We live in a globalised system of stark imbalances in wealth and power – both within and between countries. Can dependency theory provide alternatives?
Toslima Khatun explores the role of UK museums in holding artefacts from around the world. Is it preservation or exploitation?
A recent workshop explored how incarceration in the Global South follows very clearly and neatly laid down colonial patterns, even today.
African and Caribbean countries have been calling for reparations from European countries for years with many former colonial powers refusing to accept responsibility
Recent research on the cashew industry in Mozambique shows that the factories are sites where colonial relations are reproduced.
The Aboriginal language, Sydney, is in danger of being forgotten: discover its history in the SOAS archive.
Minna graduated from SOAS’s Centre for Gender Studies and is now classed as one of the leading black feminist activists in the UK.
Falling statues, racism – and why Anthropology could also do with falling from its pedestal.
There is little recognition in Spain of the atrocities of colonialism, argues Beatriz Abellán