Child marriage denies young girls of any agency in their future.
Two years since the murder of Mashal Khan, students take to the streets
Two students argue for and against a name change for the gallery.
It’s time we started taking yogis seriously, says religious scholar
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It’s that time of year again
Dr Matthew Wilkinson on his new book on Islam
With Labour facing tough scrutiny over allegations of antisemitism, Catherine Hezser considers the history of Jews and Socialism
SOAS defends the right of controversial speaker to speak on campus despite public criticism
‘What if he turns up at the next Kumbh Mela with 200 foreigners and wants to pitch camp?’
Each generation needs its own myths. The Yeti is a myth, which grew up as part of Himalayan folklore, and became assimilated into a wider mainstream. However, myths often serve as a mirror of prevailing social circumstances, as well as a driver for their formation, and the times they are a changin’.
“This course is hugely relevant and addresses some of the key issues facing our societies today”
Islam and violence are not interchangeable
Those of us teaching degrees in philosophy at SOAS welcome the recent press interest in the debates concerning ‘decolonising the curriculum’. These debates challenge both