All Tuesday meetings take place at 9.00 am History Faculty, George Street, University of Oxford.
Jussi M. Hanhimäki, Professor of International History and Politics at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva will give a Europaeum Lecture in February at St Antony's College, Oxford. His title will be Re-evaluating the Legacy of Henry Kissinger: Statesman or Stuntman?
The Lecture will be held at St Antony's College, Oxford on February 19th and chaired by Professor MacMillan. Two new discussants will take part in the forthcoming lecture: Peter Jay, former UK Ambassador to the US, and Joe Klein, Time Columnist and author of Primary Colours. Professor Hanhimäki is a leading expert on the international history of the Cold War. He is an advisor, and former director, for the Programme for the Study of Global Migration at the Geneva Institute. His main research interests include American foreign policy, transatlantic relations, and the international history of the Cold War.
Continuing our ongoing Oxford-Geneva Links programme, which brings scholars from Oxford to Geneva, and Geneva to Oxford, the Europaeum is organising another special lecture hosted by our partner The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva. This year Professor Sir Adam Roberts, Senior Research Fellow of the Centre for International Studies, Oxford, Emeritus Fellow of Balliol College, and President of the British Academy, will lecture on A Kind of Madness: Jean-Jacques Rousseau on International Relations on May 21st. Sir Adam is a long-time supporter of the Europaeum, having delivered the published Europaeum Lecture on International Law and the Use of Military Force : The United Nations, the United States and Iraq at the Universiteit Leiden on June 6th, 2003. Click here to download the event poster.
This event will be open to the public. Interested students and scholars should contact the Europaeum Office for more information.
Professor Keith Krause, Professor of International Relations at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, will be lecturing at Corpus Christi College, Oxford on November 7th on The End of War: Political Violence in the 20th Century, continuing our prestigious lecture series begun 10 years, which has seen luminaries such as Ralf Dahrendorf, Margaret Macmillan, Charles Wiplosz and many others take part. Sir Adam Roberts, now president of British academy, who gave a much discussed Europaeum Lecture in 2003 on International Law and the Use of Military Force: The United Nations, the United States and Iraq, will chair this event. See attached poster for details of the event
The Europaeum Masters Programme in European History and Civilisation offers graduate students a special opportunity to deepen their knowledge of European history and institutions, their philosophical and historical backgrounds and underpinnings, and their social and economic contexts, through the lens of three different university worlds. This knowledge plays an increasingly crucial role in practical decision-making and strategic planning, where Europe-wide and global contact and negotiation is required.
The Fault-lines of Europe
History Faculty, George Street, University of Oxford
All seminars take place at 10.00 am
Professor Archie Brown, Emeritus Professor of Politics at Oxford University and former Director of the Russian and East European Centre at St Antony’s College, will speak on the topic Why did Communism end in Europe? Why did it mutate in Asia? on May 11, 2011 at Charles University, Prague. Professor Brown is one of the world's premier academics on Russian and Soviet politics, Communist politics, the Cold War and political leadership. This Europaeum Lecture will be Co-Chaired by Dr Milan Znoj, Department of Political Science at Charles University, and Researcher in the Institute of Philosophy at the Czech Academy of Sciences; and Dr Michal Pullman, Head of the Department of Economic and Social History at Charles University.
Please download the event Poster for more information.
The Europaeum continued its series of lectures linking the University of Oxford and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, under the special Oxford-Geneva Link Programme, now in its 10th year. On March 3rd 2011, Dr. Ngaire Woods, Director of the Global Economic Governance Programme and Academic Director of the new Blavatnik School of Government in Oxford, delivered a Europaeum Lecture at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, on Bypassed in the New Economic Order? The EU and Global Governance after the Crash. Professor Slobodan Djajic was the chair.
Professor Robert Fox, long-time Europaeum contributor and supporter, who is currently teaching and lecturing in Prague, will also deliver a Europaeum Lecture on October 21, from 14:00 in Room 201 at the Faculty of Arts, main building Jana Palacha Square 2, on Science and the travails of Modernity in Fin-de-siècle France. As a Europaeum Visiting Professor Professor Fox will also be available to meet young scholars working in the field of the History of Science.
The Europaeum is organising a very special event with Peter Sutherland chairman of Goldmann Sachs and former chairman of British Petroleum, now a UN representative on Migration and Chair of the LSE. He will be speaking at on the theme Common Values and Federalism in Europe at 17.30 on the 28th September, in the Nissan Theatre, St Antony's College, Oxford . This talk is part of a major Europaeum international conference on Federalisms - East and West - India, Europe, and North America. The conference itself is by invitation only, though the keynote talk by Mr. Sutherland is open to all.
Europaeum Lecture: Overcoming the legacy of the 20th Century: Protecting Human Rights in Modern Democracies
Thursday 3rd June, 2010, 17:15h
Leiden University, Lipsius Building, room 147 (Cleveringaplaats 1)
Professor Vernon Bogdanor
Professor of Government, University of Oxford