Entries by Susanne Heinrich

Europaeum Scholars, module 3

Our latest Scholars module took place in beautiful Geneva, where we were looked after extremely well by our colleagues at the Graduate Institute. The Graduate Institute in Geneva is a key partner in the Programme. With a wide range of international organisations on its doorstep, NGO status, and a deserved reputation for excellence in skills […]

21-22 September, Prague: Crisis, Modernity, Authority and the State

https://www.prf.cuni.cz/news/call-for-papers:-crisis-modernity-authority-and-the-state-21-22-september-2018-1404058311.html   The purpose of this conference is to engage critically with law’s authority – conceptually, comparatively and historically – from the viewpoints of public law, private law, political, social and legal theory, as well as jurisdictional perspectives. We will discuss questions such as: What is law’s authority and in which sense can authority be […]

Europaeum Trinity Term Seminar

Before War, After War Tuesdays 10am | Gerry Martin Room | History Faculty | Oxford ALL WELCOME 1st week (24th April) Dr Rowena Archer | When did the Hundred Years War End? 2nd week (1st May) Dr Tracey Sowerby | War by other Means? Values and Practices in European Diplomacy c1500-c1600 3rd week (8th May) […]

MA H&C students arrived in Oxford!

19/4/2018 We are so glad that all nine MA History & Civilisation graduates arrived in Oxford this week and were greeted by uncharacteristic & glorious sunshine on arrival. They already spent a term in Leiden, and a term in Paris, and they are now here to write their dissertation and attend a weekly seminar, as […]

Europaeum Scholars, module 2

The Scholars Programme had a successful second module in Brussels in March. Our programme focused on three themes: defence, migration, and populism. Highlights included talks from Commissioner Carlos Moedas (Research, Science and Innovation) and Dr Antonio Missiroli, Assistant SG for Emerging Security Challenges at NATO. Representatives of CEPS and the European Partnership for Democracy led a panel […]