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2014

January

15/01/14
22/01/14
29/01/14
  • Weddings among Kenyan Pentecostals: The making of a moral community in London
  • Leslie Fesenmyer, COMPAS, Oxford
  • Leslie Fesenmyer finished her D.Phil. in Social Anthropology at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford, in 2013. In January 2014 she began a three-year research project, funded by a ESRC Future Research Leaders Fellowship, which examines the religious identification and incorporation of Kenyan Pentecostal migrants in London.

February

05/02/14
05/02/14
19/02/14
19/02/14
  • Islam, Youth and Modernity in Gambia
  • Marloes Janson, SOAS, University of London
  • SOAS CMDS Joint Book Launch with Department of Anthropology, Royal Anthropological Institute and SOAS South Asian Institute

March

05/03/14
05/03/14
12/03/14
12/03/14
19/03/14
  • Conceiving statelessness from diaspora: The case of Kurds in Europe
  • Barzoo Eliassi, International Migration Institute, Oxford
  • Barzoo Eliassi has a PhD in social work and social policy. He was a postdoctoral researcher at the Centre for Middle Eastern Studies at Lund University before joining International Migration Institute at Oxford University.

31/03/14
  • Making Home
  • A community heritage project involving SOAS MA in Migration and Diaspora Studies students has collected a series of oral histories of Ugandan Asians and will exhibit its findings in the Wolfson Gallery at SOAS, University of London later this month.

April

23/04/14
30/04/14

May

01/05/14
  • Book launch: "The Threat of Liberation: Imperialism and Revolution in Zanzibar" by Amrit Wilson
  • Amrit Wilson, Dr Ama Biney, Mohamed Saleh, Salma Babu
  • SOAS Centre for Migration and Diaspora Studies is hosting a panel discussion to launch ‘The Threat of Liberation: Imperialism and Revolution in Zanzibar’ by Amrit Wilson, (Pluto Press, 2013). The event will be chaired by Dr Parvathi Raman. Join the author Amrit Wilson, as well as Dr Ama Biney, Mohamed Saleh, and Salma Babu, in launching the book.

14/05/14
  • TBC
  • Shane Marotta, PhD candidate History, SOAS
21/05/14
28/05/14

October

November

December

03/12/14