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20 April 2018

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Congratulations to Harriet Aldrich on winning the prestigious Harry Hodson Prize

St Hugh’s doctoral student Harriet Aldrich has been awarded the prestigious Harry Hodson Prize, for her essay entitled ‘The Commonwealth, Apartheid, and the role of Micro-States’.

The prize is awarded by The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs.

Harriet said: “I am so excited and grateful to be receiving the Harry Hodson prize. I am honoured to have been considered by The Round Table, which is such a prestigious journal. It is a wonderful opportunity for an early career researcher such as myself, and will be invaluable to me as I continue in academia.”

Congratulations from all at St Hugh’s!

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