SOAS University of London

Department of History, School of History, Religions & Philosophies

BA Global Liberal Arts (2022 entry)

Select year of entry: 2022 2021

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Overview

Overview and entry requirements

In Global Liberal Arts students learn how to approach academic topics across disciplinary boundaries, with the aim of producing rounded and critical global citizens.

Each year involves modules from 4 tracks: Skills, Global, Regional, Language and Literature and Arts, where modules can be taken throughout the School in combinations unparalleled on any other programme here or elsewhere from social sciences to humanities. The programme is situated in the School of History, Religions and Philosophies, some of its core modules are shared between these disciplines. Year 1: The Introduction to Global Liberal Arts introduces the student to the idea of a liberal arts education and what it means in a new decentred global context, practices basic research skills, and gives guidance in the design of individual programme journeys; a further compulsory module teaches the histories of academic disciplines at SOAS and beyond as they evolved in the context of empire and colonialism; Year 2: Philosophy module introducing the students to the practice of abstract thinking. Year 3: Dissertation on a subject of the student’s choosing which combines documentary and abstract approaches to knowledge production in a way that will make sense to stakeholders in the non-academic world. The study of languages is encouraged throughout, but literature and arts modules can be taken instead.

Why study BA Global Liberal Arts at SOAS

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  • each year you will take a module from four different tracks. Skills and methods modules teach critical thinking, project design, and research methods. The global track considers the world as a whole, while providing disciplinary training
  • the regional track focuses on particular parts of the world, which the fourth track complements, with the study of a language from one of these regions.
  • the degree is designed to give you the perspective, specialist knowledge, and skills you need to succeed in a broad range of professions. It will provide the adaptability and flexibility you need in our rapidly changing world

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Mode of Attendance: Full-time

Entry requirements

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Fees 2022/23

Fees for 2022/23 entrants per academic year

UK fees:
£9,250
Overseas fees:
£20,350


Please note that fees go up each year. Further details see 'Fees and funding' (tab on this page) or the Registry's undergraduate tuition fees page.

Convenors

Structure

General structure

The structure of the BA Global Liberal Arts programme is based on the principle of interdisciplinarity, bringing together subjects from the Social Sciences and the Humanities, underpinned by language study as a way to enhance cross-cultural understanding and deepen the students’ engagement with their regional focus. The principle of interdisciplinarity is enmeshed in the global-regional distinction and needs to be taken into account when students design their individual programmes. While the skills track is fixed, the other parts of the programme can prioritise either the Humanities or the Social Sciences, but both must be represented. Therefore, students opting out of the language will have to pick modules from the literature and arts track instead. Students studying a language can take literature and arts modules for their regional track, but will then have to choose a social science subject for the global track, or vice-versa.

Due to the number of options and the flexibility of the degree, timetable constraints have to be taken into account in the design of individual programmes. 

Each year you will take a module in four different tracks:

  1. the Skills and Methods track focuses on acquiring the core skills you need to succeed at university and beyond, progressing from an introduction to Global Liberal Arts as a concept and practice and a history module that hones source-critical analytical skills to a philosophy module that develops the ability to think abstractly to a dissertation in your final year.  
  2. the Global track comprises a series of modules that ask you to understand the world as a whole, providing you with a broad framework within which to place your own regions of interest. It is also possible from the second year to develop a particular disciplinary specialisation.
  3. the Regional track comprises modules that focus on one of the five regions we study at SOAS - Africa, the Near and Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, and East Asia - as well as modules focusing on particular countries. It is possible to focus on one region throughout your degree, or to study different regions in different years.
  4. the Language track allows you to pursue the study of one of the many Asian or African languages we teach at SOAS to the intermediate level. It is possible to study linguistics or literature in translation or other arts-related subjects instead of languages if preferred.

Module groupings

The degree draws on modules from throughout the School. The options can be found on the list of modules for the global, regional, and language tracks. They draw on open options offered by departments across the school and availability will therefore be subject to change. In some cases the choice of a module may be subject to some restrictions. Please note the following in particular:

  • the lists of available modules are subject to change on an annual basis, due to ongoing curriculum revision by the departments concerned. Students will be advised which modules are available each year prior to registration.
  • some modules are subject to pre-requisites and other restrictions (eg approval by the module convenor). Students are advised to check individual module pages carefully, so that they can plan ahead.
  • the wide range of available modules means that there will be some timetable clashes between modules. Students are therefore advised to consider various module options at each stage of their degree.

The programme convenor and tutors will work carefully with each student to design their programme of study. At the beginning of the programme we will establish your intellectual goals and chart potential pathways. We will then consider your academic progress and future plans before making your module choices each spring.

                       

General notes

  • The lists of optional modules below are compilations of all open options available at SOAS, as of July 2021, indicating how they fit into the programme structure of the BA Global Liberal Arts, so that students can see the full range of modules available prior to module sign-up. The list is subject to change on an annual basis, due to ongoing curriculum development by the departments concerned. 
  • Students must double-check the list of open option modules (language list | non-language list) as well as individual module pages for any pre-requisites and other restrictions on modules. Students are also strongly encouraged to contact the module convenor before signing up for an optional module to ensure that they are adequately prepared for the module and that it will meet their academic objectives.
  • Students should make sure that they are taking a full load each year (120 credits), and try to ensure that any one-term, 15-credit modules are evenly distributed between the two terms.

Year 1 - Students will take compulsory modules from each of the
FOUR Tracks:
SKILLS, GLOBAL, REGIONAL, LANGUAGE OR LITERATURE

Year 1

Skills Track 

All students take the following modules:

Module Code Credits Term
Introduction to Global Liberal Arts 154800329 15 Term 1
H103 Colonial Curricula: Empire and Education at SOAS and Beyond 155906741 15 Term 2
Global Track

Students will select module/s from Global Track Year 1 AND/OR Literature and Art modules Year 1 (if that category is not covered elsewhere)

Module Code Credits Term
H102 World Histories - Global Encounters and Connectivities 154800293 30 Full Year
202 Social Theory, Reform and Revolution in an Age of Extremes 155901490 15 Term 2
201 World Social Theory: Imagining Society from 500BCE to 1900 155901489 15 Term 1
Applied Economic Issues in the Global Economy 153401010 15 Term 2
Introduction to Political Economy of Development 151010048 30 Full Year
Introduction to Comparative Politics 153400079 30 Full Year
Regional track

Students will select a module/s to the value of 30 credits from from the Year 1 Regional Track modules AND/OR the Year 1 Literature and Art modules (if studying a language)

Module Code Credits Term
H110 Introduction to the History of Africa 154800228 15 Term 1
H120 The Confucian World 154800229 15 Term 1
H130 Introduction to the Early History of the Middle East 154800230 15 Term 2
H140 Introduction to the History of South Asia 154800231 15 Term 2
H150 Introduction to the History of Modern East and Southeast Asia 154800323 15 Term 2
H160 The Middle East in the Modern World 154800324 15 Term 2
Language/Literature and Arts track

Students will select language module to the value of 30 credits or select a module from the Year 1 Literature and Arts modules

Module Code Credits Term
The Art of Storytelling 155901379 15 Term 1
Languages of the World 152900118 15 Term 2
Decolonising Otherness 152900120 15 Term 2
Screen Cultures 155901317 15 Term 2
Introduction to Film Language, History & Theory 158100009 15 Term 2
Language modules 

Please refer to list of language modules below

This list of Language modules will be available to students in Years 1 - 3

Year 2

SKILLS TRACK - Compulsory module

All students will take the following module

Module Code Credits Term
Philosophies of Interpretation and Understanding 158000135 30 Full Year
Global track (year 2)

Students will select module/s to the value of 30 credits from List A and B AND/OR list E and F (if Lit & Art is not covered elsewhere

Regional Track (year 2)

Students will select module/s to the value of 30 credits from List C AND/OR List E and F (if studying a language)

Language/Literature and Arts track (year 2)
Students will select a Language (30 credits) OR select module/s to the value of 30 credits from Lists E and F

Year 3

All students will take the following core module

Module Code Credits Term
Dissertation in Global Liberal Arts 154800307 30 Full Year
Global track (year 3)

Students will select module/s to the value of 30 from List B AND/OR List F (if Lit & Art is not covered elsewhere)

Regional track (year 3)

Students will select module/s to the value of 30 from List D AND/OR list F (if studying a language)

Language/Literature and Arts track

Students will select a language (30 credits) OR select a module/s to the value of 30 credits from List F

List A: Global Track
Module Code Credits Term
Development Economics 155901501 15 Term 1
International Trade and Investment 155901498 15 Term 2
Global Financial Markets 155901499 15 Term 2
H211 Cities in History 154800301 15 Term 1
H212 Frontiers in History 154800302 15 Term 2
H213 Gender in History 154800303 15 Term 2
H214 Violence in History 154800304 15 Term 1
Philosophies of Language 158000196 15 Term 1
International Environmental Law 155200089 15 Term 1
Environmental Law in Action: Comparative and Domestic Perspectives 155200088 15 Term 2
Language, Society and Communication 152900083 15 Term 1
Beyond Regions: Cultures in the Diaspora 155906706 15 Term 2
Postcolonial Theory 153400160 15 Term 2
Politics of Development 153400042 15 Term 2
Politics of Nationalism 153400057 15 Term 1
Concepts in Political Theory 153400147 15 Term 1
Performance and Politics 153400157 15 Term 2
Political Parties and Elections 153400158 15 Term 2
Managerial economics 151030009 15 Term 1
International business strategy 151030008 15 Term 1
Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility 151030027 30 Full Year
List B: Global Track (FHEQ 6)
Module Code Credits Term
351 Migration, Borders and Space: Decolonial Approaches 151802052 15 Term 1
352 Anthropology of 'Race', Gender and Sexuality 151802088 15 Term 2
453 Mind, Culture and Psychiatry 151802017 15 Term 1
Global Economic Policy 153400141 15 Term 1
Conflict, Rights and Justice 153402006 15 Term 1
Issues in Cities and Development 151010052 15 Term 2
Issues in gender and development 151010021 15 Term 1
The Economics of the Environment 153400136 15 Term 1
Applied Econometrics 155901492 15 Term 2
The Margins of Philosophy 158000116 30 Full Year
Death and the Meaning of Life 158000172 30 Full Year
Criminal Justice, Race and Rights 155800098 15 Term 2
Law, Multiculturalism and Rights 155200064 30 Full Year
Law, Terror and State Power 155200091 15 Term 2
Politics of Gender 153400074 15 Term 2
Politics of Culture 153400075 15 Term 2
Politics of the "Miracle" Economies 153400159 15 Term 1
Conflict, Rights and Justice 153402006 15 Term 1
Republicanism, Empire and Revolution 153400163 15 Term 1
Environment and Climate Crisis 153400150 15 Term 2
Going Global: An Introduction to International Migration 153400088 15 Term 2
Consumer Behaviour (UG) 151030049 15 Term 1
Corporate governance 151030017 15 Term 2
List C: Regional Track (FHEQ 5)
East Asia
Module Code Credits Term
Contemporary Chinese Society 155901478 15 Term 1
Contemporary Japanese Society 155901479 15 Term 1
Contemporary Korean Society 155901480 15 Term 1
East Asian Imperialisms 155901481 15 Term 2
International Relations of East Asia 153400155 15 Term 1
Government and Politics of China 153400071 30 Full Year
South East Asia
Module Code Credits Term
South Asia
Module Code Credits Term
International Relations of South Asia 153400082 15 Term 2
Politics of South Asia Beyond India 158000214 15 Term 1
Democracy and Authoritarianism in India 158000215 15 Term 2
Africa
Module Code Credits Term
International Relations of Africa 153400090 30 Full Year
Perspectives on African experience 155900933 15 Term 1
African Philosophy 155901397 15 Term 1
Middle East
Module Code Credits Term
International Relations of the Middle East 153400081 30 Full Year
Government and Politics of the Middle East 153400060 30 Full Year
From Palestine to Israel (UG) 155905009 15 Term 1
Islam: Religion and Rationality 158000189 15 Term 2
R451 Jewish Identity from Ancient to Modern Times 158000168 15 Term 2
R490 Zoroastrianism in the Ancient and Modern Worlds 158000029 30 Full Year
List D: Regional Track (FHEQ 6)
East Asia
Module Code Credits Term
Elections, Gender and Social Movements in Taiwan 153400149 15 Term 1
Culture and Society of Taiwan 155903020 15 Term 1
Modernity, Nation and Identity in Japanese History (1853-1945) 155900882 15 Term 2
The Other Korea: North Korea since 1945 155901356 15 Term 2
Culture and Society in Traditional Korea 155901431 15 Term 1
Identity and social relations in Japanese 155901418 15 Term 1
China and World Development 153401003 15 Term 1
Economic development in the Asia Pacific region 153400133 15 Term 2
Japanese Buddhist Thought 154800315 15 Term 2
R471 Taoism: the Great Tradition 158000181 15 Term 2
H296 From Courtesans to Suffragettes: Women in Chinese History, 1600s-1910s 154800320 15 Term 1
H299 Islam in China 154800327 15 Term 2
H382 Opium and Empires: Eastern Asia's Narcotic Trade and Culture in Global Context 154800294 30 Full Year
Law and Justice in Contemporary China 155200096 15 Term 1
Finance in East Asia 151030013 15 Term 2
Contemporary Issues in the Japanese and Korean Economies 151030020 15 Term 1
Taiwan's International and Cross-Strait Relations 153400166 15 Term 2
History and Memory in East Asian Cultures 155903015 15 Term 2
South East Asia
Module Code Credits Term
South Asia
Module Code Credits Term
H337 Histories of Partition: India and Pakistan 1947 (I) 154800282 30 Full Year
Modern Indian Philosophy 158000192 30 Full Year
H235 Nationalism and Identity in South Asia 154800321 15 Term 1
H236 State and Society in Mughal India 154800286 15 Term 2
Law and Society in South Asia 155200032 30 Full Year
Africa
Module Code Credits Term
Finance in the Middle East and North Africa 151030022 15 Term 2
Law and Society in Africa 155200033 30 Full Year
Economic development of Africa (UG) 153401016 15 Term 2
H270 Culture and Society in African History, 1900 to the present 154800244 15 Term 1
H280 Atlantic Slavery and its Legacies in West Africa 154800247 15 Term 2
H278 Muslim Societies in Africa 154800284 15 Term 2
H380 South African Apartheid: Origins, Experience and Aftermath 154800325 30 Full Year
Middle East
Module Code Credits Term
Political Economy of Development and Change in the Middle East 153400142 15 Term 1
The Zoroastrian Flame 158000187 15 Term 2
H250 The Red Sea World: Reimagining Space 154800326 15 Term 2
H248 Rethinking Middle East History 154800328 15 Term 1
H343 Reform, Resistance and Revolution: the Ottoman Empire 1876-1909 (I) 154800197 30 Full Year
Jerusalem: City in Conflict (UG) 155905003 15 Term 1
Palestine/Israel and the International 153400087 15 Term 2
List E: Literature and Arts modules (FHEQ 5)
Module Code Credits Term
Gender in East Asian Literature (UG) 155901482 15 Term 2
Myths, Legends and Folkways of East Asia 155901460 15 Term 1
Trajectories of Modernity in Korean Literature and Film 155901390 15 Term 1
Understanding Texts 152900123 15 Term 1
Literatures of Love, Loss and Desire 155901277 15 Term 1
Classical Persian Poetry 155901372 15 Term 1
Contemporary African literature 155900839 15 Term 2
Contemporary Middle East Fiction A: Identity and Belonging 155906727 15 Term 1
Contemporary Middle East Fiction B: Race, Gender and Resistance 155906728 15 Term 2
Introduction to Arabic Literature A: Modern Trends 155906729 15 Term 2
Literatures of the Islamic Near and Middle East 155900991 15 Term 2
Screen Cities 155901354 15 Term 1
Cool Japan: Manga, Anime, Sushi 155901416 15 Term 2
K-Culture 155901441 15 Term 2
Language, Identity and Society in Africa 155900867 15 Term 1
Music in Africa: Critical Listening - The Mande World 155800096 15 Term 2
Music of the Jews of Arab Lands 155800074 15 Term 1
Global Hip-Hop 155800084 15 Term 2
The Music Business 155800053 15 Term 2
Arts, Culture and Commodification: Themes in the Global Creative and Cultural Industries 158100001 15 Term 2
Key Concepts in Cultural Theory 158100002 15 Term 1
Film Festivals and Film Curating 155902002 15 Term 1
Curating Global Arts 158100004 15 Term 1
Museums and Museology 154900178 15 Term 1
List F: Literature and Arts modules (FHEQ 6)
Module Code Credits Term
Classical Ottoman Texts 155900744 15 Term 2
Culture Society and Politics in Classical Arabic Literature 155901373 15 Full Year
English Literatures of South East Asia 155901410 15 Term 1
Modern Palestinian Literature (UG) 155906704 15 Term 2
Social and Political Dimensions of Modern Arabic Literature (UG) 155906705 15 Term 1
Cinemas of the Middle East and North Africa 1 155905000 15 Term 1
Cinemas of the Middle East and North Africa 2 155905001 15 Term 2
Queer Cinema in Asia 155907000 15 Term 2
Writing from the Margins: Minority and "Outsider" Texts in Modern Japanese Literature 155901427 15 Term 2
Japanese Traditional Drama 155901422 15 Term 1
Literature, Politics and National Identity in Modern China 155903017 15 Term 1
Song, Voice, and Body in Indian Music 155800093 15 Term 2
Arts of the African Diaspora 154900203 15 Term 1
Art of the Islamic World: Objects in Context 158100015 15 Term 2
Urban Soundscapes 155800083 15 Term 2
Language Modules Years 1-3

  • Some language modules have prerequisites, which can be found on the module's web page. Students are required to take a placement test before embarking on a language module at a level higher than beginner.  Some 'open option' only modules will only run if there are at least five students registered by the start of the academic year.
      
  • Students who find first-year language study difficult may want to switch to modules studying linguistics or literature in translation: see Literature modules above. Those students wishing to discontinue language study after the first year should first consult the programme convenor.
Module Code Credits Term
Amharic 1 A 155906036 15 Term 1
Amharic 1 B 155906037 15 Term 2
Arabic 1 A (UG) 155906707 15 Term 1
Arabic 1 B (UG) 155906708 15 Term 2
Arabic 2 A (UG) 155906723 15 Term 1
Arabic 2 B (UG) 155906724 15 Term 2
Arabic 3 A (UG) 155906725 15 Term 1
Arabic 3 B (UG) 155906726 15 Term 2
Chinese 1 A 155906022 15 Term 1
Chinese 1 B 155906023 15 Term 2
Chinese 2 155900829 30 Full Year
Chinese 3 155901097 30 Full Year
Chinese 4 155901144 30 Full Year
Chinese 5 155901409 15 Term 1
Ch 305: Elementary Cantonese 155901228 30 Full Year
Hebrew 1 A 155906052 15 Term 1
Hebrew 1 B 155906053 15 Term 2
Hebrew 2 A (UG) 155906734 15 Term 1
Hebrew 2 B (UG) 155906733 15 Term 2
Hindi Language 1 A 155906056 15 Term 1
Hindi Language 1 B 155906057 15 Term 2
Hindi Language 2 155901183 30 Full Year
Indonesian Language 1 A 155906066 15 Term 1
Indonesian Language 1 B 155906067 15 Term 2
Indonesian Language 2 155901022 30 Full Year
Japanese 1 A 155906026 15 Term 1
Japanese 1 B 155906027 15 Term 2
Japanese 2 155900875 30 Full Year
Korean 1 A 155906028 15 Term 1
Korean 1 B 155906029 15 Term 2
Korean 2 155901404 30 Full Year
Persian 1 A 155906048 15 Term 1
Persian 1 B 155906049 15 Term 2
Persian 2 A (UG) 155906714 15 Term 1
Persian 2 B (UG) 155906713 15 Term 2
Sanskrit Language 1 A 155906064 15 Term 1
Sanskrit Language 1 B 155906065 15 Term 2
Sanskrit Language 2 155901304 30 credits
Somali 1 A 155906034 15 Term 1
Somali 1 B 155906035 15 Term 2
Swahili 1 B 155906045 15 Term 2
Swahili 1 A 155906044 15 Term 1
Swahili 2a Intermediate 155900986 30 Full Year
Turkish 1 A 155906046 15 Term 1
Turkish 1 B 155906047 15 Term 2
Turkish 2 A (UG) 155906710 15 Term 1
Turkish 2 B (UG) 155906709 15 Term 2
Urdu Language 1 A 155906058 15 Term 1
Urdu Language 1 B 155906059 15 Term 2
Urdu Language 2 155900513 30 Full Year
Vietnamese Language 1 A 155906068 15 Term 1
Vietnamese Language 1 B 155906069 15 Term 2
Vietnamese Language 2 155900705 30 Full Year
Zulu 1 A 155906042 15 Term 1
Zulu 1 B 155906043 15 Term 2
Language modules final year only

Important notice

The information on the programme page reflects the intended programme structure against the given academic session. If you are a current student you can find structure information on the previous year link at the top of the page or through your Department. Please read the important notice regarding changes to programmes and modules.

Teaching and Learning

Teaching & Learning

The teaching methods in modules will vary, depending on the subject matter and level of the module, as well as the number of students in the class.

Contact hours

The BA Global Liberal Arts is distinguished in that its core modules are taught seminar-style, in a two-hour bloc, to enable a focus on discussion and application of the skills and methods in question. There are also no written exams in these modules. They are assessed instead exclusively through coursework, which includes peer review and, in the second year, a group project.

Language modules are taught mostly in small tutorial groups. Most modules in the global and regional tracks will be taught through a combination of lectures and tutorials, usually one hour a week of each. Some modules are less strictly divided between lecture and tutorial and may be taught seminar-style. Students are advised to consult individual module pages for further detail.

Assessment in the global, regional, and language tracks can take a variety of forms, again depending on the module. Most modules use a balance of coursework and written exams. Language modules tend to make use of oral assessment. Some non-language modules can also require oral presentations and other non-written forms of assessment.

SOAS Library

The SOAS Library is one of the world's most important academic libraries for the study of Africa, Asia and the Middle East, attracting scholars from all over the world. The Library houses over 1.2 million volumes, together with significant archival holdings, special collections and a growing network of electronic resources.

The School makes extensive use of Moodle, an online learning environment, which allows us to distribute electronic materials, facilitate discussions et al. The School also has language laboratory facilities for formal teaching and self-study.

Pre Entry Reading

Given the nature of the degree, it is not possible to suggest readings that will introduce the full range of subjects available during your three years. The following are only starting-points, therefore.

For introductions to the liberal arts:
  • Fareed Zakaria. In Defense of a Liberal Education. 2015.
  • Jennifer M. Shepard. The Harvard Sampler: Liberal Education for the Twenty-First Century. 2011.
For introductions to the world and its history:
  • Robert Marks. The Origins of the Modern World. 2015, 2006, 2002.
  • Manfred Steger. Globalization: A Very Short Introduction. 2013.
And for introductions to the different regions we study at SOAS:
  • April A. Gordon and Donald A. Gordon. Understanding Contemporary Africa. 2013 et al.
  • Roy Richard Grinker and Christopher B. Steiner. Perspectives on Africa: A Reader in Culture, History, and Representation. 2010 et al.
  • John Iliffe, Africans: The History of a Continent. 2007 et al.
  • William L. Cleveland. A History of the Modern Middle East. 2009 et al.
  • Albert Hourani, A History of the Arab Peoples. 2005 et al.
  • Albert Hourani, et al. The Modern Middle East: A Reader. 2004 et al.
  • Sugata Bose and Ayesha Jalal. Modern South Asia: History, Culture, Political Economy. 2011.
  • Barbara D. Metcalf and Thomas R. Metcalf, A Concise History of India. 2003
  • John Talbot. India and Pakistan. 2000
  • Craig Lockard. Southeast Asia in World History. 2009.
  • N. Owen. The Emergence of Modern Southeast Asia. 2005.
  • M.C. Ricklefs et al. A New History of Southeast Asia. 2010.
  • Kent E. Calder and Ming Ye. The Making of Northeast Asia. 2010.
  • Warren Cohen. East Asia at the Centre. 2000.
  • Charles Holcombe, A History of East Asia. 2010.

 

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