[skip to content]

SOAS World

Your online network of over 50,000 SOAS alumni worldwide

Event Registration Form

Please use this form to register you and your guests for forthcoming SOAS events. You do not need to log-in or create an online SOAS alumni account to register for events.

Step 1:
Step 2:
Step 3:
Step 4:
Step 5:
Event Selection
Alumna Sumbul Ali-Karamali (LLM Islamic Law 1993) will be giving a lecture on on 9 April on The Status of Women in Islam at the Sara and Sohaib Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies, Stanford University. Sumbul is the author of 'The Muslim Next Door: The Qu'ran, The Media and That Veil Thing'.

Venue: Stanford University, Levinthal Hall, Humanities Center, 424 Santa Teresa Street, Stanford, CA 94305
09 April 2014 at 19:00
Join us Happy Hour Drinks at Luga’s Villa! This is a great chance to relax, have a drink or some food, catch up, make new friends and network with SOAS alumni. We have a bar for our exclusive use on the top floor; everyone gets a free shot and Happy Hour prices between 19:00 and 21:00. Feel free to bring friends.

We will also be running a business card draw for two bottles of wine. Bring your cards!

Contact: 6416-2575

Venue: Top floor, No. 7 Sanlitun North Street (Behind 3.3 shopping centre, on NW side)
12 April 2014 at 19:00
As the new Alumni Contact for Zimbabwe, Nesta Hatendi (BA African History 1979) has organised a fun and informal dinner for the SOAS alumni network in Zimbabwe. This dinner will provide a fantastic opportunity for alumni in Zimbabwe to get together and share ideas for events and activities.

Venue: La Fontaine Grill Room, Meikles Hotel - www.meikles.com/dining/restaurants-and-bars (Parking within the Hotel)
Address: Corner 3rd Street/Jason Moyo Avenue, PO Box 594, Harare
26 April 2014 at 19:00
Dr Christopher Gerteis (Senior Lecturer in the History of Contemporary Japan) will give a short lecture 'Manufacturing Heritage: History, Tourism and Community Redevelopment on the Japanese Periphery', which will be followed by drinks.

Venue: Ostasiatisches Seminar der Universität zu Köln, Abteilung Japanologie, 2. Etage: Raum 2.01 Hof, Dürener Str. 56-60, 50931 Köln
09 May 2014 at 18:00