Category: We are SOAS

language
We are SOAS
Victor Max Smith

Why we need trans-inclusive language

Now, more than ever, we need language which reflects real lives, and promotes inclusivity. Here’s why trans-inclusive language should be on the agenda – and how we might go about it.

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We are SOAS
John Hollingworth

The Brunei Gallery at 25

On the Brunei Gallery‘s twenty-fifth anniversary, John Hollingworth, Head of Galleries & Exhibitions at the Brunei, reflects on its history. November 1995 was very different

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We are SOAS
Caspar Melville

On Windrush Day

We remember the huge obstacles Britain’s Afro-Caribbean population have had to surmount to claim their rights as citizens.

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Nabihah Iqbal DJ
Music
Sasha Patel

Interview with DJ Nabihah Iqbal

Nabihah Iqbal is an exceptional musician, DJ and multi-layered person. After graduating from SOAS with a degree in History and Ethnomusicology, Nabihah completed an Mphil

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