For a description of the Maxwell Collection by Professor Gabriel Paquette click The Eagle 2012 extract.pdf

St John’s has also announced a new Celso Furtado Fellowship which will bring a leading Brazilian historian or humanities scholar to Cambridge each year.

A Colecao Kenneth Maxwell by Lucas Bertolo

Harvard University
The Kenneth Maxwell Thesis Prize in Brazilian Studies was awarded for the first time in the Spring of 2005, and was established to recognise the best Harvard College senior thesis on a subject related to Brazil. Candidates may be nominated by their department/concentration/instructional committee, or candidates may nominate their own thesis.

Princeton University
Kenneth Maxwell Senior Thesis Prize. The Program in Latin American Studies awarded for the best thesis related to Brazil. May be in any field or discipline. Princeton University Library Special Collections: "Documenting the Portuguese Revolution 1962-1994 The maxwell fund also finances purchases for Brazilian materials for the manuscript collection

Kenneth Maxwell Collection


Establishing English America: A Reminder of Putting COVID-19 in its Place

Sunday, 21 March 2021

After the outbreak of COVID-19, the pandemic set in.
And with that pandemic, the living generations simply ignored their past.
It has been and is a daunting experience hopefully living through COVID-19; but the simultaneous attack on Western culture and history nicely coincides with the pandemic so that we can lose site of the nature of the human condition which is struggle and challenges, not stasis. MORE.....Blog/Entries/2021/3/21_Entry_1.html
We have just published our latest book which is entitled, 2020: A Pivotal Year? Navigating Strategic Change at a Time of COVID-19 Disruption.
“2020: A Pivotal Year?” addresses the impacts of the COVID-19 disruption on global politics and provides assessments of the ripple effects felt throughout Europe and Asia

2020: A Pivotal Year? Navigating Strategic Change at a Time of COVID-19 Disruption - Second Line of Defense %

Thesis Prizes

First Brexit: Now the Exeter Bombing

Exeter was among the beautiful English cites chosen for attack on Hitler’s orders in retaliation for the RAF bombing of the mediaeval city of Lubeck in March 1942. The German aim was to target small English historic cities and damage historical buildings and cultural sites in revenge and to spread fear. They were called the “Baedeke Raids” after a popular German guide book to Britain.  MORE..... Blog/Entries/2021/3/5_First_Brexit__Now_the_Exeter_Bombing.html

St John’s College, Cambridge University

The Kenneth Maxwell Collection at St. John’s College, Cambridge University