The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) in London is hosting a conference on the theme 'Imagining Africa’s future: Language, Culture, Governance, Development' on 20 and 21 July. SSSUK supports this conference and will be present with an information stall. For further details see the conference's flyer and programme.
Our annual symposium and AGM will take place on Saturday 16th September, at SOAS, London. Further details will be posted here in due course.
Issues of our journal for the last two years are now available in digital form on this website, for SSSUK members with website accounts. You can find the links at the bottom of the 'Sudan Studies' page.
SSSUK member Mary Keenan's new book is now out: Abroma to Ziziphus and Beyond: Forests, Surveys, Rivers and Roads of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan 1899-1956.
The February edition of our journal - Sudan Studies for South Sudan and Sudan - is available for members now.
The Root Causes of Sudan's Civil Wars, Old Wars and New Wars [Expanded 3rd Edition]
Boydell & Brewer offers SSSUK members a 25% discount on the latest edition of Douglas H. Johnson’s landmark book, The Root Causes of Sudan's Civil Wars.
The Sudan/South Sudan Seminar Series 2015/16 was run jointly by SSSUK and the Centre for African Studies (CAS) at SOAS, London. Short reports are now available on each of the seminars, dealing with topics of arms, agriculture, arts and law.
Issue 53 of Sudan Studies (February 2016) is the first in its new full-colour design . Contents include: Chris Milner on South Sudan Theatre 2015; Chris Vaughn on Colonial Governance in Darfur during the Anglo-Egyptian Condominium; Ricardo Preve on The Story of the Macallé; and Derek A. Welsby on the work of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society.