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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 episode features soul and R&B musician Mi-kaisha, a Darumbal Murri and Tongan artist raised in Sydney who shares her experiences of performing for her community, as well as abroad. She made her dream come true studying at NYU’s Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music and has many achievements in her pocket: she was NAIDOC Youth of the Year in …
 
Dagmar is Associate Professor in the department of History, Classics, and Religious Studies at the University of Alberta and an indologist specialised in the history and literature of classical Indian medicine and alchemy. We discuss the complexities and opportunities of interdisciplinary research and how both disciplinary expertise and academic hu…
 
Cianna Walker is a Yuin and Gumbaynggirr musician living in Sydney. She is at the start of her music career as a singer and she studies Music at the Sydney Conservatorium of music. Cianna comes from a long line of Indigenous activists and cultural educators. We talked about her experiences of starting her university endeavour, awkward land acknowle…
 
Interview with Dr Daniela Bevilacqua, South Asianist and post-doctoral researcher on the Haṭha Yoga Project. We discuss her extensive fieldwork with ascetic communities in India and why the best time to be doing ethnographic research in the field of Yoga Studies is now!על ידי SOAS Radio
 
In episode 3 of the Understanding Yoga Studies series we interview Suzanne Newcombe, Senior Lecturer in Religious Studies at the OU. We cover the importance of contemporary history, yoga as a powerful prism for understanding the contemporary world and the joy of archives!על ידי SOAS Radio
 
Listen to an interview with Dr Jason Birch, Senior Research Fellow on the 'Light on Hatha Yoga' Project who discusses the discipline of philology, just what it takes to produce a critical edition, worm eaten manuscripts and his latest textual discovery a 14th century compendia entitled the Yogārṇava, 'The Ocean of Yoga'.…
 
This podcast has been brought to life as part of Charlotte Schuitenmaker’s PhD Thesis on contemporary Indigenous musics in Australia, investigating the relations between activism, urbanism, and Indigeneity through music. Instead of using interviews for just her thesis, Charlotte wants to share the interviews with you. The stories are important, and…
 
A podcast series aiming to make sense of our complex world; in each episode, SOAS academics interpret global affairs through a multi-disciplinary approach.First Episode: This week's guest is Scott Newton, Head of the School of Law, Gender and Media at SOAS, University of London. Scott, a true polymath, explains legal systems and philosophy, the unf…
 
This podcast is brought to you as part of the Understanding Yoga Studies project, an online content series designed specifically to support early career and independent scholars gain a deeper and more nuanced understanding of the academic field of Yoga Studies.As a recognised field of academic study Yoga Studies is relatively young. Historically th…
 
Hearts on sleeves. Panjab In My Eye Episode 17 features a mix of artists who have come up in the 2020s. Celebrating Panjabi love, heartache and expressiveness, this weeks show features artists Jeona Sandhu, Arsh Heer and Noor Tung amongst others.Panj Dareyavaan Da Bass - Bass of the Five RiversBadshah - Surinder Shinda (Prod Sukh Rana) 00:00Kaboote…
 
With/msb Ep.61. Serious – Mansur Brown 00:002. Point of View – LTJ Bukem 02:403. 2Am – Boonshot 04:284. Cool Bless Safe – Finn Foxell 06:105. Will You Cry – See Dee 07:456. First Class – Khruangbin 10:207. Papaya – Wun Two 13:258. You Can’t Turn Me Away – Sylvia Striplin 15:309. More than a lover, more than a woman – Cay Caleb 18:0010. U don’t need…
 
This podcast has been brought to life as part of Charlotte Schuitenmaker's PhD Thesis on contemporary Indigenous musics in Australia, investigating the relations between activism, urbanism, and Indigeneity through music. Instead of using interviews for just her thesis, Charlotte wants to share the interviews with you. The stories are important, and…
 
Panjab In My Eye’ Episode 16 featuring Karan Aujla, BBS, Rokitbeats and Gagan Mand. Some feel good and some acceleration tracks. Giving exposure to sound aesthetics and artists through flips, recent releases and Panjabi mixes. Panj Dareyaavan Da Bass - Bass of the Five Rivers on SOAS RadioTere Te Remix ft AP Dhillon & Gurinder Gill - DJ BBS 00:0080…
 
Cuban music, the real deal. This episodes aims at giving its listeners an authentic introduction to the richness and complexity of the music made on the island of Cuba. It focuses on the influence Afro-Cuban religions have on the culture of the island which lead to the development of one of the most exciting music scenes in the world. Hopefully you…
 
On this episode guest host Maria introduces us to songs reminiscent of the beauty of nature and her appreciation for its calming and meditative effects after over a year in lockdown. It is divided into three parts: The sea, the pier and the forest.על ידי SOAS Radio
 
Poet, dramatist and writer TM AHMED KAYSHER of SAUDHA Society of Poetry and Indian Music talks to Isuru about his life, career and influences with live performances and readings plus info on Tagore, Nazrul Islam, Satyajit Ray and Derrida.TICKETS for his latest show - CENTENARY CELEBRATION: T S ELIOT’S ‘THE WASTELAND’ AND NAZRUL’S ‘BIDROHI’https://r…
 
Kimiya Qadri interviews Júlia about her upcoming SOAS Student Enterprise funded music workshop and some of the current issues surrounding Roma music in the 21st century. Júlia Kozáková is a world-music singer from Slovakia and also a student from the Music Department at SOAS. She performed at the SOAS Concert Series in June 2021 with her new projec…
 
This podcast series explores various potential channels of antibiotic resistance transmission in Sri Lanka with the focus on wildlife, socio-economic drivers and culture based on the findings from the latest research projects funded by Bloomsbury SET UK.Following the previous podcast on antibiotic resistance & wildlife, we will further discuss soci…
 
This week, we are speaking to Samuel Olaniran, and Dr Stephanie Diepeveen, who have worked on the article, “Demystifying the COVID-19 infodemic: Conspiracies, context and the agency of users,” which has just been published in Social Media & Society. Samuel Olaniran is a PhD Candidate in the department of media studies at the University of the Witwa…
 
This week we are joined by Paromita Vohra to talk about her platform, Agents of Ishq. Paromita is a filmmaker and writer whose work focuses on gender, feminism, urban life, love, desire and popular culture. It spans many forms, including documentary, fiction, print, video and sound installation. She is the founder of Agents of Ishq, a multi-media o…
 
This week we are joined by Darlington Akogo to speak about Global Dynamics of AI in Healthcare. Darlington Akogo is the Founder and Director of Artificial Intelligence at GUDRA, and its subsidiaries; including minoHealth, an AI Healthtech company and minoHealth AI Lab, an AI Healthcare, Biotech and Biomedical Research Lab.Darlington is the also lea…
 
This week we are joined by Hannah Metcalfe to speak about Mobile for Development in Tanzania. Hannah has had an 8 year career in mobile for development and technology for development. Since 2017 she has been working for Viamo, and since 2019 she has been the Country Director in Tanzania. Viamo is a technology for development organisation with a pla…
 
On this episode we are speaking to Tais Koshino and Amelie Maia, co-founders of the DiverseNFTArt initiative which aims to provide a community for Women, BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ NFT artists. Tais Koshino is a digital artist from Brazil whose work is featured on Hic et Nunc. Amelie Maia is an artist and senior creative developer currently based in Toront…
 
There is before August 4th 2020 and after August 4th in the history of Lebanon. But there is also music and sound. What is the music scene like in Beirut? What artists and venues are there? And how has history been scored into the sound of a city exploded due to corruption and negligence? Beirut and Beyond’s director Amani Semaan joins DanDana’s Ch…
 
This week, we are speaking to Bhavjit Singh, the founder of the Twitter account @Tractor2twitr. The account was set up to support the Indian Farmers’ Protests and counter the narrative being promoted by the mainstream media and the IT cells of the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party led by President Narendra Modi. It currently has over 50,000 followers a…
 
This week we are joined by Dr. Matti Pohjonen to speak about Extreme Speech & Content Moderation Online. For the past 10 years, Matti has developed critical-comparative research approaches for understanding digital cultures globally. This has included work on international news and blogging in India, mobile technology in East Africa, and exploring …
 
In this follow-up to the Standing in the Sun episode, Paolo invites you to listen to a few more songs evoking the feeling of a sunny afternoon. The name of the episode is inspired by the wonderful song Onda (which means wave in Portuguese) of the amazing Brazilian musician Cassiano. Verão means summer in Portuguese, and so the title is "summer wave…
 
Dr Dafydd Fell is a Reader in Comparative Politics in our Department of Politics and International Studies, as well as Director of the SOAS Centre of Taiwan Studies. A link to his new book, Taiwan's Green Parties, can be found here: https://www.routledge.com/Taiwans-Green-Parties-Alternative-Politics-in-Taiwan/Fell/p/book/9780367650315 He is interv…
 
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.In this episode, th…
 
This week we are joined by Thaysa Costa do Nascimento to speak about Social Transgressions & the Digital Influencer Trajectory in Brazil. Thaysa is a Doctoral student in Business Administration at COPPEAD Graduate School of Business of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. Her phD research focuses on influencers and branding within the theme of…
 
This week we are speaking to Dr. Admire Mare on Social Media & the Changing Election Landscape in Zimbabwe. Dr. Mare is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Communication at the Namibia University of Science and Technology, Windhoek, Namibia. He is also a Senior Research Associate at the University of Johannesburg’s Faculty of Humanities. His resea…
 
This week, we are speaking to Craig Ryder, a PhD researcher at SOAS, University of London on Truth, Information & Synthetic Realities in Sri Lanka. Craig is a digital anthropologist concerned with disinformation, social media and the nascent technology of synthetic media. Building on his journalism experience in Sri Lanka, Craig’s PhD research look…
 
In this episode, SOAS' Amina Yaqin, reader in postcolonial literature, and Naomi Foyle, author of the Gaia Chronicles, discuss working together to facilitate decolonised representations of Muslims, particularly women, in Western fiction and culture. They are interviewed by Professor Alison Scott Baumann. Amina: https://www.soas.ac.uk/staff/staff320…
 
Emma Crewe, Richard Axelby and Beth Worku-Dix reflect on their Deepening Democracy Project, which has focused particularly on politically fragile countries through the creation of the Global Research Network on Parliaments and People. Undertaken in collaboration with the Forum for Social Studies (Addis) and Enlightened Myanmar Research Foundation (…
 
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.In this episode, th…
 
In this episode we were fortunate to have Catherine Hezser, professor of Jewish Studies at SOAS, lead an episode discussing Jews and Coronavirus. She will be talking to Dr. Daniel Staetsky, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for Jewish Policy Research, Dr. Keith Kahn Harris, Senior Lecturer and course team leader at Leo Baeck College, and Dr M…
 
In this very special Behind the Scenes episode of 'That's the Spirit', Maliha Shoaib, Abdul Basit and Louisa Johnson talk all about the value of student journalism, and how we structure the Spirit. If you are an aspiring journalist looking for tips and advice on how to break into the industry, or perhaps an external student wondering how to set up …
 
In the latest episode of ‘That’s the Spirit’, the Spirit editorial team of 20/21 sit down to talk through Issue 16. Our final issue of the academic year, this one is our biggest and best yet!In this episode, Maliha Shoaib, Abdul Basit and Louisa Johnson interview National News Editor, Josh Mock, and Culture Editor, Lizzy Edwards, about the many art…
 
The SOAS Radio Research Forum is a vehicle for us to promote SOAS research projects. Through quality audio content with the expertise of SOAS Radio, the podcast will facilitate discussions around our academics' collaborative research, including partners and other stakeholders, and impact.For more information about Rahul:https://www.soas.ac.uk/staff…
 
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.…
 
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