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20 years of Putin: How has Russia Changed?

Saturday 7 December, 9:00am to 6:00pm

Investcorp Auditorium, St. Antony's College

REES are excited to announce a full day event,...

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Russia’s growing diplomatic and strategic presence in the Middle East raises interesting questions for academic research on Russian foreign policy. ...

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We are delighted by the news that our former Warden, Professor Margaret MacMillan has been made an Honorary Fellow of the British Academy. Professor MacMillan was one of four Honorary Fellows...

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Dr Michal Šimečka (MPhil Russian and East European Studies, 2006) has been elected to the European Parliament, representing the 'Progressive Slovakia' party. Dr Šimečka wrote his MPhil thesis on...

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Dr Julia Viebach (SCR Member) of the African Studies Centre has been awarded, along with Jozie Kettle of the Pitt Rivers Museum, the Vice-Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Award 2019....

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20 years of Putin: How has Russia Changed?

Saturday 7 December, 9:00am to 6:00pm

St. Antony's College, Oxford

REES are excited to announce a full day event, taking place at St...

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The College is delighted that Professor Marilyn Booth (DPhil Comparative Literature, 1983) was the co-winner of the 2019 Man Booker International Prize, with Jokha al-Harthi, for Celestial Bodies...

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There is a renewed interest in Vasily Grossman, as his epic work on Stalingrad has recently been translated into English for the first time by Robert Chandler. 

John Garrard (Senior...

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On 12 June, for the 7th consecutive year, Global Strategy Forum invited SEESOX to give a presentation on the region. This drew its inspiration from the Hilary Term seminar series, which...

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