Dahrendorf Scholars

Dahrendorf Scholars

Each year three or four 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 consisting of Fellows of the College. Applications for 2016/17 scholarships close on December 9. Please email: tga.pa@sant.ox.ac.uk for more details. 

 

The 2016 Dahrendorf Scholars

 

Helen Haft 

                                        


Iris Nxumalo 

 


Renzhi Li 

 

 

The 2015 Dahrendorf Scholars 

Monica Richter
Monica Richter 

   

Jalal Imran
Jalal Imran

 

Suzanne Robin
Suzanne Robin 

 

The 2014 Dahrendorf Scholars 


Ava Hess 

 

 Max Gallien         
Max Gallien 

 

Yu Tao Yu Tao

 

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