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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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It is with sadness that the College announces the death of Sir John Swire, of John Swire & Sons, at the age of 89. He was an Honorary...

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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...

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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...

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Since its founding in November 2015, Tea Circle has been covering various subjects (politics, development, culture) related to Myanmar. In seeking to become a platform for debate and...

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Since its founding in November 2015, Tea Circle has been covering various subjects (politics, development, culture) related to Myanmar. In seeking to become a platform for debate and...

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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...

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St Antony’s College is sad to announce the passing of Antonin Besse Senior, the son of the College’s founder, Antonin Besse at the age of 89.

Tony as he was fondly known will be missed by...

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St Antony’s is delighted to announce that Natalia Doan (MSc Modern Japanese Studies, 2015 and current DPhil Oriental Studies candidate) has won The British association of Japanese Studies’...

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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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