Professor of International Relations and Official Fellow, Linacre College
Associate Professor of Comparative Politics, Brasenose
Professor in the Sociology of Politics, Official Fellow in Politics, Nuffield College
Research topic: Reparation Designs: Policies and Politics of Redress in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina
Research topic: ‘THE CHOSEN PEOPLE’ AND ‘THE HOUSE OF MANY MANSIONS’: How Nationalism Stabilized Israel’s Democracy and Destabilized That of Lebanon
Research topic: Unquiet Ghosts: A Critique of Civil Disobedience
Professor in Comparative Politics, Professorial Fellow, Nuffield College, Harassment Officer
Associate Professor of Chinese Politics, Fellow of Merton College
Research topic: The role of trust in international politics
13th Jan 2017
Teresa Bejan’s new book, Mere Civility: Disagreement and the Limits of Toleration, has been reviewed by the New York Times (11 January).
13th Oct 2016
Gwendolyn Sasse has written an article on a recent change in Ukraine’s local politics for Carnegie Europe, first published on 3 October and published yesterday in a series of answers to the 'Question of the Week' on the Carnegie Europe blog 'Strategic Europe'.
Friday 21 October, eight days from today, will mark the 50th anniversary of one of the worst natural disasters in modern British history: the collapse of a colliery spoil tip onto the town of Aberfan that lead to 144 deaths, including more than 100 children who were killed when their school was crushed by the land slide.
7th Oct 2016
28th Jul 2016
Alexander Betts has given a TED talk on the UK's Brexit vote, why it happened, and what to do next.
5th Jul 2016
Geoffrey Evans was one of a group of academics who spoke in a televised seminar entitled "Britain's European vote: The Outcome and Implications of the EU Referendum on EU membership" for the BBC Parliament channel (30 June).
1st Jul 2016
Margaret MacMillan was interviewed for the 'World Update' programme on the BBC World Service (28 June) in an episode entitled 'Brexit: European Reaction', in which she was specifically asked about reports of an increase in racist incidents in the wake of the EU referendum result.
1st Jun 2016
Sudhir Hazareesingh has written an article in the Times Literary Supplement (27 May) reviewing books by the historian Pascal Ory and by the former Justice Minister Christiane Taubira, both dealing with the aftermath of the terrorist attacks of 2015. In this article Sudhir discusses how French progressives should respond to the jihadi threat. The full article can be read here: http://www.the-tls.co.uk/articles/public/je-suis-le-monde/
30th May 2016
19th Feb 2016
Dr Sudhir Hazareesingh recently appeared on BBC Radio 3's Free Thinking, where he discussed the republican ideal of freedom in the context of the Delacroix exhibition which has just opened at the National Gallery in London.
Gwen Sasse and Félix Krawatzek have published an article on The Conversation, in which they discuss their research into the experiences of German migrants to the US.
15th Feb 2016
Stuart White appeared BBC Radio 4's 'Analysis' (15 February), a programme which examines ideas shaping public policy.
8th Feb 2016
Justin Pearce, (DPhil in Politics, 2007) has had a book on political identity in Angola published by Cambridge University Press.
13th Jan 2016
Sudhir Hazareesingh has been quoted in an article for Oxford Today (1 January) exploring the aftershocks of the attacks on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in January 2015.
14th Dec 2015
Andrea Ruggeri has co-authored two articles for the Washington Post's 'Monkey Cage' blog on the emotional context behind the growing support for Islamic State.
30th Nov 2015
Elias Dinas, Associate Professor of Comparative Politics, has been quoted in an article in the New York Times, discussing political differences within families, and the potential for argument.
7th Oct 2015
Gwendolyn Sasse was part of a transdisciplinary discussion at the House of World Cultures in Berlin on 3 October where she gave a lecture in reaction to the work by the artistic collective Slavs and Tatars.