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International symposium explores the mysterious 13th century emergence of Theravada Buddhism in Cambodia

Scholars from around the world joined the Southeast Asian Art Academic Programme (SAAAP) at SOAS, University of London for a ground-breaking research symposium on how the 'southern' Theravada Buddhism moved into ancient Cambodia.

24th July 2015

President of SOAS, Mrs Graça Machel SOAS President Graça Machel calls for end to poverty at 2015 Graduation Ceremonies

Renowned humanitarian and activist Graça Machel today challenged the next generation to end poverty in their lifetime in her 2015 SOAS Graduation Ceremonies speech.

23rd July 2015

Guardian features SOAS War Crimes Research from UNWCC archives

Records discovered by Dr Dan Plesch, Director of the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS, University of London, reveal that charges against Nazi guard Oskar Gröning were being prepared in 1947.

23rd July 2015

President of SOAS, Mrs Graça Machel Graça Machel speaking on youth and education in Africa at SOAS

The former Minister for Education and Culture of Mozambique and SOAS President Graça Machel will be in conversation with Professor Christopher Cramer, Professor of the Political Economy of Development, to discuss youth and education in Africa.

17th July 2015

SOAS in the media Friday 17 July

A round up of this week's SOAS in the media

17th July 2015

British Academy elects four SOAS scholars for outstanding research

Four SOAS, University of London scholars have been elected Fellows of the British Academy for 2014/15.

17th July 2015

Director’s Teaching Prizes 2014-15 winners announced

The winners of the 2014-15 Director’s teaching prizes, which recognises excellence in teaching and the promotion of learning within the School, have been announced.

10th July 2015

SOAS in the media Friday 10 July

A round up of SOAS in the media this week.

10th July 2015

SOAS China Institute debate provides broad perspectives on China’s health

The SOAS China Institute brought together experts from business, media, government and academia for its second annual China Debate, on the theme ‘How healthy is China?’ on 29 June.

9th July 2015

SOAS in the media Friday 3 July 2015

A round up of this week's coverage

3rd July 2015

Study of Religions announces a new partnership with the Shi'ah Institute

The Study of Religions department is pleased to announce a new partnership with the Shi'ah Institute, an independent, non-political organisation that facilitates and promotes scholarship on Shīʿah Ithnā ʿAsharī Islam, its heritage, and its peoples.

30th June 2015

SOAS academic co-authors latest V&A exhibition catalogue

The exhibition catalogue for the Victoria and Albert Museum’s latest exhibition Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852-1860 is co-authored by Dr Crispin Branfoot, senior lecturer in South Asian Art and Archaeology.

30th June 2015

Valerie Amos Valerie Amos to be ninth Director of SOAS, University of London

Valerie Amos has been appointed 9th Director of SOAS, University of London. The former politician and senior UN official will take up the role in September 2015, following the retirement of Professor Paul Webley.

29th June 2015

SOAS in the media Friday 26 June 2015

A round up of this week's coverage

26th June 2015

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