Week beginning Monday 01 July 2019
- Gender Politics in Taiwan: A Conversation with Yang Wan-ying
Professor Yang Wan-ying
- Cultural Dynamics and Identity Politics: Case study from the Ding Hui Lineage in South Fujian
Professor Fan Ke (Nanjing University)
This ethnographical account provides a fact of identity politics taken place in a descent group in South Fujian.
- Roma Music and Dance Ensemble
Branko Ristic and Mari Lon
Dates: Monday 1st - July 5th 2019, 6.30-8.30pm
- Classical Rubab Music from Kabul
William Rees Hofmann and John Baily
Dates: Monday 1st – Friday 5th July, 6.30-9pm
- Indian Tabla
Dates: Monday 1st – Friday 5th July, 6.30 - 9pm
- Year 12 Economics Summer School
A summer school for students in Year 12 interested in studying Economics at university.
- From Politics to Business: Corporatization of Party Control in the Chinese State-Owned Enterprise Sector (1998-2009)
Professor Hon Chan (City University of Hong Kong)
This lecture elaborates how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) corporatized its state-owned enterprise (SOE) sector from 1998 to 2009.
- From the People to the Populist? Culture of Democracy in the Taiwanese Public Sphere
Professor Ming-cheng Lo
- Caine Prize shortlisted writers in conversation
Cherrie Kandie, Ngwah-Mbo Nanan Nkweti, Tochukwu Emmanuel Okafor, Lesley Nneka Arimah, Meron Hadero
An evening with the shortlisted writers of the 2019 Caine Prize in conversation.
- Faith and Belief on Campus: Division and Cohesion
David Isaac CBE, Chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission
- The IATIS Training Workshop: A Japanese translation workshop -- translating literature and culture
Precise times: 4 July (10am-5pm); 5 July (11am-2pm)
- Mindanao: Cartographies of History, Identity and Representation
The Annual Philippine Studies Conference SOAS focuses its 2019 edition on Mindanao. It seeks to gather academics, policymakers, cultural workers and artists to map the contours of Mindanao’s porous and overlapping ethnolinguistic homelands and its conceptual and physical sites of representation, identity formation, and conflict.