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Office location and correspondence address
The Europaeum
c/o St Antony’s College
62 Woodstock Road
Oxford OX2 6JF (UK)

General information
The Administrator, The Europaeum Office
Telephone: +44(0)1865 284482

Please note that at present email is the most reliable way to reach us.

Trustee; Founder & Honorary Advisor to the Scholars Programme

Dr Andrew Graham

Dr Andrew Graham was Executive Chair of the Europaeum from 2017 to 2020, chairing both the Academic Council and the Executive Committee. He was the driving force in conceiving, implementing and raising the funding for the new Europaeum Scholarship Programme and now combines being a Trustee with being Honorary Consultant to the Programme. He is the former Master of Balliol College, Oxford, and is currently a Senior Fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute.

Earlier in his career he was, twice, Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister, Economic Adviser to the Leader of the Opposition, a Fellow and Tutor in Economics at Balliol, and, for the academic year 2012/13, Warden of Rhodes House. He was a Board Member of Channel 4 Television, a Scott Trustee (which owns The Guardian and The Observer) and a Trustee of Reprieve. In 2001, he founded the Oxford Internet Institute and, in 2010, the Balliol Interdisciplinary Institute.

Executive Director

Dr Hartmut Mayer

Dr Mayer is the Executive Director and a Fellow and Tutor in Politics at St Peter’s College, Oxford. He is also Adjunct Professor at SAIS Europe in Bologna, Italy. Between 2017 and 2022 he was Director of the European Studies Centre at St Antony’s College, Oxford. Since 1997 he has also been Region Head Europe at Oxford Analytica, a global political consultancy. His research interests focus on international relations and its theory, diplomatic history, comparative regionalism, German and EU politics, EU-Asia (particularly, Japanese) relations and European responses to rising powers. He has been a Visiting Professor at Hitotsubashi University in Tokyo, Japan, at Sciences Po Paris, Université Libre de Brussels, and at SAIS John Hopkins University in Washington DC. He has held various positions in think tanks, including at the Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik in Berlin and at the Finnish Institute for International Affairs in Helsinki. Prior to his academic career, Dr Mayer worked as a freelance journalist in Germany, working with North German Radio, SAT1, the German Press Agency in New York and as a politics writer with DIE ZEIT and Sueddeutsche Zeitung. 

Scholars Programme Director

Dr Tracey Sowerby
Tel +44 1865 284480

Dr Tracey Sowerby is a historian of early modern politics and culture. She has published a monograph on Richard Morison (Henry VIII’s leading propagandist) and co-edited a collection of essays on early modern diplomatic practice. She has extensive experience of European universities and research institutes, especially via being Principal Investigator on an AHRC international research networking award (Textual Ambassadors) and a British Academy Rising Star Engagement Award (Centres of Diplomacy, Centres of Culture). She is also widely versed in academic administration and student counselling. Her current research centres on the history of early modern diplomacy with particular interests in institutional change, cross-confessional diplomacy, and the role of culture in international communication.

Core Events Director

Dr Miles Pattenden

Miles is a historian with interests in politics and religion in Western Europe. He received his DPhil from Oxford in 2009 and held fellowships at St Hugh’s College, Oxford and Wolfson College, Oxford before joining the Australian Catholic University (2019–23).  Miles’ books include Electing the Pope in Early Modern Italy, 1450–1700 (Oxford University Press, 2017) and he has published widely on Catholic History in journals such as Modern Italy, The Sixteenth Century Journal, The Journal of Ecclesiastical History, and Renaissance Studies. Miles is a regular contributor to various media publications including the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, the BBC, and The Sydney Morning Herald. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 2023 and has been a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society since 2014.


Lily Green or
Tel +44 1865 284482

The Administrator is the first point of contact for enquiries about the Europaeum.

Adrienne Cheasty
Public Policy Advisor

Adrienne Cheasty

Adrienne Cheasty has joined the Europaeum as Public Policy Advisor, following an Academic Visitorship at St Antony’s College, where she was a founding member of the European Political Economy Project (EuPep) in the European Studies Centre. She was previously at the IMF, most recently as Deputy Director of the Fiscal Affairs Department, responsible for Europe. She established the IMF’s Climate Change Policy Assessment program. Research areas include euro area fiscal-financial architecture, financial crisis management, debt issues, measurement of the fiscal deficit, and financial aspects of climate change. She also served on the board of the International Public Sector Accounting Standard-setters (IPSASB), where she advocated for the development of standards covering environmental assets and liabilities. She was a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Councils on Fiscal Sustainability and on Public Finance and Social Protection, and has taught at Harvard, Yale and Johns Hopkins.

Alumni and Events Officer


The position of alumni officer is currently vacant but other members of the team are monitoring alumni affairs. Please direct all inquiries to in the first instance.

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