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 .
Professor Wim Blockmans, on The Medieval Origins of Constitutional Representation, delivered at the University of Oxford, on February 13th, 2007.
The University of Oxford hosted the annual Europaeum MA in European History and Civilisation Lecture on The Medieval Origins of European Democracy, held on 13th February, 2007.
Professor Wim Blockman
Professor Blockmans is Professor of Medieval History at Leiden University, and Rector of the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences since September 2002. He was been awarded the Arenberg Prize for General History (2002), and Commander in the Order of Leopold II (2000), among other distinctions. He is widely published, including The World of Emperor Charles V (2004); Centuries of Discernment. A history of the European Middle Ages (2002); Emperor Charles V 1500‐1558 (2002); A History of Power in Europe: Peoples, Markets, and States (1997).