Paul Irwin Crookes took the opportunity during a recent research trip to London to catch up with alumni from the MSc in Contemporary Chinese Studies by getting together at a local pub in the heart of Bloomsbury.
The British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowships are three-year Fellowship awards made to an annual cohort of outstanding Early Career Scholars. The call will open soon.
The Africa Oxford Initiative (AfOx), in association with St Edmund Hall, Christ Church College and St.
Paul Irwin Crookes presented his latest research thinking at the annual EU-China Policy and Practice Roundtable and Forum in Brussels organised by the Friends of Europe think-tank in collaboration with the Mission of the People’s Repu
Amidst tensions on the Sino-Indian border, the School’s Kate Sullivan de Estrada, together with Nicola Leveringhaus of King’s College London, argues that China perceives an Indian threat in the global nuclear order https://
On Monday 19 June 2017, Jennifer Holdaway gave a talk to faculty and students at Fudan University in Shanghai titled "Balancing environmental and social justice: the implications of stronger environmental protection for rural-urban inequality."
The African Studies Newsletter for 2013 has now been published. Please do have read about the highlights of the 2012-2013 academic year!
Using the British Library's Slavonic and East European Collections Thursday 20th-Friday 21st March 2014 at the British Library and UCL School of Slavonic & East European Studies
On October 31, Professor Leigh Payne, Dr Francesca Lessa, and Gabriel Pereira presented at Chatham House some of the preliminary conclusions and policy implications emanating from their research on the controversial issue of amnesty laws for atrocities in the aftermath of transitions from authori
On 12th November 2013, Dr Bert Hoffmann (GIGA Hamburg) discussed the new role of the Internet in shaping the public sphere in Cuba.
On 5th November 2013, Professor James McGuire, chair of the Department of Government at Wesleyan University in Connecticut, analyzed the conditional cash transfer programmes introduced by the government of Evo Morales since 2006.
Professor Paulo Visentini (Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre) has been selected as the Rio Branco Visiting Professor of International Relations at the University of Oxford.