Dr Danila Serra (DPhil Economics, 2009) has won the The International Foundation for Research in Experimental Economics (IFREE) Vernon L. Smith 'Ascending Scholar Prize'. The Prize is awarded to a...Read more
Antonian Aurelio Nuño Mayer (MSc Latin American Studies, 2006) has resigned as Mexico´s Minister of Education to move to the role of Campaign Manager for the Institutional Revolutionary Party´s (...Read more
Sigrid Kaag (MPhil International Relations, 1985) has been named as the Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Co-Operation in the newly formed Dutch government.
Kaag, of the Democrats...Read more
Dr Zareer Masani (DPhil History, 1977) has published a thought provoking piece with OPEN Magazine, looking at Britain's involvement in India on the 70th Anniversary of Indian independence, and the...Read more
Below are a collection of tributes written by Antonians and former students of the late Professor Alfred Stepan (Honorary Fellow, St Antony's College).... Read more
Ezgi Basaran (former Academic Visitor at St Antony's College and current MPhil Modern Middle Eastern Studies student) has just published her latest work; 'Frontline Turkey:...Read more
Dr Laura Valadez (MSc Public Policy in Latin America, 2005 and DPhil Social Policy, 2012) has published with Professor Donald Hirsch a book on the living wage. This work offers a...Read more
Dr. Charles T. Powell (Junior Research Fellow, 1993-1995) has been appointed Companion in the Order of St Michael and St George for services to UK - Spanish relations.
Marwan Iskandar (BLitt Economics, 1970) has published on a very timely topic. His latest book ‘Central Banking in Uncertain Times: Lebanon & the US’ was launched at...Read more
Dr Michael Petrou (DPhil History, 2002) has been selected for the prestigious 2018 Neiman Fellowship, run through Harvard University’s Journalism Institute. He will research how Russia and Western...Read more
Dr Graham Jevon (DPhil History 2015) has had a blog post published by The National Archives in their ‘Connecting Collections’ series. ‘...Read more
Maxim Shashenkov (Politics, 1989) and Gregg Robins (Russian and East European Studies, 1989) have joined forces to offer solutions to wealthy families and...Read more