This year’s Europaeum Study Bursaries have been won by two young scholars who will respectively be researching adolescent sexuality in Africa and water resource use after population growth and economic development.
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
This year’s Europaeum Study Bursaries have been won by young scholars who will be researching the impact of evolving norms on post-conflict management in Bosnia, and investigating social networks in West African rural economies.
The bursary scheme is designed to allow specialist library or archive work, supervisions with desired tutors, taught programmes including specialist summer schools, field work or work with organisations linked to partnership universities.
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.
The Europaeum has already selected two students for the Oxford-Geneva study bursaries for 2010. One supports an Oxford graduate student to pursue a programme of study at The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, and one to support a student from The Graduate Institute to study at Oxford during the coming academic year. Please see the full press release.
The Europaeum is planning to continue its study bursaries - one to support an Oxford graduate to pursue a short study programme at the Graduate Institute, Geneva, and one to support a Graduate Institute student to study at Oxford, during the coming academic year.