Accommodating the World from Oxford
Part of the
Palgrave Studies in International Relations Series
book series (PSIR)
The decision to put in for the Montague Burton Chair at Oxford, a vacancy arising from Alistair Buchan’s sudden death in February 1976, was in many ways a logical one. Hélène Mitchell, who worked with Bull at the ANU as a research assistant, wrote to him at All Souls that same month:
You can imagine the speculation doing the rounds in the dep[artment] with the news of Alistair Buchan’s death – ‘Would HB be offered the Oxford Chair, and if offered would he accept?’ Would you?1
It was clear he would be missed if he did go.
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