SOAS University of London

Centre for Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies (CCLPS)

CCLPS Student Profiles

Neslie Carol Tan

MA in Cultural Studies

Neslie Carol Tan

"MA Cultural Studies in SOAS is a course where I was forced to question my perceptions, reexamine my beliefs, and widen my (mental) map.

Poonkulaly Gunaseelan

MPhil/PhD Programme CCLPS

Poonkulaly Gunaseelan

The MPhil/PhD programme offered by the CCLPS is a challenging and rewarding experience.


Dalal Albaroud

MA in Comparative Literature

Dalal Albaroud

The MA in Comparative Literature made me stand by my belief that literature is the key that opens the door towards another cultural region

Luna Sabastian

MA in Postcolonial Studies

Luna Sabastian

We have questioned each and every one of these preciously held notions: knowledge, identity, East/West, self/Other, history, the (post)colonial


Sefik Huseyin

MA in Cultural Studies

The MA in Cultural Studies was an invigorating course which provided the freedom to question the Eurocentrism of cultural theory in relation to the geographies and histories of Asia, Africa and the Middle East

Sheena Yingling Kang

MA in Comparative Literature

Sheena Yingling Kang

This course has challenged me to question my preconceived notions of binaries and absolutes, allowing me to develop a more nuanced interpretation of different literary traditions


Treepon Kirdnark

MPhil/PhD in Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies

Treepon Kirdnark

I am especially impressed by the CCLPS Research Training seminar which is rigorous, intense, and incredibly inspiring