To coincide with the 11th annual Oxford Alumni Weekend, 'Meeting Minds', St Antony's will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of the Middle East Centre at the College. The event will be held...Read more
Only four days after the General Election of 2017, Lord Howard and Lord Kinnock will discuss party leadership in conversation with St Antony’s Visiting Parliamentary Fellows, Baroness Kate Rock (...Read more
It is with great sorrow that I announce the death of Sir Alistair Horne.
Sir Alistair served in the Second World War, both in the Royal Airforce 1943–44 and in the Army’s Coldstream Guards...Read more
Professor Margaret MacMillan, current Warden of St Antony's College, has been recognised in Canada with two prestigious awards.
First, Prof. MacMillan has been recognised by the...Read more
St Antony's College is pleased to announce the formal recognition of Miles Larmer as Professor of African History of the University of Oxford.
Timothy Garton Ash has been named as the recipient of the prestigious Charlemagne Prize for 2017. Awarded from the town of Aachen, North-Western Germany, the prize has recognised special...Read more
What are the vital issues that shape politics in the modern world? This residential summer school enables participants to conduct in depth analysis of the politics of key countries and regions...Read more
Professor Alexander Betts (Director, Refugee Studies Centre and St Antony’s DPhil International Relations, 2007) and Professor Sir Paul Collier (Blavatnik School of Government and St Antony’s...Read more
Professor Archie Brown's work The Myth of the Strong Leader (Bodley Head, 2014) has been named by Bill Gates as one of his top 5 reads of 2016. "This year’s fierce election battle...Read more
The Investcorp Building at St Antony’s College has just been awarded the World Architecture Festival’s award for “Higher Education & Research – Completed Buildings”. This prestigious award...Read more