Born within the walls of the legendary Senate House, the SASiety aims to continue a tradition of intellectualism, cultural inquisitiveness, and interest in what makes us tick not only as individuals but also, as a collective whole. Though the society was originally created to bring in together postgraduate students from different institutes within the School of Advanced Study, we are committed to bringing together people from all paths of life and we welcome anyone who wants to join in on the conversation.
We hope our blog is a safe space for everyone. Our priority is to report on the happenings within the School of Advanced Study and to also keep us in the loop about important global events. It is our duty to report factually correct news and we will always add the opinions of experts in our posts to keep you best informed.
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SASiety Committee 2020/21
Islay Shelbourne (IHR)
Social Events Secretary
Islay is responsible for planning and running our social events. From open mics, performances, book clubs, wine and cheese evenings, pub quizzes, you name it! We are always looking for creative ways to expand our events, so if you have any ideas of what you’d like to see, do get in touch!
Natalia Fantetti (IES)
Academic Events Secretary
Natalia supervises our academic events, such as (virtual) conferences, academic talks, and more! She ensures meetings are effectively organised and minutes them, while also maintaining effective records and administration. If you would like to see any speaker on our series, don’t hesitate to let us know!
Conny Kaufmann (IMLR)
Editor-in-Chief & Publicity Officer
Conny is the head of SASiety’s blog. She writes and supervises the publication of articles. Her goal is to report effectively and accurately about what’s happening around London and in the world, especially things that concern postgraduate students.