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MA Arts of Asia and Africa

Overview

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Start of programme: September 2012

Mode of Attendance: Full Time or Part Time

This programme, to be inaugurated in September 2012, draws on courses across the School of Arts, permitting student to specialise in, for example: popular music and film in the Middle East; art, archaeology and music of the Silk Road; music, media and development in Africa. Students must take one course from at least two of the constituent departments/centre, and will write a supervised dissertation on a relevant topic. For further details contact Professor Timon Screech.

Structure

Students must take one course from at least two of the constituent departments/centre, and will write a supervised dissertation on a relevant topic.

The following is a complete list of courses in the programme, not all of which are offered in any single year.

Teaching & Learning

A Student's Perspective

SOAS is a great place to study Ethnomusicology. It has the flavour of the world spread through the music made by the students, lecturers and guests.

Marina Di Giorgi