Interim Co-Head of Department/Head of Foundation Programmes
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At IFCELS since 2004 . Previously twelve years in Japan teaching English and EAP. Marker for BEC and IELTS exams. Interested in the role of grammar and vocabulary teaching in EAP and study skills.
Previously taught in Japan, France, Denmark and Jordan. Has special interest in English for Business and Management, Academic Writing, Technology Enhanced Learning and Coaching in Education.
I have been at SOAS since 2015.
I currently teach the ELAS Introduction to Art module and literacy with ELAS and the Diploma in Asian Arts students.
EAP teacher at IFCELS since 2006. Specialises in teaching EAP, study skills and presentation skills. Also provides language support on ICC Business and ELAS Humanities.
I lecture on a world literature module here at SOAS and contribute to teaching on IFCELS' media studies modules as well as a range of EAP modules taught at IFCELS and at other departments.
EAP teacher and course coordinator at SOAS since 2004. Has taught English to adults both in the UK and Japan. Areas of interest include English for Media and Film studies and History of Art and materials development.
Has a PhD in Politics from Bristol University and a Master’s from the LSE in Government and Politics. Is interested in Political Parties and Systems. She teaches EAP in International Relations, Development and Politics on both UG and PG foundation courses. Other specialties include Research Methods and Academic Essay Writing skills. Holds the Diploma in TEFL-A.
Convenor of the Aid and Development unit on the MSc in Development Studies. Aid policies and practices, role of foreign and indigenous civil society organisations in Africa, issues affecting informal sector workers. Doctoral research on trade unions and NGOs in Tanzania, published as Civil Society as a Conflictual Sphere in Post-liberalization Tanzania. Currently researching the influence of trade unions on labour practices in Sierra Leone and Tanzania and working on a project to build a database on labour issues for use by African labour organisations. Also researching Chinese aid policies and practices. Worked in the aid sector and on political economy issues in the Sudan and Bulgaria.
An art historian who teaches at SOAS, The University of Kent, The Open University and other academic institutions. Specialises in the art of the Italian and the northern Renaissance, but is also doing a Phd on medieval culture and art.
Gareth Bentley studied an MA in Film, Television and Theatre Studies at University of Glasgow, an MA in International Relations at SOAS and completed his PhD in Media at SOAS in 2013.
Chris holds a doctorate in International Relations from the University of Sussex. He has taught UG/PG courses at University College London, London Metropolitan University and City University. He currently teaches on the ELAS Social Sciences course, the ICC UMW course and the summer course in International Relations.
Subject Lecturer in World Art concentrating on the arts of Africa and an educationist whose approach is comparative and multi-disciplinary: anthropology, art history and criticism, cultural psychology, development studies
Asylum and Immigration law (particularly detention of migrants and foreign prisoners); EU law (particularly migration); Human Rights law; Law and Development
At SOAS since 2005. Currently teaches Understanding the Modern World on ICC, EAP on ELAS and insessional courses. Specialism: Early Modern Central Europe, particularly the Habsburg Monarchy.