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New programme available at SOAS as School signs partnership agreement with Sri Aurobindo Trust

SOAS, University of London has formally signed a new partnership agreement with the Sri Aurobindo Trust in order to launch a brand new module – ‘Modern Indian Philosophy with a focus on the teachings of Sri Aurobindo and The Mother’.

12th May 2015

Boko Haram and post-conflict reconstruction in northern Nigeria

SOAS PhD scholars Atta Barkindo and Ini Dele-Adedeji will discuss post-conflict reconstruction and reconciliation in northern Nigeria. This will be in light of the recent gains made by the country’s armed forces against Boko Haram.

11th May 2015

Yinka Shonibare MBE RA to mark 50 years of SOAS Centre of African Studies

World renowned artist and Turner prize nominee Yinka Shonibare MBE RA will be speaking at SOAS and marking the 50th anniversary of the SOAS Centre of Africa Studies.

11th May 2015

African philosophy conference returns to SOAS for a second year

SOAS, University of London has staged the second consecutive Asixoxe conference, a two day event designed to develop scholarly engagement with African philosophy.

8th May 2015

Building from the ground up: The Senate House North Block courtyard gets a new floor

A new concrete floor is being laid inside the courtyard of Senate House North Block - the last time heavy excavation work takes place.

8th May 2015

SOAS in the media Friday 8 May 2015

A round up of this week's news.

8th May 2015

Camel and Boy, Pakistan [Photo: M. Arshad Hussain] The camel conference returns to SOAS

The Camel Conference @ SOAS 2015 is taking place at the School on 9-10 May 2015.

8th May 2015

SOAS sponsors Amnesty awards ceremony for Britain’s talented youth

SOAS, University of London recently helped pay tribute to some of the most talented young people in the UK at the Amnesty Youth Awards, an event designed to celebrate young people's talent for human rights reporting, photography, songwriting (lyrics and performance), campaigning and fundraising.

7th May 2015

Tribute to Christopher H. B. Reynolds

The School regrets to announce that Dr Christopher Reynolds, a decorated scholar who pioneered the study of the culture and languages of Sri Lanka and established unprecedented cultural and knowledge exchange between the School and the country, died on 3 April 2015 at the age of 92.

5th May 2015

SOAS South Asia Institute launches 18 May 2015

SOAS, University of London announces the official launch of the SOAS South Asia Institute (SSAI), an expert resource for researchers, scholars, the business community, policymakers and the media.

5th May 2015

Senate House North Block cycling consultation: Results and recommendations

The recent report on cycling provision at SOAS has recommended an increase in the number of parking spaces to ease congestion and make cycling a more attractive option for non-cyclists.

1st May 2015

SOAS in the media Friday 1 May 2015

A round up of this week's news.

1st May 2015

SOAS students help organise vigil in Trafalgar Square for Nepal

Co-President of the Students’ Union’s Nepali Society Monika Shrestha, a second year BSc Development Economics student, led the organisation of a vigil at Trafalgar Square for the victims of the earthquake and to help raise funds for Nepal.

1st May 2015

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