Jonny Steinberg, Professor of African Studies and Director of the African Studies Centre, has published an article on ‘Re-examining the early years of anti-retroviral treatment in South Africa: A taste for medicine’ in African Affairs.
On Thursday 12 January, Dr Kate Sullivan de Estrada, together with Assistant Professor Manjari Chatterjee Miller of Boston University and Professor Ian Hall of Griffith University, Australia, spoke at an event to launch the special edition of International Affairs published this month.
On Friday 13 January, Dr Kate Sullivan de Estrada, together with Professor Amrita Narlika of GIGA and Assistant Professor Manjari Chatterjee Miller of Boston University, spoke at a launch event for the special edition of International Affairs published this month, held at The German Institute of
The African Studies Centre is delighted to announce that Prof. Wale Adebanwi has been appointed Rhodes Professor of Race Relations and will be joining us in July 2017.
Barclay Bram Shoemaker, current student in the MSc in Contemporary Chinese Studies, has recently published a selection of articles in Vice which give readers original insight into China's rapidly changing society.
Dr. Anna Pleshakova has been awarded a TDEP grant of £10K to implement the project "Research Methods for Multimodal Communication and Discourse Analyses" (January-July 2017).
Paul Irwin Crookes presented evidence about the potential impact of Brexit on UK-China relations as a contributor to a policy-led interdisciplinary workshop hosted by the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford.
Paul Irwin Crookes presented the latest research thinking on the future of economic relations between the United Kingdom and Taiwan in light of Brexit at a policy seminar hosted by The Royal United Services Institute for Defence and S
LSE experts debated what the EU got right and what it got wrong in the political crisis that followed Ukraine’s refusal to sign the Association Agreement in November 2013.
On 20 November 2014 several of the LAC-DPhil network students made very professional and interesting presentations, the discussants had good questions and comments that pushed the speakers to think in new ways, and the audience pushed them further. It was an excellent first session of the year t
Practitioners and academics from different regions of the world discussed corporate complicity, the most innovative approach in transitional justice practices.
The Oxford Graduate Scholarships have been established through a groundbreaking new matched funding initiative to enable the creation of fully-funded scholarships for graduate students of the highest calibre from across the world.
The Exhibition Opening Reception, 11 Novemver 6-8pm in the Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre, St Anne’s College.