Published Lectures

Lectures Available for Download

The Europaeum hosts many lectures from eminent academics in the course of its work. These receive a wider audience as pamphlets. All published pamphlets are available to download as pdf files below, but we also have a few remaining copies of older Lecture Pamphlets available in hard copy. These are available for free within Oxford, and can be posted elsewhere if the recipient reimburses us for the postage. If you would like to receive any of these, please email the office.

 

The Changing Character of Human Rights

Professor Andrew Clapham, on The Changing Character of Human Rights, delivered at the University of Oxford on November 12th, 2015.

 

Henry Kissinger: Statesman or Stuntman?

Professor Jussi M. Hanhimaeki, on Re-evaluating the Legacy of Henry Kissinger: Statesman or Stuntman?, delivered at the University of Oxford on February 19th, 2014.

 

Islamophobia: A Non-Concept

Dr Faisal Devji, on Islamophobia: A Non-Concept, delivered at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, on May 27th, 2013.

 

Overcoming the Legacy of the 20th Century: Protecting Minorities in Modern Democracies

Professor Vernon Bogdanor, on Overcoming the Legacy of the 20th Century: Protecting Minorities in Modern Democracies, delivered at Universiteit Leiden on June 3rd, 2010.

 

Medieval Constitutional Representation

Professor Wim Blockmans, on The Medieval Origins of Constitutional Representation, delivered at the University of Oxford on February 13th, 2007.

 

The Changing Character of War

Professor Hew Strachan, on The Changing Character of War, delivered at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, on November 9th, 2006.

 

A Tale of Two Economies

Sir Alan Budd, on A Tale of Two Economies, delivered at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, on March 25th, 2005.

 

The OSCE and European Security: Essential or Superfluous?

Professor Victor-Yves Ghebali, on The OSCE and European Security: Essential or Superfluous?, delivered at St Anne’s College, University of Oxford, on February 18th, 2005, supported under the Europaeum-Geneva Link Programme.

 

The Other American Presidential Election

Godfrey Hodgson, on The Other American Presidential Election: Choosing a President and Psychoanalyzing a Nation, delivered at Universiteit Leiden on November 2nd, 2004.

 

Challenges for German Foreign Policy at the beginning of the 21st Century

Professor Christian Hacke, on Challenges for German Foreign Policy at the beginning of the 21st Century, delivered at the University of Oxford on November 18th, 2003, organised in association with the Centre for Policy Studies, Campus Den Haag, Universiteit Leiden.

International Law and the Use of Military Force

Professor Sir Adam Roberts, on International Law and the Use of Military Force: The United Nations, the United States and Iraq, delivered at the Universiteit Leiden on June 6th, 2003.

 

The UN and Peace since the Cold War

Sir Marrack Goulding, on The United Nations and Peace since the Cold War: success, failure or neither?, delivered at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, on April 8th, 2003.

 

Fiscal Discipline in the Monetary Union: Rules or Institutions?

Professor Charles Wyplosz, on Fiscal Discipline in the Monetary Union: Rules or Institutions?, delivered at the University of Oxford on November 22nd, 2002.

 

Strands of Nazi Anti-semitism

Professor Philippe Burrin, on Strands of Nazi Anti-semitism, delivered at Oxford University, on May 16th, 2001.

 

International Law and the Use of Force by States

Professor Ian Brownlie, on International Law and the Use of Force by States – revisited, delivered at the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, on February 1st, 2001.

 

The Commission and the European Parliament after Nice

Dr John Temple Lang, on The Commission and the European Parliament after Nice, delivered at Mansfield College, Oxford University, on November 17th, 2000.

 

Democratic Transitions: Constitutional Law for Europe

Professor David Robertson, on Democratic Transitions and a Common Constitutional Law for Europe, delivered at Charles University, Prague, on October 6th, 2000.