Upcoming Europaeum Events

The Europaeum’s recent activities, news items, press releases and event reports, in chronological order (most recent first). Each year, the information on this page is archived as an Annual Summary and available as a pdf download.

CFPs coming soon:

Conference on Artificial Intelligence, planned in collaboration with United Europe | Spring 2021, or later

Spring School | 22-24 April 2021, Oxford (or online)

Workshop on European Culture, Identity and Nationhood | June 2021, possibly in Prague

Summer School 2021 | St Andrews (postponed from 2020)
‘Europe through Film and Visual Arts’

Classics Colloquium | Autumn 2021, Madrid (postponed from 2020)
‘Metabolé: Crisis and Transformation in Antiquity’

Winter School on Planetary Welfare | January 2022, Barcelona


EVENT | Feburary 2021

11-12 Feburary 2021 (online)

Classics Colloquium ‘Slavery: Antiquity and Modernity in Dialogue’

Application deadline extended to 22 January 2021  more information and how to apply


EVENT | February 2021

9 February 2021 (online)

Is there still ‘rule of law’ in Poland and Hungary?

This event is being organised by the European Studies Centre (Oxford) in collaboration with the Europaeum, and students from within the Europaeum network can apply. Register here


EVENT | January 2021

28-29 January 2021 (online)

Policy Seminar ‘Policy-Making inside Europe’

Apply by 10 January 2021  more information and how to apply


EVENT | January 2021

21 January 2021 (online)

European climate action: political economy challenges

This event is being organised by the European Studies Centre (Oxford) in collaboration with the Europaeum, and students from within the Europaeum network can apply. Register here


See a list of all previous events here


THE EUROPAEUM IN THE MEDIA & ON OTHER WEBSITES

Articles about the Scholars Programme:
The Guardian
Study International
Leiden University
LMU

UPF

Voices from Oxford interviewed Dr Andrew Graham about the Scholars Programme.

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“We need European intellectuals who can give us the whole picture of Europe”

Romano Prodi


“I salute the Europaeum for reuniting scholars for meaningful exchanges, which constitute the web of our European ideas”

Jacques Delors


“My views on the EU and the damage of Brexit are well known. What appeals to me about the Europaeum is that it transcends Brexit by working right across Europe. In particular, the teaching venues of the new Scholars Programme will offer students radically different perspectives: from the UK leaving the EU, to the Netherlands as a full founder member, to the Czech Republic, a relatively new EU entrant, but not in the Eurozone, to Switzerland which occupies a position all of its own.”

Pascal Lamy, former European Commissioner for Trade and Director-General of the WTO


“The Europaeum is more needed today than at any time in the past.”

Senator Vaclav Hampl, Czech Republic