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SOAS in the media Friday 15 January 2016

A round up of this week's news.

15th January 2016

Wartimes language students at SOAS SOAS to celebrate impact of 100 years of Japanese Studies with alumni

Wartime language students, diplomats, business leaders and entrepreneurs from SOAS University of London’s alumni community will come together at the School to celebrate the impact of 100 years of learning Japanese at SOAS University of London.

15th January 2016

Fulbright Flag SOAS Summer School to welcome Fulbright students for the first time

SOAS University of London’s Summer School will join a small group of UK Universities to provide up to eight undergraduate Fulbright scholars the opportunity to join one of SOAS’ summer courses. The

12th January 2016

Koichi Hamada to speak on ‘Abenomics’ and the threat of a currency war at SOAS

Professor Hamada will lead the discussion on the governments’ strategy to improve Japan’s inert economy

12th January 2016

Leaders provide first-hand perspective on peace and reconciliation in Uganda

The speakers will share their experiences - in a fluid dialogue format - within various peace processes and lessons for ongoing reconciliation efforts in Uganda.

12th January 2016

SOAS alumna helps young children with mental health issues experience the power of music with help from Kate Middleton

A group of children at the Anna Freud Centre in London were delighted to receive a visit from the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, for a session in African drumming organised by SOAS alumna Jude Winwood.

11th January 2016

Bashar Khalaf, Shadow of the Shadow (2014) Suspended Accounts: Young Artist of the Year Award 2014 (YAYA14)

The Mosaic Rooms are launching a free exhibition of emerging Palestinian artists, and a series of related events. The exhibition is the first UK presentation of winners and finalists from the A.M. Qattan Foundations’ Young Artists of the Year Award (YAYA14).

11th January 2016

Billboards for new villages, Gujarat The future is diverse for India’s rural villages, according to anthropological study across 65 years

ESRC-funded research project led by Edward Simpson reveals rapid industrialisation, migration, land rights and tribal identities issues for India's rural future

8th January 2016

Internet Literature in China Latest book by Professor Michel Hockx featured in Choice’s top 25 of 2015

The latest book by Professor Michel Hockx, Director of the SOAS China Institute, Internet literature in China (Columbia University Press, 2015) has been featured in Choice's ‘Outstanding Academic Titles’ Top 25 Books for 2015.

8th January 2016

SOAS in the media Friday 08 January 2016

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

7th January 2016

A world of struggle SOAS experts across Law, Politics and Gender Studies in conversation with Harvard scholar David Kennedy

SOAS academics across Economics, Gender Studies and Politics will be in conversation with Professor David Kennedy, Director of the Institute for Global Law and Policy at Harvard Law School, on his latest book.

6th January 2016

Camden Cares team SOAS students help settle incoming refugee families from Syria through 'Camden Cares'

SOAS students have launched a new project in London to help to settle incoming refugee families from Syria. Through sport sessions, cultural events and translation services, the students will be helping twenty Syrian refugee families who have recently been housed by the London borough of Camden.

6th January 2016

source of water SOAS alumna’s MSc research on water and poverty informs latest film

AGHBALOU - The Source of Water combines a local story of struggle and neglect with a global call to action to sustain water and fight poverty. The next public screening will be held at Regent Street Cinema, Wednesday 20 January 2016.

6th January 2016

Antiques Roadshow Logo Senate House to host BBC’s Antiques Roadshow in SOAS’ Centenary year

Senate House, the future home of SOAS University of London, will host BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow on 25 September 2016. The show will coincide with SOAS’ centenary celebration, beginning June 2016.

30th December 2015

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