Author: HB

History Reading list illustration From: Sun's wife and Miss Liu jointly manifest the great victory in Taiwan. Wu Wenyi, illustrator SOAS, University of London (Resource: CWP 11 - soas chinese woodblocks ) http://digital.soas.ac.uk/LOAA003941/00001
History
HB

History: An Introductory Reading List

I’d recommend history books that are more specialised without losing sight of the big picture… texts that you enjoy reading and that make you curious to explore things further…

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Linguistics: 'The Conversation' (c) Bernard Spragg
Linguistics
HB

Linguistics: An Introductory Reading List

“I recommend acquainting yourself early on with some of the major controversies in the field of linguistics…then… investigate two of the most fascinating questions in language: why do languages change, and how does the language you speak influence the way you think?”

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(c) Philippe Put/Flickr image to illustrate finance and risk management i.e. a page of accounts and calculator
Finance and Management
HB

Finance and Risk Management

It is the only short course at degree level in the UK focusing on both the principles and practice of finance and risk management.

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BA English students in Bloomsbury
English
HB

English: an introductory reading list

English at SOAS is truly international: interrogative, cutting edge, deeply committed to interdisciplinary research and teaching across the humanities, and engaged with metropolitan, cosmopolitan and island histories.

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Summer School 2018

Throughout your three weeks at SOAS you will be asked to stretch, challenge and develop your skills of critical analysis. The intensive academic format will enable you to deepen your subject knowledge and/or regional area of choice.

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Professor Walter Simon, Chinese studies, sinology, China
Languages and Cultures
HB

Professor Walter Simon CBE FBA

Around eighty years ago, Walter Simon fled Germany to come to the UK, where he took up a post as a lecturer at the School of Oriental Studies.

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Phantom Railings, Malet Street Gardens, London
Life at SOAS
HB

The Phantom Railings Are Back

Walk past the walled garden at the British Museum end of Malet Street and hear the notes of a stick being run along metal railings in unison with your steps. The Phantom Railings are back!

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