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Dr Michael Petrou (DPhil History, 2002) has been selected for the prestigious 2018 Neiman Fellowship, run through Harvard University’s Journalism Institute. He will research how Russia and Western...

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Dr Graham Jevon (DPhil History 2015) has had a blog post published by The National Archives in their ‘Connecting Collections’ series. ‘...

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Professor Dr Stephen Ellis (DPhil Modern History, 1981) who died in 2015 has been honoured with a named Chair in recognition...

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Maxim Shashenkov (Politics, 1989) and Gregg Robins (Russian and East European Studies, 1989) have joined forces to offer solutions to wealthy families and...

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Dr Ahmed Al-Shahi (Social Anthropology, 1962 and current Research Fellow) has published an edited collection of letters sent from a...

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Dr Amy King (DPhil International Relations, 2013) has been awarded the prestigious Westpac Fellowship at the Australian National University. The Westpac Research Fellowship is awarded annually to...

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Chrystia Freeland (MSt Slavonic Studies, 1993) has been sworn-in as Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister. Ms Freeland has been promoted from International Trade Minister, a post held from November...

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On 6th January, the Venezuelan National Assembly elected Julio Andrés Borges (MSc Public Policy of Latin American, 1995) as its President.  A lawmaker since 2000, Borges is the leader of Justice...

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Dr David Mulford (DPhil Political Economy, 1962) has been appointed as Distinguished Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. He will be stepping down from his role at...

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Dr Juan José Echavarría Soto (DPhil Economics, 1995) has been appointed as the General Manager of the Banco de la República by its Board of Directors. Dr Echavarría has previously served as the...

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Every year in The Antonian we try to include as many news updates from Antonians as possible but, with so many successful, entrepreneurial and award-winning former students, academics and...

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With so many former students, researchers and academics publishing we struggle to fit news of every new work into the print-copy of The Antonian. Below are those published during the last...

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Open Society Fellow Sasha Polakow-Suransky’s (DPhil History, 2003) discussion of the rise of the Far Right across Europe is now available as a ‘Long Read’ online. Her analysis of the changing...

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Dr Jamie Metzl (DPhil Oriental Studies, 1994) has published his latest thriller, Eternal Sonata, a timely and thought-provoking novel discussing ideas of genetics, politics and near-...

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St Antony’s recently hosted a gathering of alumni who matriculated in 1996. Over the course of a few days, the group relived life at college; from the joys of the late bar, visits to Oxford’s...

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