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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Professor Robert Evans
Professor Robert John Weston Evans, FBA, was educated at Dean Close School, Cheltenham and Jesus College, Cambridge. Evans is Regius Professor of Modern History in the University of Oxford, and a Fellow of Oriel College, Oxford. He works on the post-medieval history of Central and Eastern Europe, especially concerning that of the Habsburg lands from 1526-1918.
He has a particular interest in the role of language in historical development. His main current research is on a history of Hungary, from 1740-1945. He also studies the history of Wales and is the President of Cymdeithas Dafydd ap Gwilym, the Oxford University Welsh language society.
- Member of the Europaeum Academic Committee (2006-7)
- Participated in the Europaeum Lecture and Connecting Europe through History Workshop Ending Empires: how and why? - Britain, Habsburg, Spain et al at the University of Oxford on Friday, 9th May, 2008
- Principal Organiser of Europaeum co-sponsored conference on The Holy Roman Empire (1495-1806) at the University of Oxford on 30 August - 2 September 2006.
Professor Dr. Jürgen Fohrmann
Professor Jürgen Fohrmann became Rector of the University of Bonn in 2009 after serving as Dean of the Faculty of Arts from 2006-08. He holds the position as a full Professor of German Literature at Bonn University since 1991, following his lectureship at the University of Bielefeld.
He studied German Literature and Language as well as History at the University of Münster and the University of Bielefeld.
- Academic Council Member 2009 -
Literary and Media theory, History of Science, Literary and Cultural History from the 18th to the 20th Century
Professor Robert Frank
Professor Robert Frank is Professor of the History of Contemporary International Relations at the University of Paris I, Panthéon-Sorbonne, and Director of Identities, International Relations and Civilisations of Europe (IRICE). He is also Chairperson of the Commission of History of International Relations. His many publications and articles concern the history of international relations in the twentieth century and include‚ Penser historiquement les relations internationales
Professor Timothy Garton Ash
Timothy Garton Ash is the author of eight books of political writing or ‘history of the present’ which have charted the transformation of Europe over the last quarter-century. He is Professor of European Studies in the University of Oxford, Isaiah Berlin Professorial Fellow at St Antony’s College, Oxford, and a Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. His essays appear regularly in the New York Review of Books and he writes a weekly column in the Guardian which is widely syndicated in Europe, Asia and the Americas.
The relationship between an enlarged European Union, the United States and the rest of the English-speaking world, approaches to the near East and the shaping of European identity
Professor Jean-Philippe Genet
Jean-Philippe Genet is Professor of Medieval History at the Universté of Paris I-Panthéon- Sorbonne. Professor Genet has been the President of the Ancient and Medieval Worlds of the CNRS National Committee (2000-2004). Professor Genet is currently teaching part of the Paris Module of the Europaeum MA.
- Teaching on a jointly-offered Europeaum MA in European History and Civilisation (Lecture on Disunion: the true hallmark of the history of Europe?) and the Chairman of the Paris Module MA Lecture and Workshop: Roots of Modern Europe.
- Seminar organized by Professors Genet and Robert Frank devoted to European Civilization and Political Problems.
History of Medieval Culture and Political History of Medieval West, especially politics, culture, and soviety in Great Britain (XIV –-XV century); genesis of modern states: comparison of France and Great Britain; medieval information and history.
Laboratoire de Médiévistique occidentale de Paris (LAMOP)
Université Paris-1 Panthéon Sorbonne
12 place du Panthéon
75231 Paris Cedex 05
Tel: +33 1 40 46 33 42 / 40 45 33 21
Professor Victor-Yves Ghebali
Professor Ghebali joined the Institut Universitaire des Hautes Etudes Intérnationales (HEI, Geneva, Switzerland) Department of Political Science in 1980, and was a full professor from 1990. He was the editor of two book series, Axes and Organisation internationale et relations internationales, as well as Director of the OSCE Cluster (Swiss contribution to the Partnership for Peace programme).
- Delivered the Europaeum Lecture The OSCE and European Security: Essential or Superfluous?, at the University of Oxford on February 18th, 2005.
Sergiu Gherghina is PhD researcher at the Institute of Political Science, University of Leiden. His major fields of interest are political parties (party organizations) in new democracies, legislative behavior, and democratization. He published articles in European Review, Comparative European Politics, Legislative Studies, Europe-Asia Studies, and European Union Politics and edited three national volumes on Parliaments and the EU institutions and policies..
Professor Guy S. Goodwin-Gill
Rubin Director of Research, Institute of European Studies, University of Oxford (from 1997 to 2002), Professor of Asylum Law, University of Amsterdam (from 1994 to 1999), Professor of Law, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada (from 1989 to 1997), Senior Legal Research Officer and variously Legal Adviser, Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, London, Sydney, Geneva (from 1976 to 1988), Visiting Lecturer, Public International Law, Kingston Polytechnic, Kingston-upon-Thames (from 1973 to 1976), Lecturer, later Senior Lecturer, The College of Law, London (from 1971 to 1976
- Organiser and Co-Chair, Europaeum 2001 Oxford Summer School, Human Rights and the Movement of People – Meeting the challenges of racism, migration and displacement;
- Organiser and Co-Chair, Europaeum 1998 Oxford Summer School, Human Rights in an Integrating Europe;
- Visiting Professor, Graduate Institute of International and Developments Studies, Geneva, 2000-2001, 2004-2005;
- Visiting Professor, Geneva Academy of International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights, 2007-2011.
Public international law, including in particular immigration, refugees, statelessness and asylum, the use of force, terrorism, elections and electoral standards
All Souls College
Telephone: 01865 279379
Sir Marrack Goulding
- Delivered the Europaeum Lecture The United Nations and Peace since the Cold War : success, failure or neither?, delivered at HEI, Geneva, on April 8th, 2003