Professor Amii Omara-Otunnu (DPhil History, 1985) has been awarded one of the highest national awards in South Africa by President Rampaphosa. The award has been given for efforts to fight...Read more
Elijah Moshinsky (Russian and Eurasian Studies, 1970) has been awarded Australia's highest opera honour, the Opera Australia Trophy. It has been awarded in recognition of Mr Moshinsky's service to...Read more
Dr Jamie Metzl (DPhil History, 1994) has written a new book entitled 'Hacking Darwin', about how 'genetic-engineering is shaking the core foundations of our lives.' It has been reviewed by the...Read more
The Warden was delighted to welcome Antonians in Hong Kong to a dinner in March. We are most grateful to our Liaison Officers, Anna Yip (MPhil and DPhil Management Studies, 1993) and Peter von...Read more
Bryony Winn (MPhil Development Studies 2007) has been accepted into the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders programme 2019. Winn attended St Antony's as a Rhodes Scholar, writing her MPhil...Read more
It was lovely to see so many of our alumni attending our recent events in the US, in New York and Washington DC. We were joined at the New York event by alumnus Professor Paul Kennedy, who...Read more
The Honourable Dr John Hillen (DPhil International Relations, 1997) has become CEO of EverWatch. Dr Hillen had previously worked as Assistant Secretary of State for Political-Military Affairs...Read more
The Rt Hon Professor John Redwood (History, 1971) was knighted in the New Year's Honours List 'for political and public service'. He is currently MP for Wokingham.
Dr Gustavo Perez Ramirez (SAM, 1969) was awarded a medal by the Colombian Congress on the occasion of his 90th birthday. The 'Caballero' medal recognised a lifetime of public service. It was...Read more
Tom Malinowski (MPhil Politics, 1989) won election to the US House of Representatives in November. He stood for the Democratic Party to represent the 7th Congressional District of New Jersey....Read more
Dr João Cravinho (DPhil International Relations, 1995) has been named Minister of Defence by Portugal.
Dr Cravinho wrote his dissertation on FRELIMO, in a thesis entitled 'Modernising...Read more
Ben Jealous (MSc Comparative Social Research, 1997) is campaigning for Governor of Maryland, having won the Democratic nomination in June 2018. Jealous was a Rhodes Scholar whilst at St Antony's,...Read more
Dr Rodrigo Cubera (DPhil Economics, 1997) has been appointed President of the Central Bank of Costa Rica. Whilst at St Antony's, he wrote his thesis on 'The Macroeconomic Effects of Inward Foreign...Read more