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Movie Title Year Distributor Notes Rev Formats Soft Bodies: Bathing Beauties 1996 Soft Bodies Entertainment NonSex Soft Bodies: Party Favors 1994 Soft Bodies Entertainment NonSex SOAS.[16] In 2011, the Privy Council approved changes to the school's charter allowing it to award degrees in its own name, following the trend set by fellow colleges the London School of Economics, University College London and King's College London. All new students registered from September 2013 will qualify for a SOAS, University of London, award.[17] In 2012, a new visual identity for SOAS was launched to be used in print, digital media and around the campus. The SOAS tree symbol, first implemented in 1989, was redrawn and recoloured in gold, with the new symbol incorporating the leaves of ten trees, including the English Oak representing England; the Bodhi, Coral Bark Maple, Teak representing Asia; the Mountain Acacia, African Pear, Lasiodiscus representing Africa; and the Date Palm, Pomegranate and Ghaf representing the Middle East.
Antisemitism accusations Dating back to at least 2005, SOAS has faced a handful of accusations of systemic antisemitism and anti-Israel rhetoric from pro Israel[19][citation needed] activists purveyed by its Student Union and members of its faculty, and for failing to adequately address antisemitism on campus.[20] One such slur titled SOAS as "the School Of Anti-Semitism."[21] In 2015, the SOAS Student Union held a referendum in which its members voted to adopt the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions agenda and boycott Israel.[22] In a motion for a "Jewish Equality Act" passed in 2017, the Student Union voted to remove a line stating, "Jewish students should be given the right to self-determination and be able to define what constitutes hatred against their group like all other minority groups."[22] Jewish students at SOAS have reported being unable to express themselves in a Jewish way, and fear hate and retribution if they wear Jewish symbols or speak Hebrew on campus.[23] In their annual "University Extreme Speakers" report, the Henry Jackson Society claims that SOAS has been responsible for hosting 70 (16%) of the 435 events that featured extremist speakers over the past three years, putting up 43 speakers who have previously made pro-jihadi or antisemitic remarks over the past year.



Campus The Philips Building The campus is located in the Bloomsbury area of central London, close to Russell Square. It includes College Buildings (the Philips Building and the Old Building), Brunei Gallery, Faber Building (2324 Russell Square), 2122 Russell Square and the northern Block of Senate House (since 2016). The SOAS library designed by Sir Denys Lasdun in 1973 is located in the Philips Building. The nearest Underground station is Russell Square. The school houses the Brunei Gallery, built from an endowment from the Sultan of Brunei Darussalam, and inaugurated by the Princess Royal, as Chancellor of the University of London, on 22 November 1995. Its facilities include exhibition space on three floors, a book shop, a lecture theatre, and conference and teaching facilities. The Brunei Gallery hosts a programme of changing contemporary and historical exhibitions from Asia, Africa and the Middle East with the aim to present and promote cultures from these regions.[25] The Japanese-style roof garden on top of the Brunei Gallery was built during the Japan 2001 celebrations and was opened by the sponsor, Haruhisa Handa, an Honorary Fellow of the School, on 13 November 2001.[26] The garden is dedicated to Forgiveness, which is the meaning of the kanji character engraved on the garden's granite water basin. Peter Swift, a designer with experience of adapting Japanese garden design principles to the British environment and climate, conceived the garden as a place of quiet contemplation and meditation as well as a functional space complementary to the gallery and its artistic activities. The school hosted the Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, one of the foremost collections of Chinese ceramics in Europe. The collection has been loaned to the British Museum, where it is now on permanent display in Room 95. The SOAS Centenary Masterplan conceived the development of two new buildings and a substantial remodelling of existing space to realign and develop the entrance and two areas within the Old Building. The cost estimates for the Centenary Masterplan settle at around 73m for the total project. The full implementation of the School's Centenary Masterplan would deliver approximately 30% additional space, approximately 1,000 sq metres.[27] Organisation and administration Governance Directors Edward Denison Ross by John Lavery Since its foundation, the school has had nine directors. The inaugural director was the celebrated linguist Sir Edward Denison Ross. Under the stewardship of Sir Cyril Philips, the school saw considerable growth and modernisation.[14] Under Colin Bundy in the 2000s, the school became one of the top ranked universities both domestically and internationally.[28] The previous director Valerie Amos will be replaced by Professor Adam Habib in January 2021.[29] Appointed Director 1916 Sir Edward Denison Ross 1937 Sir Ralph Lilley Turner 1956 Sir Cyril Philips 1976 Sir Jeremy Cowan 1989 Sir Michael McWilliam 1996 Sir Tim Lankester 2001 Colin Bundy[30] 2006 Paul Webley[31] 2015 Baroness Valerie Amos Faculties and departments SOAS, University of London is divided into three faculties.[32] These are further divided into academic departments. SOAS has many Centres and Institutes, each of which is affiliated to a particular faculty. Faculty of Arts and Humanities The Faculty of Arts and Humanities houses the departments of Anthropology & Sociology, History of Art & Archaeology, History, Music, Philosophy and Religious Studies and the Centre for Media Studies. It offers courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, with an emphasis on Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. A gift from the Alphawood Foundation in 2013 created the Hiram W. Woodward Chair in Southeast Asian art, the David Snellgrove Senior Lectureship in Tibetan and Buddhist art, and a Senior Lectureship in Curating and Museology of Asian Art, as well as a number of scholarships for students, making the Department of Art & Archaeology a key institution at a global level in the study of Southeast Asia.[33] The university is also a member of the Screen Studies Group, London. Faculty of Languages and Cultures Department of Linguistics The SOAS Department of Linguistics was the first ever linguistics department in the United Kingdom, founded in 1932 as a centre for research and study in Oriental and African languages.[34] J. R. Firth, known internationally for his work in phonology and semantics, was Senior Lecturer, Reader and Professor of General Linguistics at the school between 1938 and 1956. Faculty of Law and Social Sciences The Faculty of Law and Social Sciences houses the departments of Development Studies, Economics, Financial and Management Studies, Politics and International Studies and the School of Law, as well as the Asia-Pacific Centre for Social Sciences, the Centre for Gender Studies, the Centre for International Studies and Diplomacy, the Centre of Taiwan Studies and a number of department-specific centres. It offers courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, many with an emphasis on Asia, Africa, and the Middle East.[35] SOAS School of Law Main article: SOAS School of Law One of the largest individual departments, the SOAS School of Law is one of Britain's leading law schools and the sole law school in the world focusing on the study of Asian, African and Middle Eastern legal systems.[36] The School of Law has more than 400 students. It offers programmes at the LL.B., LL.M. and MPhil/PhD levels. International students have been a majority at all levels for many years. The SOAS School of Law has an unrivaled concentration of expertise in the laws of Asian and African countries, human rights, transnational commercial law, environmental law, and comparative law. The SOAS School of Law was ranked 15th out of all 98 British law schools by The Guardian League Table in 2016.[37] Although many modules at SOAS embody a substantial element of English common law, all modules are taught (as much as possible) in a comparative or international manner with an emphasis on the way in which law functions in society. Thus, law studies at SOAS are broad and comparative in their orientation. All students study a significant amount of non-English law, start in the first year of the LL.B. course, where "Legal Systems of Asia and Africa" is compulsory. Specialised modules in the laws and legal systems of particular countries and regions are also encouraged, and faculty experts conduct modules in these subjects every year. Academic profile The entrance to the Brunei Gallery SOAS is a centre for the study of subjects concerned with Asia, Africa and the Middle East.[38] It trains government officials on secondment from around the world in Asian, African and Middle Eastern languages and area studies, particularly in Arabic & Islamic Studies which combined with Hebrew formed the major bulk of classical Oriental Studies in Europe and Mandarin Chinese. It also acts as a consultant to government departments and to companies such as Accenture and Deloitte when they seek to gain specialist knowledge of the matters concerning Asia, Africa and the Middle East. The school is made up of nineteen departments across three faculties: Arts and Humanities, Languages and Cultures, and Law and Social Sciences. The school focuses on small group teaching with a student-staff ratio of 11:1, one of the best in the UK.[38] Library The interior of the SOAS library The SOAS library is a library for Asian, African and Middle Eastern studies.[39] It houses more than 1.2 million volumes and electronic resources for the study of Africa, Asia and the Middle East,[39] and attracts scholars from all over the world. The library was designated by HEFCE in 2011 as one of the UK's five National Research Libraries.[40] The library is housed in the Philips Building on the Russell Square campus and was built in 1973.[41] It was designed by architect Sir Denys Lasdun, who also designed some of Britain's most famous brutalist buildings such as the National Theatre and the Institute of Education. In 2010/11 the library underwent a 12 million modernisation programme, known as "the Library Transformation Project".[42] The work refurbished the ground floor of the library and created new reception and entrance areas, new music practice rooms, group study rooms and a gallery exhibition space.[43] SOAS being a constituent college of the University of London, its students also have access to Senate House Library, shared by other colleges such as London School of Economics and University College London, which is located just a short walk from the Russell Square campus. The library was used as a filming location for some scenes in the 2016 film Criminal.[44] Rankings Rankings National rankings Complete (2021)[45] 44 Guardian (2020)[46] 58 Times / Sunday Times (2020)[47] 36= Global rankings QS (2020)[48] 288 British Government assessment Teaching Excellence Framework[49] Silver The 2017 QS World University Rankings places SOAS 39th in the world for Arts & Humanities and 7th globally for Development Studies, 23rd for Anthropology and 39th for Politics & International Studies.[50] However, as a specialist institution with a very narrow area of focus, a proper ranking is very difficult.[citation needed] SOAS's Department of Financial and Management Studies (DeFiMS) is ranked in the top-ten for Business Studies in the 2013 Complete University Guide's League Table. The research strength of the department has been previously recognised by the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE) where 90 per cent was rated as internationally recognised, internationally excellent or world leading quality.[51] The results of the 2008 United Kingdom RAE took the form of profiles spread across four grade levels. Hence, there are different ways to present them and to rank the departments. In their published tables, the Times Higher and the Guardian Education chose to use an average of the profile or GPA (Grade Point Average); both rankings placed the SOAS Department of Anthropology equal second, ranking just behind Cambridge with LSE. According to the 2008 United Kingdom Research Assessment Exercise, SOAS is the national leader in the study of Asia.[52] Student life UCAS Admission Statistics 2016 2015 2014 2013 2012 Applications[53] 5,980 5,360 4,670 4,180 4,315 Offer Rate (%)[54] 91.5 92.9 92.4 92.7 95.4 Enrols[55] 1,170 1,130 975 1,005 985 Yield (%) 21.4 22.7 22.6 25.9 23.9 Applicant/Enrolled Ratio 5.11 4.74 4.79 4.16 4.38 Average Entry Tariff[56][a] n/a 148 401 397 407 In 2018/19, there were 2,695 undergraduate students[2] In 2012, 41% of students were over 21 and 60% were female.[57] According to the QS World University Rankings, SOAS hosts international students from 140 countries.[58] SOAS is renowned for its political scene and radical socialist politics, and was voted the most politically active university in the UK in the Which?University 2012. Recent campaigns include students for social change, women's liberty and justice for cleaners.[59] The SOAS Marxist Society holds frequent events and encourages student voter registration. Located in the heart of Bloomsbury, students are minutes from the British Museum, British Library, University of London Union and the nightlife of the West End. Many University of London schools and institutes are close by, including Birkbeck, the Institute of Education, London Business School, the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, the Royal Veterinary College, the School of Advanced Study, Senate House Library and University College London. Sports SOAS Men's Rugby Union Team following a victory against the London School of Economics at Regent's Park SOAS has multiple smaller sports teams competining in a variety of local and national leagues, as well as ocassional international tournaments. SOAS sports pride themselves on inclusivity, regardless of ability, background, or experience. SOAS clubs compete in inter-university fixtures in the British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) competition in a range of sports, including basketball, football, hockey, netball, rugby union and tennis.[60] SOAS also participates in an annual North London Varsity tournmanet against London Metropolitan University.[61] Student housing The courtyard of Dinwiddy House SOAS operates two halls of residence in central London, both owned by Sanctuary Student Housing.[62] The primary accommodation for undergraduates is Dinwiddy House which is located on Pentonville Road. This contains 510 single en-suite rooms arranged in small cluster flats of around six rooms each. The halls are located within minutes of King's Cross St. Pancras tube station and the Vernon Square campus.[63] A few minutes walk from Dinwiddy House and also on the Pentonville Road is Paul Robeson House, the second halls of residence. This was opened in 1998, and is named after the African-American musician Paul Robeson who studied at SOAS. This accommodation is occupied by postgraduate students, and those attending the international SOAS Summer schools.[64] SOAS students are eligible to apply for places in the University of London intercollegiate halls of residence.[65] The majority of these are based in Bloomsbury such as Canterbury Hall, Commonwealth Hall, College Hall, Connaught Hall, Hughes Parry Hall and International Hall, while further afield are Nutford House in Marble Arch and Lillian Penson Hall in Paddington. A number of SOAS postgraduate students also apply for student accommodation at Goodenough College


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