Dr Danila Serra (DPhil Economics, 2009) has won the The International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) Vernon L. Smith 'Ascending Scholar Prize'. The Prize is awarded to a...Read more
Antonian Aurelio Nuño Mayer (MSc Latin American Studies, 2006) has resigned as Mexico´s Minister of Education to move to the role of Campaign Manager for the Institutional Revolutionary Party´s (...Read more
The following books have been published by St Antony's Fellows since July:
Current St Antony's Student (MSc Comparative and International Education 2017-) and Centre for International Studies Research Associate (2015-) Brooks Newmark recently wrote a report on...Read more
A two-day workshop on 'New Approaches to the South China Sea Conflicts', organised by Drs Nagamuttu Ravindranathan and Matthew J. Walton was held at St Antony's College and the University of...Read more
Professor Robert Service was awarded the Danube Prize on 8 November 2017 'in recognition of his body of work chronicling Russian history from the late nineteenth century to the present'.
Professor Robert Service, Emeritus Fellow, was awarded the Danube Prize on 8 November 2017 'in recognition of his body of work chronicling Russian history from the late nineteenth century to the...Read more
From Oxford Today, 8 November 2017:
A hundred years ago to the day, Russians awoke to find the Provisional government under arrest and a new Bolshevik regime in its place.
BBC Radio 4 has announced today our former Warden Professor Margaret MacMillan will be the BBC Reith Lecturer in the 70th year of the series, delivering five lectures in the Summer 2018 which will...Read more
What are the implications of Brexit and of potential pressure elsewhere in the EU to repatriate powers from Brussels for the political and economic environment of the Balkans? Will the departure...Read more