms of a national debate. His essay on introversion was the most-read piece ever published by The Atlantic. Jonathan will be talking about, and reading from, his forthcoming book, ‘The Happiness Curve’, explaining why life gets better after 50

Hermione Hoby

The New York Times acclaims Hermione Hoby as the heir of Joan Didion and Renata Adler. Hermione will be talking about, and reading from, her debut novel, 'Neon In Daylight’, described by Nylon as "a deliriously beautiful, sometimes tragic tale of ambition and currency and lust and sloth"

Susan Schneider

Susan is a cognitive scientist and professor of philosophy at the University of Connecticut. She works, publishes and broadcasts on questions of consciousness, artificial intelligence, and philosophy of mind. Susan will be discussing AI and the future of work with …

Anatole Kaletsky

Anatole is an economist, a co-founder of The Browser, author of ‘Capitalism 4.0’, a governor of the Institute For New Economic Thinking, and a columnist for Project Syndicate. He advises financial institutions on macroeconomics through his consulting firm, Gavekal Dragonomics

Drinks and light food will be served.

The event is upstairs. There will be someone at street level to guide you up.

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The Parlour

144 5th Avenue 2nd Floor

New York, NY 10011

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