On a late summer weekend in September, more than 200 Antonians from the '90s cohort of students returned to St Antony's to reconnect with peers and professors and take a trip back down memory lane...
'The Armenia-Azerbaijan conflict bears the heavy burden of 200 years of colonial legacies, including Russia’s special relations with Armenians in Muslim colonies'
Our 2023 Telephone Campaign has been a huge success, raising over £75k to support St Antony’s DAC Scholarship Endowment.
Over ten days, our brilliant team of...Read more
Honorary Fellow and alumna of St Antony's, Baroness Minouche Shafik DBE, HonFBA has been appointed as the 20th President of Columbia University in the City of New York.
Antonian William Josephson (Politics 1958) recorded a podcast on proposals pending in the US Congress to strengthen the Electoral Count Act of 1887. This statute played an extraordinarily...Read more
We were delighted to meet with so many of our European-based alumni last week. In collaboration with our Liaison Officers, we were pleased to host three informal events, which were fantastic...Read more
Antonian, Bihi Egeh (Diplomatic Studies, 2018) has been appointed Minister of Labour and Social Affairs of Somalia.
Bihi did his Master’s degree in Diplomatic Studies at Oxford. He has a...Read more
The latest Antonian Magazine is out!
This edition features interviews with Antonian MPs, new Scholarship initiatives, St Antony's Equality and Diversity Committee, news and publications...Read more
Dr. Muhammad Jawad Noon (2016 MSc Evidence-Based Intervention and Policy Evaluation) has received the German Medical Award 2021. The prize is awarded to clinics, doctors, practices, researchers,...Read more
The College is pleased to report that Bryony Winn (MPhil International Development, 2007), who was also a Rhodes Scholar while at St Antony’s, was named President of Anthem Health Solutions in...Read more
Professor Joan Martinez-Alier (BLitt Agricultural Economics, 1963; Research Fellow, 1966-1973; SAM, 1983-84) was recently awarded the Balzan Prize for contributions to ecological economics.... Read more
Paul Fox (MPhil Russian and East European Studies 1983), has been appointed as UK Ambassador to Hungary.