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Natur & Kultur Literary Agenda

The Natur & Kultur Literary Agenda is a three-year initiative that gives students the opportunity to participate in book circles and author’s talks or literary lectures arranged by the school. The aim is to promote self-reflection, empathy and cultural literacy among students.

“We hope the literature in the Literary Agenda opens up new worlds for students, helping them see circumstances from other people’s perspectives. Future leaders will need this empathy and capacity for reflection,” says President Lars Strannegård.

If you would like to participate in the Literary Agenda as a student or as a leader, please e-mail literaryagenda@hhs.se.

Find Literary Agenda FAQs here.

Each member of the initiative receives the books for free and are provided free meals for the book circle discussions. All students who attend at least five book-circles, and writes a reflection paper will be awarded the SSE McKinsey & Co Literary Certificate.

More than 260 students, doctoral students, faculty and staff signed up to be part of the second year of SSE Literary Agenda – 60 more students than the academic year 2018/2019. The initiative is financed by Stiftelsen Natur & Kultur and also supported by McKinsey & Co.

Would you like to know more about the Natur & Kultur Literary Agenda? Please feel free to contact Tinni Ernsjöö Rappe, who manages it.

To see a list of all the books we have read in the Literary Agenda 2018-2020, please click here.

To see the list of past and upcoming author talks and literary lectures, please click here.

To read more about the Natur & Kultur Literary Agenda in the media, please click here.

In 2020, the Library at SSE is organising Library Sessions with poets, translators and teachers. Watch the films here.

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