Visiting Professors

Academic Mobility Among Member Institutions

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The movement and exchange of academic staff between Europaeum member institutions supports the development of broader intellectual perspectives and promotes the exchange of ideas, as well as providing an opportunity for new collaborative projects to be formulated and discussed. This concept is central to the Europaeum mission, and thus is actively supported through our academic mobility programmes. Europaeum universities can invite a distinguished scholar from another partner institution to serve as Europaeum Visiting Professor. Typically an EVP may offer a seminar, give a lecture and/or supervise research students; he or she may also pursue personal research, work with collaborators, or plan collaboration opportunities.

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Bertelsman Europaeum Visiting Chair in 20th Century Jewish History and Politics

The Bertelsman Europaeum Visiting Chair in 20th Century Jewish History and Politics is also linked to the Europaeum and attached to Mansfield College, Oxford, with generous support from the Bertelsmann Foundation, and is awarded each year to a distinguished scholar in the field who is required to deliver a series of lectures and seminars, including at least one major Europaeum Lecture.