4 May 2021
SOAS History Blog launch
It's launch week here at the SOAS History Blog and we'd like to invite you to our 'going live' Launch Event this Thursday 6 May at 5:30pm (UK time). We'll be showcasing our collection of launch articles, providing you with a chance to ask any question about how the Blog works and how to get involved, and with an open social opportunity to meet some of your fellow SOASians.
1730-1745 Introducing our opening line up of contributors
- Tariq Mir, current PhD Candidate
The Tigris Still Runs Black With Ink: Untangling the Myths Surrounding the Development of Islamic Thought
- Dr Nadia Aït Saïd-Ghanem, BA Postdoctoral Fellow
Article: Ibrahim Elias Gejou and Old Babylonian omens
- David McKee, current MA Student
Book Review: Race and Reunion by David Blight (2001)
- Nayantara Lamba and Summayah Wong; current BA students
The creators of the Blog logo and design content!
1745-1800 The Blog Team (editors) Answer Your Questions
1800-1830 Open Social Space - Find a collaborator or make a new connection!
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What is the SOAS History Blog?
The HRP Department of SOAS is launching a new digital platform and we're inviting you to contribute! The SOAS History Blog has been built as a space where any SOAS students, staff and alumni interested in the broad subject of 'history' are welcome to contribute articles, events, and profile-pieces. To find out more join our mailing list or student WhatsApp group (here), or send us an email directly to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Haritha Balasubramaniyan, HRP UG she/her
Ellan Lincoln-Hyde, HRP PhD they/them
Dr Andrea Janku, HRP Senior Lecturer in History she/her