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. Michal Bobek
First elected Jenkins Scholar
European Union Law, European human rights law, comparative (public) law.
Professor Tiziano Bonazzi
- Member of the Europaeum Academic Committee 1996 – 2007
- Europaeum Lecture in Bologna, 2003
- Speaker at the Islam-in-Europae Workshop, Bologna, 2006
- Europaeum participant at the International Conference in Washington DC, 2007
DPIS- Dipartimento di Politica, Istituzioni, Storia
Strada Maggiore, 45 Bologna
T: +39 051 20 9 2515
Professor Dr Klaus Borchard
Studied Architecture and Town Planning at the University of Technology, Munich. Government Building Surveyor (1967), Chief Research Engineer in Munich, concurrent with a lectureship in Regional Development at the University of Technology, Munich-Weihenstephan. Appointed to a C4 level chair in Urban Development and Settlement politics at Bonn University (1976), and became Director of the Institute for Town Planning, Land and Soil Management and Cultural Technology. Former Vice-President of the German Higher Education Rectors Conference.
- Chairman at third international gathering in the Europaeum’s Future of European Universities Project, Bonn, 2003
Fellow of All Souls 1964-2009, 1976-2009 in conjunction with a Special University Lectureship. Visiting Professor at Paris IV-Sorbonne (1981) and at the Collège de France (1995). Junior Proctor at Oxford University in 1972-3, then subsequently a long-serving member of some important university committees. Chaired a committee that reformed the Oxford history course in the 1980s, and helped to lead a movement to defend Oxford’s academic democracy in recent years. Fellow of the British Academy, the Royal Society of Literature, and the Royal Historical Society.
- Participated in the 2008 Europaeum MA in European History and Civilisation Annual Lecture and Connecting Europe through History Workshop on Roots of Modern Europe at the University of Paris I - Sorbonne on February 8th 2008.
History of religion, popular belief and witchcraft in Europe, c.1500-1800, Early Modern French history as well as French and British naval history, 1660-1815
All Souls College
High Street, Oxford OX1 4AL