Paul Chaisty has been awarded funding from the British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grants scheme to support research on How Russians Make Sense of Politics: A 2018 Russian Presidential Election Study.
On the 25th of April, the first REES Alumni Event took place. Both MSc and MPhil students gathered in the Dahrendorf Room at St Antony’s College to hear from REES alumni about the career paths they undertook after leaving REES.
On Wednesday 17th May at 4pm Judith Pallot will be discussing her and Elena Katz's book 'Waiting at the Prison Gate: Women, Identity and the Russian Prison System’ with Laurie Taylor, on the BBC Radio 4 programme 'Thinking Allowed'.
Starting in Michaelmas Term 2017, (Post)Socialisms in the Global Context is a new work-in-progress group for faculty and students working on themes related to socialism and postsocialism, broadly defined.
The EC has now opened the 2017 Call for Proposals for Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships.
A new publication in April 2017 by Christopher Mark Davis, Reader in Command and Transition Economies at REES, analyses Russia’s Changing Economic and Military Relations with Europe and Asia from Cold War to the Ukraine Conflict: The Impacts of Power
SIAS can only submit a maximum of three applications to this call so we are introducing an SIAS internal selection process, any interested candidates need to meet the deadlines below:
SIAS intention to apply by: Monday 1st August at the very latest
Prof Chris Davis has been invited to Korea Institute for International Economic Policy to deliver a seminar talk on ‘Russia, the Ukraine Conflict and Economic Sanctions: Implications for the Economies of Europe and Asia’.
Jim Dine's 'A History of Communism' will be accompanied by a catalogue published by Steidl with text by Professor Gwen Sasse, Professorial Fellow in Politics, Nuffield College, Oxford University.
Prof Sasse comments on the latest developments in Ukraine/Russia by Carnegie Europe as one of the experts answering their ‘Question of the Week’.
Dr Paul Chaisty has been awarded funding from the University’s John Fell OUP Research Fund to support research on Nationalism and State-Building at a Crucial Turning Point: Democracy, Authoritarianism and Political Mobilisation in Ukraine and Russia.
Angelina Gibson has won a Bodleian award for support of teaching and learning which will be presented at a special Teaching Awards ceremony, hosted by the Vice-Chancellor in Michaelmas Term.