An exploration of how the creation and circulation of images have shaped the urban spaces and cultural imaginaries of Beirut.
As water and energy shortages become more frequent, global environmental context is needed as part of our communications and media strategies.
Would regulating tech giants be the solution to systemic structural racism that has for long permeated key British institutions?
Resource-poor countries are facing an “extinction-level threat” for journalism. Could public subsidy be a solution to supporting global media?
How has the way we talk about climate change, changed? And how is it discussed by various media outlets? Maxine Betteridge-Moes explores.
“Journalists have been sent a warning.”
We can’t allow access to information to be a privilege of the rich.
“I never assumed that this could be a bad thing for my mental health” | Monika Radojevic
On the lower half of the map (in light blue) is Nigel Farage, the centre of dense exchanges. Branching northwards from him, in red, is The Voice of Europe, and southwest of him, in blue, Donald Trump.
“The best training as a journalist I could have hoped for”
An artistic snapshot of the city as it stands today, and a celebration of its culture and diversity
A YouGov poll concludes that the most desired job in the world is to be a writer. SOAS alumnus Kalle Oskari Mattila combines studying with writing in New York.
How using edutainment, storytelling and music can bring a positive change in society.
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.