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Dr Aaron Rapport wins Pilkington Prize
PhD poster competition winner announced
The department of POLIS is pleased to announce that the winner of the 2018 PhD poster competition is Léonie de Jonge.
Prof David Runciman elected to British Academy Fellowship
Winner of the Lisa Smirl Prize 2017-18 Announced
José Ciro Martinez wins the prize for his thesis: ‘The Politics of Bread: State Power, Food Subsidies and Neoliberalization in Hashemite Jordan’.
Supervisor Award 2017-18
The Bennett Studentship for Public Policy
Scholarship available for 2019/20 entry
POLIS Collection for Jimmy's Night Shelter
Kate Gross Obituary
Towards a new research centre at POLIS: the Centre of Geopolitics and Grand Strategy
The Alcuin Lecture 2015 - Friday 5 June
'Our infinite Scotland small?' Choosing worlds to join.
Celebrating five years of the Centre of Governance and Human Rights at POLIS
Dr Alexander Anievas has been awarded the 2015 Sussex International Theory Prize
POLIS is now on Tumblr!
Dr Bernardo Zacka, post-doctoral affiliate in POLIS, wins 2015 Robert Noxon Tappan prize
Alcuin Lecture 2015 available to view online
MPP candidate awarded 2020-21 Kanders Churchill Scholarship
NEW: 2 PhD Funding Awards available in POLIS
Dr Justin Pearce reflects on recent protest, repression and the rule of law in Angola.
Visit from Professor Stephen Walt
POLIS workshop - Europe and its crises
Banu Turnaoglu wins leading dissertation prize
New History and Politics Tripos - further details
POLIS cycles to work
Conference: The crisis of Democracy? - Evidence from the Post-communist world
Guardian Politics Weekly podcast: Dr David Runciman on democracy in crisis
Scholarships Available for 2017/18 Applicants
The 2016 Antcliffe Lecture with Tristram Hunt MP