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Hashi Mohamed (Msc African Studies, 2008) has written 'People Like Us' about social mobility in the UK, to favourable reviews. 

Chesa Boudin (MPhil Latin American Studies, 2003) has been elected District Attorney for San Francisco. In the election, held on November 5, Boudin won with 50.83% of the votes in the final round...

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Professor Nandini Gooptu (Associate Professor of South Asian Studies) has won research funding from the ESRC to investigate the causes of violence against women. The project, of which Professor...

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Tony Nicholls passed away at the age of 85 after a long illness. Very few people can claim a longer or deeper continuous relationship with St Antony’s since it was founded in 1950.

He...

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The St Antony's International Summer School for 2020 has been announced. This is a two-week residential summer school tackling the vital issues that shape politics in the modern world. It offers a...

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Glen Tullman (MSt Social Anthropology, 1982) has been given the 'Ripple of Hope' award by the Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights organisation. His fellow awardees for 2019 were Nancy Pelosi, JK...

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Registration has now closed for this REES conference on Saturday 7 December. Those who have a ticket can find the day's schedule here:

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 Distinguished Fellow at All Souls College, Oxford Professor Dame Marina Warner and  Edward Mortimer former adviser to UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan discuss Pakistan's Best Kept Secret,  A film...

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SEESOX is delighted to announce that its application for seed funding from the Oxford-Berlin Research Partnership to support its project entitled “Migration Diplomacy and Turkish-EU relations” has...

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SEESOX is delighted to announce that its application for seed funding from the Oxford-Berlin Research Partnership to support its project entitled “Migration Diplomacy and Turkish-EU relations” has...

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