SOAS University of London

Department of the History of Art and Archaeology, School of Arts

Research Seminars & Events

Notice for MPhil Upgrades, 2020

As previously advised in Doctoral School circulars, due to the current health crisis we will not be holding a School of Arts Upgrade symposium this year. MPhil students should submit the Upgrade portfolio on PhD Manager by May 15 to ensure timely reporting on the outcome to the Doctoral School by June 15. Extensions to this date can be granted in consultation with supervisors and the School of Arts Director of Doctoral Studies, Ashley Thompson, keeping in mind that we seek to keep students on track for progression mid-September whenever possible. Students should inform the Doctoral School of any extensions organised in this way by sending an email to: doctoralschool@soas.ac.uk.

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2019

January

11/01/19
  • African Gaze: Hollywood; Bollywood and Nollywood film posters from Ghana
  • From the Collection of Karun Thakar & the late Mark Shivas
  • PLEASE NOTE THE EXHIBITION AFRICAN GAZE: Hollywood; Bollywood and Nollywood film posters from Ghana CONTAINS IMAGERY OF NUDITY, VIOLENCE AND THE ‘OCCULT’ THAT SOME VISITORS MAY FIND DISTURBING OR OFFENSIVE.

    An exhibition at the Brunei Galley SOAS until 23 March 2019

11/01/19
16/01/19
23/01/19
24/01/19
  • Hassan Musa: the artist's stamp
  • Mail Art from the SOAS Archives & Special Collections and a sampler of his paintings and illustrated books
  • Mail Art from the SOAS Archives & Special Collections and a sampler of his paintings and illustrated books. An exhibition at the Brunei Galley SOAS until 23 March 2019.

24/01/19

February

13/02/19
16/02/19
20/02/19

March

06/03/19
13/03/19

April

03/04/19
24/04/19

May

08/05/19
15/05/19
16/05/19
17/05/19
20/05/19
21/05/19

June

05/06/19
12/06/19
21/06/19

July

11/07/19

October

09/10/19
16/10/19

November

13/11/19
26/11/19

December

03/12/19
04/12/19
07/12/19
  • Annual Allchin Symposium on South Asian Archaeology
  • The Annual Allchin Symposium on South Asian Archaeology was established to commemorate the work of Raymond and Bridget Allchin, and the outstanding contribution that they made to development of South Asian studies in the United Kingdom.

11/12/19