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The Foxes, Oxford University’s graduate women’s football team (made up of players from St Antony’s, St Cross, Nuffield and Wolfson colleges), lifted the 2015 Cuppers Trophy for the very first time...

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St Antony's College will host the International Politics Summer School from 2 until 15 August 2015. This residential summer school provides participants with the opportunity to study in depth the...

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Alumna Marianne Scordel (MSt Middle Eastern Studies, 1998) won a Hedgeweek Global Award 2015 for Best European Business Consultant (for hedge funds).

The awards were determined by the votes...

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On 3 March SEESOX, LSEE and DPIR briefed a meeting of the Global Strategy Forum (held in a House of Lords Committee Room) on the Workshop they convened on 30 January on “Bosnia and Herzegovina:...

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Professor Leigh Payne, GB Fellow at St Antony's College and Director of the Latin American Centre, will discuss the impact of transitional justice mechanisms in...

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Review of The Fall of the Ottomans: The Great War in the Middle East by Professor Eugene Rogan, Director of the Middle East Centre at the University of Oxford. The book is described as ‘thorough...

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Asian Studies, Cornell University

Position ID: Cornell-Asian Studies-MLL [#5390]

Position Title: Burmese Language Lecturer

Position Type: Non tenure-track faculty

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Asian Studies, Cornell University

Position ID: Cornell-Asian Studies-MLL [#5390]

Position Title: Burmese Language Lecturer

Position Type: Non tenure-track faculty

...

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The collaborative project between the University of Oxford and two human rights organizations, Andhes and Cels aims, first, to advance corporate accountability for human rights violations...

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