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Dr Ahmed al-Shahi and Dr Laurent Mignon have edited a work on Women Writers of the Two Sudans. This is the proceedings of a conference organised by...

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Professor Arthur Stockwin (Emeritus Fellow) has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the Australian National University for his services to the study of Japanese politics.

The formal...

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Emeritus Fellow Edward Roger John Owen died on 22 December 2018 in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Professor Roger Owen joined St Antony’s as a doctoral student in Social Studies in 1960 and...

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The College is sorry to announce that Pamela Vandermin, former College Secretary, has passed away this month. She was 94. Mrs Vandermin worked for the College from 1963 to 1986. 

The International Politics Summer School, which has been running at St Antony's since 2008, has announced its 2019 programme.

It is a two-week residential summer school tackling the vital...

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Professor Louis Cha, Honorary Fellow of St Antony's has died, aged 94. He was known as the 'Tolkien of Chinese Literature,' and was best known for his fiction.

Professor Cha translated...

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Professor (Ralph) Carter Elwood, who was a Senior Associate Member 1970-71 and again in 1974, has died aged 82. 

Professor Elwood wrote on Roman Malinovsky and Inessa Armand. He was a...

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Dr Oliver Ready (Research Fellow in Russian Literature and Culture) has won the Read Russia Prize 2018 for the best translation into any language of a work of Russian literature published since...

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The College pleased to announce that three Antonian Fellows have been included in the University's 2018 Recognition of Distinction. This confers the title of Professor in recognition of research...

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It is with great sorrow that the Warden announced the death of Mr Anthony Kirk-Greene.

Tony was a Senior Research Fellow at St Antony’s from 1967 to 1982, and a Governing Body Fellow from...

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The Warden is sad to have learnt of the death of Lord Carrington.

He served as a Major in the Grenadier Guards, and awarded the Military  Cross, in the Second World After leaving the Army,...

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Professor Rosemary Foot (Emeritus Fellow) has been awarded a Leverhulme Emeritus Fellowship for a research project on China, the United Nations and Human Protection. 

This research project...

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The Middle East Centre is pleased to announce the generous gift to the MEC Archive of two historic photograph albums of the wedding of Princess Fawzia Fuad of Egypt to Crown Prince (later Shah of...

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Coalitional Presidentialism in Comparative Perspective

Minority Presidents in Multiparty Systems

Paul ChaistyNic Cheeseman, and ...

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A new work co-authored by Professor in International Relations Kalypso Nicolaidis examines the 'Greco-German Affair in the Euro Crisis':

'This book focuses on one of the most highly charged...

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