Western mathematics is not the same wherever you go. Mariana Ferreira understands the use of mathematics in some communities to be based on social relations, interactions and understandings of reciprocity.
Understanding of disability is rooted in colonialism, in which bodies were transformed into commodities – now, it’s time to decolonise.
A project in SOAS’s Anthropology department improving relationships between parliaments and people is changing lives.
Social anthropologist F.G.Bailey, whose papers are housed in the SOAS Archive, explored Odisha, North-East India, after India’s independence.
Falling statues, racism – and why Anthropology could also do with falling from its pedestal.
Despite recent calls for sanctions on Israel by 127 British MP’s, the government’s lack of clear opposition to the US-Israeli plan to begin annexation of
Photographs from J.P.Mills’ trips to India in 1920s tell a fascinating story.
Make the most out of learning and training opportunities around you; build up a support network; and bring your passion and enthusiasm to work.
Kate Harrisson’s rise at the FCO has been remarkable
Anthropologist Emma Crewe finds out what is like to be an MP in Ethiopia
Is theatre a white invention? Thoughts on race and theatre
SOAS University of London supports Anthropology in London Day, which was held on 14 June 2016. This year’s event focused on anthropological engagements in politics.