Dr Florencia Lopez Boo (DPhil Economics, 2009) has published a valuable contribution to child care quality in both Spanish and English. How is Child Care Quality Measured? A Toolkit is a...Read more
19 March: Antonian Reunion - Amsterdam
St Antony's College will hold a dinner in Amsterdam on Saturday 19th March, to be held at ...Read more
Robert Gascoigne (DPhil Politics, 1980), became an Emeritus Professor of the School of Theology, Australian Catholic University, in 2015. Since graduating, his work has focussed on the...Read more
Professor Peter Burke (History, 1960) has published his latest work 'What is the History of Knowledge?' (2016) The book in an introduction into a new and fast-growing field of...Read more
Erin O’Halloran (DPhil History), current student at St Antony’s College features as a guest expert on Scenes of Reason, a new online news site. O’Halloran, as well as another Antonian,...Read more
Antonian Dr Charles Powell (History, 1981) has been made an ‘ufficiale’ of the Ordine della Stella d’Italia by the Italian President.
Chrystia Freeland (Politics, 1993) has been appointed as Canadian Minister of International Trade, and Liberal MP for University-Rosedale.
Julie Taylor (DPhil Development Studies, 2003) has curated an exhibition drawing on archival objects and wartime documentary photographs. “(Not) Remembering Namibia" explores memory, silence,...Read more
Two Antonians have been presented with the Allard Prize by the Peter A. Allard School of Law at the University of British Columbia. The $100,000 prize was awarded in recognition for the two...Read more
We received an emotional visit from many Alumni of the St Antony's Class of 95, who met at College last Saturday after 20 years of matriculating at Oxford. Antonians were able to meet old friends...Read more
Antonian Nemat 'Minouche' Shafik (Economics, 1987), the Bank of England Deputy Governor, has been named a dame in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Dr Shafik, who oversaw the Bank's 'Fair and...Read more