Dahrendorf Scholars

Dahrendorf Scholars

Each year three St Antony’s students are selected by a competitive process to work on the Research Agenda of the Programme and to undertake a piece of independent research on a subject related to the study of freedom. The scholars are selected on the basis of written applications, and interviews when necessary by a committee of Fellows of the College. Applications for 2017/18 scholarships close Friday, 1 December. Please email: tga.pa@sant.ox.ac.uk for more details. 

 

 

The 2017 Dahrendorf Scholars

 

Xiaoyu Lu 

 

Jonathan Raspe 

 

William Allen 

 

 

The 2016 Dahrendorf Scholars

 

Helen Haft 

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Iris Nxumalo 

 


Renzhi Li 

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The 2015 Dahrendorf Scholars 

Monica Richter
Monica Richter 

   

Jalal Imran
Jalal Imran

 

Suzanne Robin
Suzanne Robin 

 

The 2014 Dahrendorf Scholars 


Ava Hess 

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 Max Gallien         
Max Gallien 

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Yu Tao Yu Tao

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The 2013 Dahrendorf Scholars

Bruce-Lockhart
Katherine Bruce-Lockhart 

From Hate Speech to Self-Censorship: The Role of the Media in Kenya’s 2007 & 2013 Elections

 

Bassam Gergi
Bassam Gergi 

For Jobs and Freedom, 50 Years On: The Struggle for Racial Equality in the Age of Obama  

 

McCarthy
Rory McCarthy 

Who is threatening free speech in post-revolutionary Tunisia? 

 

The 2012 Dahrendorf Scholars

Annabelle Chapman
Annabelle Chapman

Towards a 'Parallel Polis'? Creating Freedom on Belarus

 

Andrew Clark   
Andrew Clark

The Successes and Failures of Egyptian Secularism 

 

Rutger Kaput    
Rutger Kaput

The Wilders Case: A Politician on Trial 

 

The 2011 Dahrendorf Scholars 

Jacob Amis 
Jacob Amis 

"Quiet Spring": Jordan and the 2011 Arab Uprising

 

Engelhard
Katharine Engelhart

Bosnia’s Three-Headed Beast: Sejdić and Finci v. Bosnia and Herzegovina and the case for “reasonable” discrimination

 

Casey Selwyn  
Casey Selwyn

Death in Denial: A story of AIDS in South Africa

 

 The 2010 Dahrendorf Scholars 

Burbridge 
Dominic Burbidge

A Letter from a young Christian to a liberal

 

Andreas Knab   
Andreas Knab

A Bargain with Fate: to diffuse the threat of online Jihadism, we must stick to our guns

 

Kutarna   
Christopher Kutarna 

Democracy, Unbundled Objectivity, Subjectivity, and the Search for Common Ground

 

Xibai Xu
Xibai Xu

Neo-liberalism and Governance in China