Numerous events, seminars, films, discussions, talks and lecture series are held throughout term-time and beyond, hosted by the Departments and Centres of the Faculty of Arts & Humanities.
Unless otherwise stated, all events are free and open to the public.
- The Hunters, 1957, 72 min.
- Kinship, leadership and friendship: Relating to strangers among the Mursi in South-Ethiopia
Támas Régi (Kodolányi János University, Hungary)
- Almost Famous: Dainichi Nōnin and Early Zen
Dr Vincent Breugem (ACLS Robert N. Ho Family Foundation Scholar in Buddhist Studies / SOAS)
- Theoretical Reflections on the Practice of Eating
Professor Alan Warde, Professor of Sociology and Professorial Fellow at the Sustainable Consumption Institute, University of Manchester
- Moi, un noir, 1957, 80 min.
- Eating Categories, Eating in Categories, in Contemporary Indian Society
Dr Estelle Fourat, University Toulouse Jean Jaurès (France)
- Dead Birds, 1963, 83 min.
- Translational Politics and Law in the High Imperial Age, 1875-1914: The view from the Straits of Malacca
Michael Gilsenan (NYU; SOAS Centenary Fellow)
- The “Embargo Cake” Strikes Back: Food Crisis and Creativity in 1990s Serbia
Dr Ivana Bajic-Hajdukovic, Syracuse University London
- A Wife Among Wives, 1981, 72 min.
David MacDougall and Judith MacDougall
- Sourcing Good Food in Marrakech
Katharina Graf, PhD Candidate, Department of Anthropology, SOAS
- Masai Women, 1974, 52 min.
Chris Curling and Melissa Llewlyn-Davies
- De-centring the migrant in migration studies
Ruben Andersson (LSE)
- “My mom feeds me, but really, I eat whatever I want”: Reflections on Feeding and Eating in Warsaw
Dr Zofia Boni, Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Anthropology, University of Poznań (Poland)
- The Good Woman of Bangkok, 1991, 81 min.
- Borderlands: From migrant question to a new cosmopolitism
Michel Agier (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales)
- Beyond Beeton: Victorian Cookbooks and the Rise of the Middle Class Housewife
Dr Rachel Rich, Senior Lecturer, School of Cultural Studies & Humanities, Leeds Beckett University
- Before Tomorrow, 2008, 92 min.
Marie-Hélène Cousineau and Madeline Ivalu
- The Waterless Sea: A World History of Mirages
Chris Pinney (UCL)
- The Lore of Tripe: Middle East and Beyond
Professor Sami Zubaida, Emeritus Professor of Politics and Sociology, Birkbeck; Professorial Research Associate, SOAS Food Studies Centre, University of London