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Emmon Bach Tribute to Emmon Bach

The Linguistics Department is deeply saddened to announce that Professor Emmon Bach (1929-2014) passed away on 28 November in Oxford.

9th December 2014

SOAS to host workshop in Bangkok on preserving indigenous languages

SOAS, University of London will host a workshop entitled ‘Documenting and preserving indigenous languages: principles, practices and tools’ in Bangkok, Thailand from 8-14 February 2015. The workshop has been organised in collaboration with Mahidol University, based in Bangkok, and is being funded by the British Council.

14th October 2014

SOAS scholar produces radio documentary on forgiveness and reconciliation

Dr Phil Clark, Reader in Comparative and International Politics at SOAS, University of London has co-directed and produced a radio documentary on the prospects for forgiveness and reconciliation in post-genocide Rwanda and post-civil war northern Uganda, based on a two-year research project

9th May 2014

Paul Robeson Paul Robeson SOAS tribute with the late Tony Benn now available on YouTube

A tribute to Paul Robeson was held at SOAS, University of London, celebrating Robeson's contribution to humanity and his status as one of SOAS's greatest alumni on 20 September 2006. The complete event, organised by Professor Philip Jaggar, Emeritus Professor of West African Linguistics, is now available on YouTube.

30th April 2014

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