Black History Month Publications’ Launch

The SOAS History Blog present articles and editorial work from students, staff and alumni focused on Black History Month. Launch Time and Place TBC For more information about Black History Month at SOAS: For more information about Black History Month at the SOAS Student Union: For October events for the Centre of African...

Blog Writing 101: Open History Blog Evening

Blog Writing 101, Thursday, 18 Nov, 5.30 to 6.30, either in-person in 4429 (please register here) or on zoom (join here). Who is this event for? This session is aimed at 1) staff, students and alumni who want to start blogging, and 2) anyone interested in finding collaborators for projects related to the SOAS History Blog. We...

What’s Up Doc?

MB 4429

Ever wondered what PhD students do? Or why PhD students do what they do? Or what a 'PhD' even is? If so - then the SOAS History Blog's final community-led event this term is for you!   What's Up Doc? - what's that? - who is this for? Inspired by previous SOAS Union events of similar names, we at the SOAS History Blog are...

History as Storytelling

Join us for a short reading followed by group discussion, led by: - Dr. Anandi Rao  - Dr Roy Fischel -  Dr Richard Williams - Dr Eleanor Newbigin Join Here Meeting ID: 987 2318 0313 Passcode: yN4YxjBUe1

Family Histories of Migration

The SOAS History Blog invites you to our hybrid panel event Family Histories of Migration - with Azeem Rajulawalla, Tara Bhat, Saffa Khalil, and Andreas Bowen, this coming Thursday 24 Feb, 5-6.30pm GMT. This is the fourth event in the SOAS History Blog schedule this year, and we're excited to present this discussion and questions event focused on...

Blog Writing 101

Have you ever wanted to start a blog? Did you know where to publish it? How to create webpage? What to write? Would you like some help?

Kashmir Aesthetic 

Goodenough College London House, Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square, London, United Kingdom

In collaboration with Goodenough College, the SOAS History Blog presents Dr James Caron (Staff SOAS) and author Qamoos Bukhar (MA SOAS) in conversation. This event seeks to engage the audience on a broader understanding of Kashmir visual and written culture today, and interrogates the stereotypes of the past.