Ceremony at Tagore Statue- Gordon Square with Chief Minister of West Bengal

By Farzana Whitfield|July 24, 2015|Linguistics, Literature, South Asia|0 comments

Image courtesy of indiainlondon.com SOAS are delighted to announce that the West Bengal Government has generously offered the SOAS South Asia Insitutue (SSAI) some scholarships for Bengali Studies. The Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee, will be visiting London next week and we will be holding a short ceremony in her presence at the Tagore statue in Gordon Square at 5.30 on Tuesday 28 July.

South Asia – April 2014

By Emma Wilson-Shaw|May 13, 2014|South Asia|0 comments

E-Books South Asian Feminisms / Ania Loomba, & Ritty A. Lukose. Public administration in South Asia : India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan / edited by Meghna Sabharwal and Evan M. Berman. Books Reform and productivity growth in India : issues and trends in the labour markets / Dibyendu Maiti. Development and public health in the Himalaya / edited by Ian Harper. Participolis : consent and contention in neoliberal urban India /

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Development Studies – June 2012

By Emma Wilson-Shaw|July 10, 2012|Development Studies|0 comments

Coping with disasters : mitigation strategy, preventive action and recovery / editors, Mamata Desai, Sandip Halder. Joint ventures in agriculture : lessons from land reform projects in South Africa / Edward Lahiff, Nerhene Davis and Tshililo Manenzhe. Making health financing work for poor people in Tanzania / Dominic Haazen. A philosophy of education for African nations : recovering from the negative effects of colonial education / Emefiena Ezeani.