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2014

January

08/01/14
09/01/14
14/01/14
15/01/14
16/01/14
22/01/14
23/01/14
28/01/14
29/01/14

February

03/02/14
04/02/14
07/02/14
  • QUEER PERSPECTIVES ON LAW II: Law, Ethics and Politics of Disclosure
  • Prof Aeyal Gross (Tel Aviv University) & Prof Alex Sharpe (Keele University)
  • This workshop follows on the success of the Queer Perspectives on Law workshop. It will focus on legal, ethical and political issues surrounding disclosure/non-disclosure of facts considered material to sexual intimacy.

17/02/14
18/02/14
19/02/14
20/02/14
20/02/14
25/02/14
26/02/14

March

05/03/14
06/03/14
  • Inheriting Entitlement: Property, Whiteness and Rape
  • Dr Sarah Keenan (School of Law, SOAS, University of London
  • Sarah Keenan researches and teaches feminist legal theory, post-colonial theory and property at SOAS School of Law.  Her book 'Subversive Property: Law and the Production of Spaces of Belonging' is forthcoming with Routledge Social Justice series in 2014.

06/03/14
11/03/14
12/03/14
13/03/14
13/03/14
13/03/14
19/03/14
20/03/14

April

03/04/14
22/04/14

May

10/05/14
  • Gender, Fundamentalism & Racism
  • Georgie Wemyss (UEL) and Rebecca Durand; Pragna Patel (Southall Black Sisters); Rita Chadha (RAMFEL); Hana Riaz (LSE)
  • This seminar is presented by the University of East London’s CMRB (Centre for research on Migration, Refugees and Belonging) and SOAS’ Centre for Gender Studies

12/05/14
30/05/14

June

04/06/14
10/06/14
  • Mediation and Religious Arbitration
  • With contributions from scholars, activists and legal practitioners from South Africa, Pakistan, India, US, Canada, Italy, Kurdistan, Egypt, and the UK

July

September

15/09/14
17/09/14

October

01/10/14
02/10/14
07/10/14
08/10/14
09/10/14
11/10/14
16/10/14
16/10/14
21/10/14
22/10/14
23/10/14
28/10/14
29/10/14
30/10/14

November

11/11/14
12/11/14
12/11/14
13/11/14
18/11/14
18/11/14
19/11/14
20/11/14
25/11/14
25/11/14
26/11/14
26/11/14
27/11/14

December

03/12/14
04/12/14
10/12/14
  • Monsoon Revolution: Republicans, Sultans, and Empires in Oman, 1965-1976
  • The School of Law, SOAS and The Centre for the Study of Colonialism, Empire and International Law, SOAS

    Cordially invite you to A Panel Discussion of the Award-Winning Book: Monsoon Revolution: Republicans, Sultans, and Empires in Oman, 1965-1976 by Dr. Abdel Razzaq Takriti (University of Sheffield)