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SOAS University of London 12h
‘Carceral regimes are always racialised, gendered, and classed, driven by the logic that large sections of the population need to be violently managed.’ Dr. Awino Okech explores the lessons and legacy of the campaign.
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SOAS University of London 13h
Activists Stella Dadzie and Kelechi Okafor discuss Black womanhood on – a podcast by freelance journalist, oral historian and SOAS MA student
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SOAS University of London 19h
SOAS joins and to speak about Political Science programmes at UG and PG level -today at 17.30 CET. Join our speaker, Dr. Bhavna Davé, in a Study UK webinar here:
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SOAS University of London 20h
Check out 's new podcast, The Internationalist, with the first episode exploring decolonising higher education featuring incoming SOAS Director . Listen now:
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SOAS University of London Oct 28
From Reggae to Jazz, House to Jungle, explores the genres that document the Black British experience. Part of the SOAS series.
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SOAS University of London Oct 28
'The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons does not give us a nuclear-weapon-free world at the moment -- but its importance cannot be easily dismissed.' Riccardo Labianco | PhD Researcher
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SOAS University of London Oct 28
Edith Penrose developed a new dynamic approach to understanding business performance. Learn about her legacy in this School of Finance and Management virtual event, today at 4pm.
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SOAS Centre for Sustainable Finance Oct 28
New blogpost by John Beirne & on the links between climate change and sovereign risk.
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SOAS University of London Oct 28
Congratulations to SOAS alumna Karolina Grzech () who will receive the 2021 DELAMAN Award for her ELAR collection 'Upper Napo Kichwa: Documenting Language and Culture'👏 also received an honorable mention.
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SOAS University of London Oct 27
Recent SOAS graduate, The Urban Nomad, shares his creative poetry as part of - and to reflect on - our series.
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SOAS University of London Oct 27
Unclear about the events in ? We asked PhD student Bulama Bukarti to explain exactly what's been happening.
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SOAS University of London Oct 27
Livestreaming Lekki: digital evidence of shooting in Nigeria makes impunity much harder Dr Olamide Samuel () writes for :
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SOAS China Institute Oct 26
'What is identity?' By Dr Hsin-I Sydney Yueh () for the China Institute blog Read here 👉
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SOAS University of London Oct 26
What’s it like when your mother designs a national flag? interviews Ama Okah, who experienced just that, as part of . This blog is part of our SOAS series.
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SOAS University of London Oct 26
'The unprecedented crisis that the world is living through calls for a re-think of the approach of world leaders and the Bretton Woods institutions.' Maria Jose Romero | PhD Researcher
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SOAS University of London Oct 25
"These conversations are so important that they need to happen throughout the year as opposed to just in one month." Gavin Alexander, Co-founder, Black & Queer at SOAS
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SOAS University of London Oct 23
You’ve heard of Martin Luther King - but what about Jocelyn Barrow, or Mavis Best? Simangaliso explores the little-known Black Women who were instrumental in the civil rights movement in Britain, as part of our blog series.
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SOAS University of London Oct 22
Christine M. Jacobsen of the University of Bergen discusses key issues in the representation of refugees + asylum seekers waiting at refugee camps, asylum reception, detention centres + border crossings. ➡️Wed 28 Oct - 5-7pm Tickets:
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SOAS University of London Oct 22
How does the process of globalisation affect the Global South and what are the exclusionary practices of capital that increase the gap between the rich and the poor? Explore this and more at 1pm today in the panel, Capital and Conflict, as part of :
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SOAS University of London Oct 22
On 3 November, students from will be taking part in ' US Election show which will give experts and students from across the world the chance to debate and analyse the US Presidential Election:
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