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- Oil Markets and the COVID-19 Pandemic (webinar)
Adam Hanieh, SOAS University of London
- COVID-19 and Resource-Exporting Economies (webinar)
Keston Perry, UWE Bristol
- POSTPONED: Exhibiting Tantric material culture at the British Museum
Imma Ramos, Curator, South Asia, British Museum
- Financial Inclusion in the Age of COVID-19 (virtual event)
Bob Annibale, Professor Christine Oughton
SOAS Alumnus and Global Director at Citi, Bob Annibale, will discuss the financial inclusion movement with Professor Christine Oughton.
- How Can the Responses of Monetary and Financial Authorities to the COVID-19 Crisis Support Social and Environmental Sustainability?
Morgan Després (NGFS Secretariat & Banque de France), Mangal Goswami (South-East Asian Central Banks Research & Training Centre), Kate Levick (E3G) and Ulrich Volz (SOAS University of London)
This webinar will discuss how monetary and financial authorities can offer sustainable crisis responses to the COVID-19 crisis.
- Hooghly: The Global History of a River
This event has been cancelled.
- The Crises of Global Neoliberalism: The Economy, Politics, Health (webinar)
Alfredo Saad-Filho, King’s College London
- SOAS Transnational Dialogues: How should we remember Covid-19?
Siva Sai Jeeva, Adira Thekkuveettil, Linda Chernis
SOAS Transnational Dialogues is a series of panels that are part of the SOAS Festival of Ideas.
- How should we remember Covid-19?
SOAS Transnational Dialogues is a series of panels that are part of the SOAS Festival of Ideas
- Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education Conference
The SOAS Learning and Teaching Summer 2020 Conference: Diversity & Inclusion in Higher Education
- Requiem for the Africa Rising narrative (webinar)
Ndongo Samba Sylla, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation
- CANCELLED - Architects & Astrolabes: Islamic Art & Science in Medici Florence
Dr Glaire Anderson, Senior Lecturer in Islamic Art, University of Edinburgh
- TBC (webinar)
Jayati Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru University
- TBC (webinar)
Victoria Stadheim, SOAS University of London
- Economics of COVID-19 in Africa: African Feminist Perspectives (webinar)
Lyn Ossome, Makerere University & Crystal Simeoni, African Women’s Development and Communication Network (FEMNET)
- How to build a new society after the Covid-19 crisis (webinar)
Ha-Joon Chang, University of Cambridge
- Economics of COVID-19 in Africa: perspectives from South Africa (webinar)
Basani Baloyi, SOAS University of London & Gilad Isaacs, SOAS University of London
- CANCELLED: The 9th Annual International Igbo Conference - Theme: Igbo Mobilities: People, Trade & Knowledge
The 9th Annual International Igbo Conference Theme: Igbo Mobilities: People, Trade & Knowledge
- 2020 Taiwan Studies Summer School
Professor Chen Mei-Hua, Mr. J. Michael Cole, Professor Evan Dawley, Dr. Chen Mumin, Yuan Hsiao, Dr. Chi Da-Wei, Dr. Wang Hong-Zen, Dr. Andy Birtwistle, Dr. Désirée Remmert, Professor Julia Strauss, Director Valerie Soe
- Challenging Heterosexual Monogamy: Women Who Experience Extra-marital Sex in Taiwan
Professor Chen Mei-Hua
- "Cross-Strait Relations Since 2016: The End of The Illusion" Book Event
Mr J. Michael Cole
- "Taiwan Studies Revisited" Book Event
Dr Dafydd Fell, Prof. Thomas B. Gold, Prof. Nancy Guy, Prof. Shelley Rigger, Prof. Joseph Wong, Simon Long, Prof. Melissa J. Brown, Prof. Mikael Mattlin
- Screening of "Love Boat: Taiwan" with Director's Q&A
Director Valerie Soe
- Becoming Taiwanese: Ethnogenesis in a Colonial City, 1880s-1950s
Professor Evan Dawley
- "State Formation in China and Taiwan: Bureaucracy, Campaign, and Performance" Book Talk
Professor Julia Strauss
- Love in Taiwan: Discourses on Non-Conforming Marriages
Dr. Hong-Zen Wang
- Bodies in Tayupian (Taiwanese-Language Cinema)
Dr. Chi Ta-Wei
- The Sound of New Taiwan Cinema
Dr. Andy Birtwistle
- POSTPONED: SOAS Annual Philippine Studies Conference 2020
The 6th SOAS Annual Philippine Studies Conference aims to bring together academics in the fields of the humanities and the social sciences, as well as artists, writers and performers that are based in the Visayas. The objective of the conference is to bring together key people in Visayan scholarship and cultural production and develop a body of discourse on Visayan cultural practices.
- Safeguarding in difficult contexts in the COVID-19 era
SOAS panel of speakers - tbc
- International research and funding governance: how to navigate the tensions
SOAS panel of speakers