The Europaeum Academic Directory
The following is an open listing of scholars who have worked with the Europaeum since its inception and continue to work on current academic and scholarly research. Please use this facility to discover like-minded colleagues engaged in common research fields.
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Dr Jolanta Ambrosewicz-Jacobs
Ph.D. in Humanities from the Jagiellonian University (1990); Pew Fellow at Center for Study of Human Rights, Columbia University, Visiting Fellow at Oxford University (2002) and Cambridge (2003). She is a member of the OSCE/ ODIHR Advisory Council of Experts on Freedom of Religion or Belief (Organization for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights), Advisory to the Minister of Education of Poland on Holocaust, and other related bodies
- Led (along with Professor Mach) an educational workshop on the question Teaching European History. Between the Common and the National, which followed the Europaeum lecture by Professor David Marquand, 2007
Antisemitism in Poland, memory of the Holocaust and education about the Holocaust.
Professor Dr François Farhad Ameli
Professor of Law at the Sorbonne and Sciences Po Paris. He is a senior partner of the Paris-based law firm BEA Avocats, where he focuses on international contracts and litigation. He has authored numerous textbooks and articles in the fields of ethics, civil, labour and international law, as well as on the Middle East.
- Speaker at the Europaeum Summer School on Ethics and Europaen Policy Making, Paris, 2009
- Speaker at Prague Graduate Workshop on Europaen Migration in 20th Century, 2008
- Member of Academic Committee 2004 – 2009
Business Law and International Commerce Law. He represents multinational companies and SMEs in contractual negotiations and international litigation. At the same time, He is pursuing his university career as a professor at the University of Paris I (Panthéon - Sorbonne).
Professor Jean-Louis Arcand
PhD from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1991); Assistant Professor (1991-96) and Associate Professor, Department of Economics and CRDE, Université de Montréal (1996-2000) Professor of Economics, Centre d’études et de recherches sur le développement international (CERDI), Université d’Auvergne, France (1997-2008); Founding Fellow, European Union Development Network (EUDN, since 2001); Senior Fellow, Fondation pour les études et recherché en développement international (FERDI, since 2011)
Consultant to the World Bank, the FAO of the United Nations; Agriculture, land and rural development; Decentralisation policies; Development, cooperation and aid policies; Health, health diplomacy, health governance; Redistribution policies, social inequalities, poverty; Africa sub-Saharan; Middle East and North Africa (MENA)
The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Pavillon Rigot (RI32), 11A, avenue de la Paix
1202 Genève, Switzerland
Phone : +41 22 908 59 45
Dr. Joost Augusteijn
PhD. in History, University of Amsterdam. Fellow at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2010-11. Worked as Lecturer in Modern Irish History at Trinity College, Dublin (1994-5) and Queen’s College, Belfast (1995-2000)
- Lecturer in the Europaeum MA programme History and Society
- Modern Irish and British History
- History of Irish Republicanism
- History of Political Violence
Dr Juhana Aunesluoma
D.Phil in History (Oxford), University lecturer in political history at the University of Helsinki. Member of the Board of the University of Helsinki.
Director of the Network for European Studies which coordinates the Europaeum activities at the University of Helsinki
History of the Cold War; International politics and economy; The history of Finnish foreign trade policies; History of integration
Tel.+ 358 9 191 288 08
Professor Richard Baldwin
Wrote his PhD at MIT under the guidance of Paul Krugman. He was a Senior Staff Economist for the President's Council of Economic Advisors in the Bush Administration (1990-1991) following Uruguay Round, NAFTA and EAI negotiations as well as numerous US-Japan trade issues including the SII talks and the Semiconductor Agreement renewal. He was Co-managing Editor of the journal Economic Policy from 2000 to 2005, and Programme Director of CEPR’s International Trade programme from 1991 to 2001.
Europaeum Visiting Professor in Oxford in November 2010; delivered a lecture on The Great Trade Collapse: What happened? What happens next?
International trade, globalisation, regionalism, and European integration.
Professor Marek Bankowicz
Modern political systems; Theory of democracy; Non-democratic regimes
Professor Bahram Bekhradnia
Director of Policy for the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) since its formation in 1992, having briefly worked for the Universities Funding Council (UFC). While at HEFCE he was at the heart of many of the key developments affecting higher education during the decade, serving on a number of national committees, of which he chaired some.
Before joining the UFC he had spent his career in the Department of Education and Science (as it then was), where he was latterly Head of the Teacher Supply Division.
Visiting Professorial Fellow of the University of London Institute of Education, and has recently been appointed Special Adviser to the House of Commons Select Committee on Innovation, Universities, Science and Skills.
HEPI, 99 Banbury Road
Oxford OX2 6JX
Professor Szczepan Bilinski
- MA in Biology - 1972, JU
- PhD in Natural Sciences 1975, JU
- Doctor habilitatus in Natural Sciences, Zoology 1980, JU
- Professor 1990, JU
- Europaeum Council Member 2005 – 2009
Developmental biology and cell biology: including cell interactions during differentiation. Head of the University Commission for International Programmes (UKPROM) - since 2008
Professor Wim Blockmans
- Former member of the Academic Committee
- Delivered the 2007 Europaeum MA in European History and Civilisation Annual Lecture on, The Medieval Origins of European Democracy, at the University of Oxford on February 13th, 2007
- The Medieval Origins of Constitutional Representation Lecture Pamphlet, published 2009 .