The world renowned Oxford University Press has offices in Australia and New Zealand dating from April 1908.
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In economics, high profile economists in the Centre for the Study of African Economies (CSAE) have been looking at the economic impacts of state failure on Pacific islands.
In anthropology and medical sciences, Oxford DPhil students are undertaking field research in Naura studying the interaction of political and ecological factors on the island’s extraordinary high rates of obesity.Oxford and its colleges created places for 32 undergraduate and ten postgraduate students in the arts, humanities, social sciences and law.Oxford has educated a number of Oceanians who have gone on to be prominent public figures.Oxford holds important collections of art and artefacts from Australia, New Zealand and the wider Pacific region, and a particularly impressive series of materials from the early exploration of the area is housed in Oxford’s various collections.The Bodleian Library has strong holdings of material relating to Australia and New Zealand in its collections, including manuscripts and early printed books relating to the early travellers from Europe to the southern Hemisphere; and substantial materials relating to the colonial and post-colonial history of Australia and New Zealand, ranging from diaries and letters to official publications.With a total of 11 alumni groups across the region, these Oxonians have many opportunities to meet and interact with one another Oxford’s links with Oceania have also produced a number of world-renowned academics, including several at Oxford today, and leaders in business.