August 14: The Man with a Story and a Song | BIC Streams in Collaboration with ICF. The Life and Times of Girish Karnad with Arshia Sattar, Padmavati Rao, Ramakant G Joshi, Raghu Karnad, Srinath Perur and Githa Hariharan. at 6:30 pm
March 6: Book Discussion: Harsh Mander’s Locking Down the Poor: The Pandemic and India’s Moral Centre with discussants: Vinay Lal, Hilal Ahmed, Neera Chandhoke, the publisher Ravi Singh, the author Harsh Mander and moderator Githa Hariharan at 12 noon.
February 13: Meet the Author: Githa Hariharan at the Shoolini Literature Festival, organized by Shoolini University moderator Manju Jaidk. Between 11:45 am to 12:30 pm IST.
November 25: Virtual Guest Lecture Series, organized by the Amity Institute of English Studies and Research, Amity University Kolkata. Between 4 to 5 pm IST.
September 1: Commencement Lecture Online “Finding our Voices: The Multiple Narratives of a University Education” at Jindal School of Liberal Arts and Humanities (JSLH). O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU). From 9:30 am to 10 am.
June 4: Special Online Lecture. Department Of English, Midnapore College(Autonomous), Midnapore, West Bengal. Streamed live.
February 18: The Raza Foundation in collaboration with India International Centre: Art Matters-LXVII; A discussion on The Writer and her World- Krishna Sobti by Vasudha Dalmia, Anuradha Kapur, and Githa Hariharan. Seminar Halls 2 & 3, Kamladevi Complex, India International Centre, New Delhi at 06:15 pm.
February 1: “I Have Become the Tide”, Launch of Malayalam translation of the novel, and conversation with Johny M L, NS Madhavan will launch the book at Mathrubhumi’s 3rd edition of Mathrubhumi International Festival of Letters (MBIFL’20) in Kanakakunnu Palace, Thiruvananthapuram, 4 pm.
February 1: “CONVERSATION: Postcolonial Distractions: From Africa to the Caribbean to the Indian Subcontinent, what are the postcolonial influences in contemporary writing?” In conversation with Peter Kimani, Susheila Nasta, and Priya K Nair at Mathrubhumi’s 3rd edition of Mathrubhumi International Festival of Letters (MBIFL’20) in Kanakakunnu Palace, Thiruvananthapuram, 1 pm
January 24: “I Have Become the Tide: Githa Hariharan in conversation with Supriya Chaudhuri” at Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet (Kalam), Son-et-Lumiere, Victoria Memorial Hall, 5:30 pm.
January 23: “Vision 2020-Being Woman: Priya Ramani, Githa Hariharan, and Anuradha Kapoor on the roadmap for women in a new decade” at Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet (Kalam), Son-et-Lumiere, Victoria Memorial Hall, 1 pm