After Earth’s Violent Sway

In April and May 2015 the east-central districts of Nepal were struck by earthquakes which killed over 8000 people and displaced 2.8 million. The destructive force of these quakes impacted not only on hill districts, but also on Kathmandu. Visit the After Earth’s Violent Sway Project Blog

Caroline Osella REALM Project

Social anthropologist Caroline Osella’s project – REALM (Research and Empirical Analysis of Labour Migration) is a linked group of projects about Gulf migration, which is being funded and run by Columbia University and and New York University, Abu Dhabi. REALM is part of the bigger lab, INCITE, which stands for Interdisciplinary Center for Innovative Theory and Empirics. Visit the Caroline Osella REALM Project blog

Study at SOAS

SOAS is synonymous with intellectual enquiry and achievement. As a global academic base and a crucial resource for London, SOAS is distinctively positioned to analyse, understand and explain some of the most challenging issues facing us in the world today. Go to this blog

Change your world

We cover topics such as choosing a career to finding work and internships. We run employer events throughout the year, manage full and part-time vacancy information and offer one-to-one careers advice including practice interviews and CV surgeries. Go to this blog

SOAS Centenary Timeline

The School of Oriental Studies was founded on 5 June 1916 when it received its Royal Charter as a college of the University of London. Go to this blog

Senate House North Block

Our new learning spaces are dynamic and state-of the-art, and will enhance the learning and teaching experience at SOAS. Go to this blog

Online and Distance Learning

Our University of London qualifications are recognised throughout the world for their high standards and are equal to those taught on campus. We serve more than 4000 students in 160 countries. Go to this blog

What’s new? from Subject Librarians

SOAS Library is one of the world’s most important academic libraries for the study of Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The Library attracts scholars from all over the world to consult its holdings and further their research. Go to this blog

SOAS Archives

Our collections reflect the British interaction with Africa and Asia over the last 250 years. The archives contain manuscripts, photographs, maps, audio-visual material and rare books relating to Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and beyond. Go to this blog

Worthing by Accident

A blog of flash ethnography, based on interview and participant-observation work around Worthing, a seaside town in West Sussex, England. Go to this blog