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Audio podcasts of public lectures, seminars and events from the SOAS Department of Economics. The SOAS Department of Economics is a leading centre for economic research. We have a vibrant research culture driven by staff working on a plethora of issues, but we specialise in the study of developing and emerging economies and our work covers an unparalleled range of countries and regions.
 
Back on the legal airwaves this time, Chris Greenwood aka Madera Verde brings his unique take on global music in this new series of exclusive shows. The man behind the music programming at Cargo, one of London's top music venues for the last 10 years, and before that Bar Rumba and Bacardi B Live tents at festivals across the UK. Chris was responsible for the dance music programme at The Big Chill Festival for last 2 years and is now launching a festival in Croatia, 3-5 September 2010: STOP M ...
 
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This two-part episode looks at issues of Islamophobia on university campuses, in the media and across political institutions. I was fortunate to be able to speak to Professor Alison Scott-Baumann (SOAS) and Professor Mathew Guest (Durham University) about their Islam on Campus research. My colleague Dr Rob Faure Walker had an engaging discussion wi…
 
Back by popular demand, Panjabi In My Eye Episode 12. Giving exposure to some recent and not so recent releases, flips and mixes. Featuring artists such as Straight Bank and CheemaBeatz amongst others.Indian farmers sit steadfast at Delhi against the centre in opposition to the three farm acts passed by the Parliament of India. This episode is publ…
 
In this interview with CISD Master's Students Itoro-Abasi and Phebeana, Andrew Hunter gives an insight into his time at Port Adelaide Australian Rules Football Club, his current responsibilities & projects at Minderoo Foundation, and graciously exposes us to the inner workings of sports diplomacy and Australian bi-lateral relations.…
 
Bollo Speaks is a collaboration between the SOAS Access, Participation and Student Success team, and community partner Bollo Brook Youth Centre. Each episode is created entirely by the young people, with conversations around Identity, perception and more, soundtracked by their own music, recorded at Bollo Brook's in-house studio.This episode is abo…
 
We're back with a new episode of That's the Spirit. In this episode, the Spirit Senior Editorial Team takes you through our favourite articles of Issue #15.We discussed an exclusive interview with SOAS' new Director, Professor Adam Habib, and recapped his future plans for the university. We went over our International news section, and shared our t…
 
On top of the high mountains of Haifa, by the Mediterranean sea there lies a vibrant scene of Palestinian music, from which singer songwriter Rasha Nahas emerged. With her guitar and poetic voice, Rasha’s music talks about the personal, political, space, movement and emotions. On the eve before the release of Rasha Nahas’ debut album, DanDana host …
 
This episode is a discussion with SOAS Dr Paolo Novak on the topic of Brexit and Borders, where he talks about border management, sovereignty, citizenship and trade deals.Find out more about Paolo: https://www.soas.ac.uk/staff/staff31531.php"Back to Borders": https://eprints.soas.ac.uk/22391/โดย SOAS Radio
 
SOAS Leads the Conversation is a new podcast which aims to generate interest around SOAS' research expertise, and to provide the opportunity for SOAS academics, professional services staff, students and our wider community to come together to discuss current affairs. It is a collaborative effort between SOAS and SOAS Radio, co-produced by Fredrik M…
 
That’s the Spirit Podcast is back! In this episode, the Spirit Senior Editorial Team sat down and went through our favourite articles of Issue #14. We discussed the importance of our SOAS News section, the interactive word search and linguistic puzzle in Features, the protests in Poland, the surprise we felt at the racist responses to the Sainsbury…
 
Bollo Speaks is a collaboration between the SOAS Access, Participation and Student Success team, and community partner Bollo Brook Youth Centre. Each episode is created entirely by the young people, with conversations around Identity, perception and more, soundtracked by their own music, recorded at Bollo Brook's in-house studio. This episode is ab…
 
The journey of an academic is often a difficult, but interesting one. From consulting on international policies, to being a mentor. Chidi Nmaju highlights the importance of being flexible as an academic and what it means to be part of the SOAS community.โดย SOAS Radio
 
The SOAS Festival of Ideas has a principle aim of fostering research synergies and enabling cross-disciplinary conversations within SOAS and throughout higher education in the West. The festival will celebrate and be shaped around the core theme of ‘decolonising knowledge’. At the heart of the Festival of Ideas is meant to be a debate. We have invi…
 
Alternative Panjabi, Desi Ambience and New Wave Panjabi Beats. Conversation and introspection with Seattle based cross genre and multilingual artist Ron Sidhu who speaks about his recent releases, his family and his journey from producer to vocal artist @ronsidhu#PanjabInMyEye @msb._____โดย SOAS Radio
 
De-risking solutions to take on electricity corruption explained: Mushtaq Khan; Pallavi Roy; Neil McCulloch and Muzna Al-Masri in conversation with Sophie Van Huellen unpack the complex story of corruption in the electricity sector in Bangladesh, Nigeria and Lebanon.โดย SOAS Radio
 
In our next episode of Global Sport Conversations, Dr Lindsay Sarah Krasnoff speaks with Katia Foucade-Hoard, a sports PR expert and former professional, Team France, and NCAA University of Washington basketball player, on the ways her Franco-American experience and basketball diplomacy shape her anti-racism activism.…
 
This week, we are speaking to the esteemed journalist Veronica Pedrosa on Media Spectacle & Democracy in the Philippines. Veronica is an award-winning presenter with experience in news reporting, production and presenting. As a journalist she has worked at Al Jazeera English, CNN International, BBC World News, and BBC World Service. With her deep k…
 
Music for a Micro-chip found in Amber. A sonic timestamp of f lo a t i n g soundscapes from 2020 and 2019. At times communicating weariness, at others reverence. Just as the amber does, the current situation magnifies. In turns, we are engulfed by the importance of each second and each decision. But trepidation breeds inaction. Let go of that Beta-…
 
For Black History Month, this podcast series explores the research journeys of black academics at SOAS to tease out what has enabled them to succeed. We will be exploring their realistic but also inspiring careers and how they contribute to the SOAS community and student development to inspire students at all stages to think about becoming academic…
 
Join Lucia Kula as she speaks to Antonia Bright, the SOAS SU Representation & Research Coordinator about her experiences at SOAS as well as what it's like being a student representative.โดย SOAS Radio
 
Bass culture and folk Panjyaab, satisfying your soul. Delivering mighty sounds to drive your emotions, Panjabi style. Standing for Panjab and Panjabiyat against the mass privatization of the agricultural industry. "If you go to Pardes, dont ever forget your Des, your Boli, and your Bhes”, Malkit Singh. Panjab In My Eye Episode 9, featuring artists …
 
This week, we are speaking to Quilt.AI Founder and Chief Product Officer, Dr. Angad Chowdhry on What AI Told Us About COVID-19. Quilt.AI describe the internet as “a repository of human behaviour, opinions, preferences, and social interactions.” Their team of Anthropologists, semioticians, designers, engineers, data scientists and mathematicians are…
 
Inspired by the seemingly endless screentime of online classes. 'Desktop Skylines' is a mix of electronic tracks, some chat, and potentially inspiration (?). Ft. words from T Joutsikoski & B Dawson.Link our instagram @sound_and.colour for tacklists :)โดย SOAS Radio
 
Join Myriam François as she speaks to the Director of the Festival, Amina Yaqin on decolonizing knowledge ahead of the SOAS Virtual Festival of Ideas.Find out more about the festival here:https://www.soas.ac.uk/fest-ideas/โดย SOAS Radio
 
For Black History Month, this podcast series explores the research journeys of black academics at SOAS to tease out what has enabled them to succeed. We will be exploring their realistic but also inspiring careers and how they contribute to the SOAS community and student development to inspire students at all stages to think about becoming academic…
 
Join Lucia Kula & Susanna Momtazuddin as they talk you through what support and advice you can receive from the SOAS SU as well as provide tips for studying remotely.Further reading:https://www.soas.ac.uk/studentadviceandwellbeing/https://www.soas.ac.uk/studentadviceandwellbeing/students/money/hardship-funds/​https://www.mind.org.uk/information-sup…
 
A rich, full bodied bassy mix with powerful vocal aromas, hints of ripened rhythms with a light sent of acidity. Once opened, keep in original packaging, receal pack and consume within 2 weeks. Ft Recipe from Belle's Kitchenโดย SOAS Radio
 
In today's episode, I sat down with Georgie Wallis and Alex Causton-Ronaldson, who are campaigners with the Youth Stop Aids Movement.Youth Stop Aids are a youth-led movement campaigning for a world without AIDS. Their network of young people across the UK speak out, take creative action and engage those in power to ensure that governments, global i…
 
This week we are joined by Amine Ghoulidi to speak about Online Influencers & Irregular Migration in North Africa. Amine is a researcher at King’s College London currently focusing on European security. A career political risk consultant, Amine advises leading multinational corporations on reputational and security risks particularly linked to thei…
 
Bollo Speaks is a collaboration between the Widening Participation department and community partner Bollo Brook Youth Centre. Each episode is created entirely by the young people, with conversations around Identity, perception and more, soundtracked by their own music, recorded at Bollo Brook's in-house studio. This episode is about love.…
 
Panj Dariyaavan Da Bass (Bass of the Five Rivers) - Cultural Ambience and Panjabi Identity through an eclectic mix of Panjabi folk, transcultural sound aesthetics and modern Panjabi expression through music. Episode 6 features Adphetti, Sukha 12 Gej and SP Mangat amongst others.@msb._____ #panjabinmyeye…
 
This week we are joined by Isabelle Amazon-Brown to speak about Designing Chatbots for Social Development. With ten years experience in 'mobiles for development', working on projects funded by UNICEF, DfID, USAID and the World Bank. She started out running and designing feature-phone friendly mobile sites, but in the past few years has been working…
 
"WASH is the collective term for Water, Sanitation and Hygiene. Due to their interdependent nature, these three core issues are grouped together to represent a growing sector. While each a separate field of work, each is dependent on the presence of the other. For example, without toilets, water sources become contaminated; without clean water, bas…
 
This week, we are speaking to Marie Thaut on The Politics of Language Online. There are more than 7,000 languages on Earth, yet half of the world’s 7.6 billion people speak just 24 of them, and 95 percent speak just 400 of them. That leaves five percent of the global population spread across 6,600 different languages, hundreds of them now spoken by…
 
This is part of a webinar series co-organised by the SOAS Department of Economics and the SOAS Open Economics Forum. The aim of the series is to provide a critical perspective to the recent economic developments related to the COVID-19 crisis.Speakers: Lyn Ossome, Makerere University & Crystal Simeoni,Crystal Simeoni, Nawi: Afrifem Macroeconomics C…
 
This is part of a webinar series co-organised by the SOAS Department of Economics and the SOAS Open Economics Forum. The aim of the series is to provide a critical perspective to the recent economic developments related to the COVID-19 crisis.Speaker: Victoria Stadheim, University of WinchesterModerator: Madhav Ramachandran, SOAS University of Lond…
 
In light of the multiple events that have swept the globe this year, DanDana team decided to reflect on some of the music that matters. As protests highlighting the importance of black lives after the brutal killings of George Floyd and Brayonna Taylor and the rise of the decentralized Black Lives Matter movement, we felt the urge to shine a light …
 
“Sounds of the Wickedest”, Panjab In My Eye Episode 5 with that Panjabi sound therapy. Investigating Panjabi emotions, the experience of partition on the sounds of the Panjyaab and as always, the ‘Panjabi linear’. Takhat Hazara to Canada, Mehndipur to Birmingham (B21), 1947 to 2020. From Mustard Fields to Disco Lights (Alka Pande). Featured artists…
 
This is part of a webinar series co-organised by the SOAS Department of Economics and the SOAS Open Economics Forum. The aim of the series is to provide a critical perspective to the recent economic developments related to the COVID-19 crisis.Speaker: Jayati Ghosh, Jawaharlal Nehru UniversityModerator: Rucha Takle…
 
This week we are joined by Aida Al-Kaisy to speak about Landscapes of Journalistic Practice in the Middle East. Aida is a Media Reform Advisor and has worked extensively on media development projects across the MENA region including in Iraq, Palestine and Jordan. She is currently working on a number of projects, focusing on issues related to youth …
 
Bollo Speaks is a collaboration between the Widening Participation department and community partner Bollo Brook Youth Centre. Each episode is created entirely by the young people, with conversations around Identity, perception and more, soundtracked by their own music, recorded at Bollo Brook's in-house studio.…
 
Speakers: Lyn Ossome, Makerere University & Crystal Simeoni, Nawi: Afrifem Macroeconomics CollectiveModerator: Sonia Phalatse, Institute for Economic Justice in South Africaโดย SOAS Economics Podcast
 
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