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We are delighted to announce the publication of our latest SEESOX e-Review

The Azizeh Sheibani Essay Prize in Iranian and Persian-speaking World Studies

The Middle East Centre,
St Antony’s College, Oxford

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A Congregation meeting was held, recorded and was broadcast at noon on 17 March for the purpose of admitting to office Dr David Johnson, BA Witwatersrand, MEd Manc, MA Oxf, PhD Brist, Fellow of St...

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The RESC Monday Seminar series for Trinity Term 2021 - entitled Russia: Uncertain Foreign Policy Directions, Enduring Literature - will take place online. The convenors are Professor Roy...

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Here are two articles co-authored by RESC Fellow Professor Paul Chaisty:

How challenger parties can win big with frozen cleavages: Explaining the landslide victory of the Servant of...

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On 10th - 11th March 2021 St Antony’s will be holding its first ever Giving Day!

Over the course of 36 hours we want everyone connected with St Antony’s – our alumni, our staff and friends...

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'No individual made a more profound impact on world history in the second half of the 20th century than did Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union. The celebration...

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A message from the Warden, Professor Roger Goodman, on the passing away of Dr David Washbrook (Emeritus Fellow):

'I am sorry to have to pass on the sad news that David Washbrook passed away...

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To access two newly-published articles by Professor Chris Gerry, please see below:

How self-rated is self-rated health? Exploring the role of individual and institutional factors in...

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The Curzon Memorial Prize will be awarded in Hilary Term 2021 for an essay on some aspect of Indian life or history.

The prize has a value of approximately £1250 and is open to all members...

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