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SOAS scholar secures Getty Foundation funding to explore art and archaeology of Crusades

Scott Redford newly appointed Nasser D. Khalili Professor of Islamic Art and Archaeology at SOAS, University of London has been awarded a two-year grant of $335,000 by the Getty Foundation to explore the art and archaeology of the Crusades.

6th October 2014

Middle East in London Cover October-November 2014 October-November Edition of The Middle East in London Hits Newsstands

The October-November Edition of The Middle East in London, the bi-monthly magazine of the London Middle East Institute, is now available.

3rd October 2014

SOAS in the media Friday 3 October 2014

A round up of this week's news.

3rd October 2014

CIMEL hosts launch of CIHRS Research Programme

In September 2014, Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law (CIMEL) hosted the launch of a new research programme of the Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies.

2nd October 2014

SU BHM events pic SOAS students host inspirational feminist speakers to mark Black History Month

An array of student-led activities will take place at SOAS, University of London this month to mark Black History Month.  The workshops, organised by the SOAS Students’ Union, will focus on a wide range of issues relating to representations of black women, rewriting black British history and racial patriarchy.

2nd October 2014

Invitation to FREE Vitae Google Hangout

PhD candidates are invited to join a free Google Hangout hosted by Vitae.

2nd October 2014

Football Beyond Borders part of Evening Standard’s London United project

Football Beyond Borders (FBB), a non-profit organisation set up by a former SOAS student has been chosen along with 17 other London-based charities to take part in the Evening Standard’s ambitious London United campaign.

1st October 2014

SOAS JRC hosts the Meiji Jingu Autumn Lecture and award ceremony

The Japan Research Centre welcome a party from Meiji Jingu on the occasion of the Meiji Jingu Autumn Lecture on 1 October 2014.

1st October 2014

BBC programme on Christians in Iraq

SOAS expert joins BBC programme to discuss the situation of Christians and other religious minorities in Iraq

1st October 2014

SOAS scholar to co-lead research on health and sustainability aspects of palm oil in project funded by Wellcome Trust

Bhavani Shankar, Professor of International Food, Agriculture and Health at SOAS, University of London has secured a grant from the Wellcome Trust to co-lead a pilot research project on health and sustainability aspects of palm oil.

30th September 2014

SOAS in the media Friday 26 September 2014

A round up of this week's news.

26th September 2014

Applications Open: Max Weber Programme

Applications are now open for the Max Weber Programme at the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence, Italy.

25th September 2014

MBI Al Jaber Foundation launches lecture series on the Middle East

Series promoting the cultural heritage and diversity of the Middle East to be held at the MBI Al Jaber Building, LMEI, Russell Square.

25th September 2014

British Council Workshop on Environmental History: Call for Applications

Dr. Beatrice Penati (Nazarbayev University) and Prof. David Moon (York University, UK) invite applications from EARLY-CAREER SCHOLARS to take part in a Workshop on Kazakhstan’s Environmental Challenges in a Eurasian and Global Perspective

25th September 2014

Trevor Marchand SOAS academic awarded the 2014 Rivers Memorial Medal

Trevor Marchand, Professor of Social Anthropology, has been awarded the 2014 Rivers Memorial Medal by the Royal Anthropological Institute. Professor Marchand received the Medal at the Institute’s Annual General Meeting held in the Clore Auditorium of the British Museum on Friday 12 September.

25th September 2014

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