Lisa APPIGNANESI

Biography

Gender Female
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Birthdate 1946-01-04
Education McGill Univ Montreal (BA, MA), Univ of Sussex (PhD)
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Style Dr Lisa Appignanesi, OBE
Career univ lectr 1971-80, fndr memb Writers and Readers Publishing 1976-89, dep dir ICA 1981-90, freelance writer 1990-; gen ed Big Ideas series Profile Books 2007-11; visiting prof in literature and medical humanities KCL 2011-; pres English PEN 2007-10 (memb Prison Ctee 2003-, vice-pres 2004-07), chair No Offence campaign, chair Freud Museum London 2007-; memb: Cncl ICA 1999-, Ctee on the Arts LSE 1999-2000, Mgmnt Ctee Soc of Authors 1996-99, Soc of Authors, PEN; judge: Betty Trask Prize 1993, Wingate Prize 2011, Orange Prize 2012; patron Writers in Exile; participant in numerous confs, int lectr and memb many panels; Wellcome Tst People Award; Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (France) 1988; >ir< exec prodr: No Place Quite Like It (BBC) 1987, Intruders at the Palace (BBC) 1988, The World of Gypsy Music (BBC) 1988, England's Henry Moore (Channel 4) 1991, Seductions (four short plays by Marina Warner, Jenny Diski, Geoff Dyer and Edmund White, Channel 4) 1991; series conslt Fin de Siècle (Channel 4) 1992, co-dir and author Rendez Vous à New York: Un portrait de Salman Rushdie (FR3) 1999, Salman Rushdie: Imagining India (Arte) 2011; series ed Writers in Conversation (ICA video) 1993-90; >ir< writer and presenter: Cabaret (BBC Radio 4) 1978, The Case of Sigmund Freud (BBC Radio 4) 2000; presenter: Nightwaves (BBC Radio 3) 2002-03, Freudian Slips (Radio 4) 2005; contrib to numerous progs incl Routes of English, Kaleidoscope, Woman's Hour, Start the Week, BBC 4 Archive Hour, Saturday Review
Food and drink etiquette

Food and drink etiquette

Debrett's notebooks

Debrett's notebooks

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