The Warden of St Antony’s College Professor Margaret MacMillan will be visiting Japan in October and there will be a dinner for Antonians on 6 October 2016 in Tokyo.
St Antony’s College is a graduate college in the north of Oxford with very strong links to Japan as it is home to the University’s Nissan Institute for Japanese Studies as well as to a large number of Japan experts and scholars. It is also one of the most international colleges in Oxford with more than 400 students from 77 different countries.
Professor Margaret MacMillan is a Professor in International History with research interests including imperial history, social history, the history of war and society, and international history. She became Warden of St Antony’s College in 2007.
The dinner on 6 October will be buffet style, and afterwards Professor MacMillan will talk on the topic “Using History to Make Sense of the Present” There will be plenty of time to ask questions, both formally and informally.
If you are a graduate of St Antony’s or have some other affiliation with the College please take this unique opportunity to meet the Warden and other Antonians based in Japan. Booking deadline is 28 September.
Thursday 6 October 2016
Location: Cruise Cruise the Ginza, Ginza Core Bldg. 7F, Ginza 5-8-20, Chuo ku, Tokyo 104-0061
Price: 6,000yen (Buffet and free drinks. Please pay on the door)