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Mobile communications entrepreneur with a distinguished academic and business career Dr Mo Ibrahim will be the keynote speaker at SOAS, University of London for the annual Governance for Development in Africa Residential School.
23rd March 2015
Leading experts and international media broadcasters will come together at SOAS, University of London for a one-day conference to address the representation and narratives of Africa in the media, including institutional funding.
11th February 2015
SOAS student playwright’s production on Olaudah Equiano to cap off Black History Month season at historic National Trust venue
SOAS student Adam Tulloch, BA History, will be directing his original piece entitled Olaudah Equiano, The Enslaved African from 26-29 November at the National Trust’s Sutton House in east London.
4th November 2014
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation, in association with SOAS and the Centre of African Studies, University of London, is organising a Residential School from 22-25 March 2015 on the topic of ‘Governance and Development in Africa’.
22nd October 2014
Former SOAS student postponed studies to run for Presidency of Somalia’s semi-autonomous enclave Puntland
Earlier this year, Abdi-Wali Gurey, a former part-time PhD student in Politics and International Relations at SOAS, put his studies on hold in order to return to his homeland of Somalia and run for the Presidency of Puntland, a semi-autonomous enclave of the war-torn country.
14th October 2014
SOAS alumnus Lesetja Kganyago has been has been appointed as the next governor of the South African Reserve Bank
8th October 2014
A conference at SOAS, University of London will explore the substantial rise of Pentecostal Christianity in developing countries and its implications for politics, social relations, inter-religious affairs, gender roles, and economics.
5th August 2014
PhD candidate Hany Rashwan presents at the Royal African Society’s annual African literature and book festival, "Africa Writes 2014"
Hany Rashwan will present papers in: The Royal African Society’s annual African literature and book festival, "Africa Writes 2014"; the “14th Conference of the International Society for the Empirical Study of Literature and Media"; in “The Language of Persuasion: Linguistic Approaches to Its Theory and Practice in the Classical World"; and in the workshop of “Ancient Egyptian Language and Texts 6."
26th July 2014
Three SOAS, University of London scholars will join an interdisciplinary team of researchers for a £1 million fieldwork project exploring rural to urban migration, as part of a new Field Research Programme initiative led by the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) with the Institute of British Geographers (IBG).
10th July 2014
The Second Annual CCLPS Postgraduate Conference, "From the Speech to the Act: Performativity on the Margins"
The Second Annual CCLPS Postgraduate Conference, From the Speech to the Act: Performativity on the Margins held on 13 June 2014 was a resounding success. Selected papers from the conference will be published in an upcoming issue of the SOAS Journal of Postgraduate Research. A podcast of the conference is also forthcoming.
13th June 2014
The Liberia-born scholar was inspired to write Gbagba because she wanted to “start a revolution from below by giving children the verbal tools to question the confusing ethical codes of the adults around them.”
22nd May 2014
SOAS, University of London will be hosting its first conference to develop scholarly engagement with African Philosophy next month.
10th April 2014
Dr Phil Clark, Reader in Comparative and International Politics at SOAS, University of London has co-edited a special edition of the Journal of Eastern African Studies (JEAS) focusing on Rwanda 20 years after the genocide.
3rd April 2014
The seventh Residential School will explore issues of governance and development in Africa through an intensive programme of lectures, seminars and workshops later this month.
26th March 2014
Scholarly research on slavery and the African diaspora will be presented in a series of films at SOAS, University of London, starting this month, to highlight slavery in the African continent and its eastwards dimension within the Indian Ocean World.
13th February 2014
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