Celebrating Professor Philip Jaggar’s 75th year, presenting a retrospective look on his life and his work around the Hausa language.
The Aboriginal language, Sydney, is in danger of being forgotten: discover its history in the SOAS archive.
SOAS staff run course on traditions and customs for Arabian patients.
No evidence behind use of Traditional Chinese Medicine to cure Covid-19.
‘Correcting Poisoned Minds’ – Aki Elborzi speaks to Professor Rachel Harris.
Taking a look at South Korea’s meteoric rise to the status of ‘cultural superpower’.
Four SOAS alumni shared their views on what we might see in China’s relations with Europe in 2020.
The Sister Library is a safe space bringing together ‘books of, for and by women’.
A unique opportunity to study in China for SOAS graduates and alumni.
‘SCARRED’ is a public exhibition curated by SOAS alumna Temi Fet’era.
The report of a conversation on decolonising research started at SOAS University of London.
As India observes Hindi Diwas, we talk to Hindi lecturer Rakesh Nautiyal to discuss the politics behind the day.
Sportspeople need to be willing to talk about the challenges they face in seeking inclusion
Rob Hamilton is rowing the Atlantic to support refugees in Amman.
Don’t miss out on The China Debate at SOAS on 7 May.
Monika Radojevic discusses the ‘casual racism’ around her half-Brazilian, half-Montenegrin ethnicity
A new production is challenging perspectives on what ‘decolonisation’ really means
‘One country, two systems’ model is not acceptable to Taiwan.
‘Stop the boats’ creates and supports the very same trafficking networks the EU condemns
Taking a leaf out of Black Mirror’s script-book?
It’s that time of year again
A photo op gone wrong reveals plenty…
Paid work experience.
Young people in the UK have been quick to grasp the opportunities for Chinese speakers
Professor Tsang explains