Adam Gopnik in Conversation with Marsha Lederman

Moderator: Marsha Lederman

Event Number: 73

Free (pay what you can)

Adam Gopnik in Conversation with Marsha Lederman

Saturday, Oct 26
Waterfront Theatre

1412 Cartwright Street

During the Member presale, only 30% of the house can be booked for Saturday events. This event has already hit that capacity. More pay what you can tickets for this event will be available when public sales begin at 10am on Monday, September 16.

“Adam Gopnik is one of the greatest thinkers and wordsmiths of our age,” says On Being’s Krista Tippett. Veteran New Yorker contributor and NYT-bestselling author, Adam Gopnik is an acclaimed essayist, known for his fierce intellect and signature wit. Who better to take on one of modern democracy’s most pressing issues? In A Thousand Small Sanities, Gopnik interrogates the crisis of liberalism. Interrogating why liberalism has come under attack from both the left and the right, he stages a rousing defense of liberal ideology. In eye-opening conversation with Globe & Mail Western Arts Correspondent Marsha Lederman, Gopnik engages in a fierce defense of a maligned ideology, making it a must-see for anyone concerned with our contentious moral and political futures.

Event Participants:

Adam Gopnik


Adam Gopnik is a staff writer at The New Yorker; he has written for the magazine since 1986. Gopnik has three National Magazine awards, for essays and for criticism, and also a George Polk Award for Magazine Reporting. In March of 2013, Gopnik was awarded the medal of Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters. The author of numerous bestselling books, including Paris to the Moon, he lives in New York City., @adamgopnik

Appearance generously supported by Tourism Vancouver.