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1 The Leszek Kołakowski Lecture: Is Poland still a liberal democracy? Constitutional breakdown and potential revival Wojciech Sadurski (University of Sydney and University of Warsaw), gives the 2019 Leszek Kołakowski Lecture. Wojciech Sadurski 08 Sep 2020
2 30 Years after the Velvet Revolutions of 1989: Time for a New Liberation? In this lecture, Professor Timothy Garton Ash will explore the peculiar character of populism in post-communist Europe, and the considerable forces of resistance to it. Timothy Garton Ash 08 Sep 2020
3 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture Europe's Story: Phoenix or Phantom? Timothy Snyder (Yale) gives the 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf lecture on Friday May 3rd 2019. Introduced by Manfred Lahnstein (ZEIT-Stiftung) and chaired by Timothy Garton Ash (Oxford). Timothy Synder, Timothy Garten-Ash, Manfred Lahnstein 18 Jun 2020
4 Germany, Europe and the West - 2020 Annual Ralf Dahrendorf Memorial Lecture The 2020 Dahrendorf Lecture, given by Dr Norbert Röttgen (Chair, Foreign Affairs Committee, German Bundestag). The discussant is Gideon Rachman (Chief Foreign Affairs Commentator, Financial Times). Chaired by Professor Timothy Garton Ash (St Antony's). Norbert Röttgen 15 Jun 2020
5 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture and Colloquium 8. Concluding discussion:from cacophony to polyphony? What Stories Dos Europe Tell? Contested Narratives, Complex Histories, Conflicted Union. With Natalie Nougayrede (Guardian), Daniel Judt (Oxford) Chair: Timothy Garton Ash (Oxford). Natalie Nougayrède, Daniel Judt, Timothy Garton Ash 12 Jun 2020
6 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture and Colloquium 7. Europe's stories seen from outside What Stories Dos Europe Tell? Contested Narratives, Complex Histories, Conflicted Union. With Pratap Bhanu Mehta (Ashoka University, Delhi), Sonia Lucarelli (University of Bologna), Khaled Fahmy (Cambridge) Chair: Faisal Devji (Oxford). Pratap Bhanu Mehta, Sonia Lucarelli, Khaled Fahmy, Faisal Devji 12 Jun 2020
7 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture and Colloquium 6. Europe's insider outsiders What Stories Dos Europe Tell? Contested Narratives, Complex Histories, Conflicted Union. With Ayyam Sureau (Association Pierre Claver, Paris), Katalin Barsony (Romedia, Budapest), Ayse Kadioglu (Sabanci University, Istanbul), Chair: Ruth Harris (Oxford). Ayyam Sureau, Katalin Barsony, Ayse Kadioglu, Ruth Harris 11 Jun 2020
8 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture and Colloquium 5. Europe's (his)story in schools, museums, theatre and foundations What Stories Dos Europe Tell? Contested Narratives, Complex Histories, Conflicted Union. Steffen Sammler, Constanze Itzel, Katie Ebner-Landy, Michael Schwarz 10 Jun 2020
9 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture and Colloquium 4. Writing a history of Europe What Stories Dos Europe Tell? Contested Narratives, Complex Histories, Conflicted Union. Ian Kershaw, Andreas Wirsching, Margaret MacMillan, Paul Betts 10 Jun 2020
10 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture and Colloquium 3. The power and perils of narrative What Stories Dos Europe Tell? Contested Narratives, Complex Histories, Conflicted Union. With Andrew Hurrell (Oxford), Kalypso Nicolaidis (Oxford), Carolin Duttlinger (Oxford) Chair: Rasmus Nielsen (Oxford). Andrew Hurrell, Kalypso Nicolaidis, Carolin Duttlinger, Rasmus Nielsen 10 Jun 2020
11 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture and Colloquium 2.Contested narratives of today's Europe What Stories Dos Europe Tell? Contested Narratives, Complex Histories, Conflicted Union. Andras Lanczi, Slawomir Sierakowski, Damian Boeselager, Gisela Stuart 10 Jun 2020
12 10th Anniversary Dahrendorf Lecture and Colloquium 1.What do Europeans know? What do they care? What Stories Dos Europe Tell? Contested Narratives, Complex Histories, Conflicted Union. With Isabell Hoffmann (eupinions, Bertelsmann Foundation), Katrin Bennhold (New York Times), Christian Rauh (WZB), Daniel Judt (Oxford), Chair; Hartmut Mayer (Oxford) Isabell Hoffmann, Katrin Bennhold, Christian Rauh, Daniel Judt 10 Jun 2020
13 Asia and the Great Divergence Bishnu Gupta (Professor of Economics, Warwick) gives a lecture on ‘Asia and the Great Divergence’. Bishnu Gupta 28 Sep 2019
14 Did the Little Divergence within Europe and America contribute to the Great Divergence? Leandro Prados de la Escosura (Professor of Economic History, Carlos III University, Madrid) gives a lecture on ‘Did the Little Divergence within Europe and America contribute to the Great Divergence?’ Leandro Prados de la Escosura 28 Sep 2019
15 Creative Commons European Policy on the Middle East: Making a Difference? Nick Westcott (Director Royal African Society and Associate at SOAS) gives a talk for the Middle East Studies Centre on 1st February 2019. Chaired by Eugene Rogan (St Antony's College). Nick Westcott 06 Feb 2019
16 Children and Social Policy in Europe A lecture given for the Meeting Minds Alumni Weekend 2018. Mary Daly 20 Sep 2018
17 Procès, fiction, document: La reconstruction de la littérature en Europe après 1945 This paper explores the relationship between testimony and fiction in the context of transitional justice, by comparing three 1950 European literary works which use the form of interrogation, investigation, and trial. Philippe Roussin 03 Sep 2018
18 Creative Commons Defence Cooperation in Europe: Driving Forces and New Formats Dr Matlary discusses the driving forces behind defence cooperation, the key players and cooperatives within Europe, as well as Russia’s effect on defence policy. Janne Haaland Matlary 21 Mar 2018
19 Travelling Jurisprudence: the Circulation of Legal Reasoning on International Crimes between Europe and Latin America David Copello, Raluca Grosescu, and Sophie Daviaud give a talk for the OTJR Seminar Series. David Copello, Raluca Grosescu, Sophie Daviaud 19 Feb 2018
20 The EU's Future Direction Jonathan Story, Emeritus Professor, International Political Economy, INSEAD, gives a talk for the colloquium. Jonathan Story 10 Jan 2018
21 Tony Blair Lord Andrew Adonis (Head of Policy to Tony Blair) talks about Tony Blair's relationship to the EU and to Europe during his premiership. Lord Andrew Adonis 14 Nov 2017
22 Gordon Brown Lord Wood of Anfield (Special Adviser to Gordon Brown), gives a talk about Gordon Brown's relationship to Europe as well as his 'muscular intergovernmentalism' approach for resolving issues. Lord Wood of Anfield 08 Nov 2017
23 Margaret Thatcher Lord Powell of Bayswater, Margaret Thatcher's Foreign Affairs Private Secretary, details Thatcher's successes and failures with Europe. Lord Powell of Bayswater 31 Oct 2017
24 Trade unions, agency (migrant) workers and the insiders/outsiders debate: Germany and Belgium compared Dr. Valeria Pulignano gives a presentation for the International Migration Institute Trinity Term 2017 seminar series. Valeria Pulignano 21 Jun 2017
25 Exodus, Reckoning, Sacrifice: Three Meanings of Brexit Lecture with Kalypso Nicolaidis (St Antony’s College). Respondent: Anand Menon (King’s College London) Convenors: Timothy Garton Ash and Kalypso Nicolaidis (St Antony’s College). Kalypso Nicolaidis, Anand Menon, Timothy Garton Ash 03 Mar 2017
26 Creative Commons Islam in Europe Part of the Middle East Centre Seminar Series, with Nilüfer Göle, Tariq Modood and Tariq Ramadan (chair). Held on 17th February 2017. Nilüfer Göle, Tariq Modood, Tariq Ramadan 28 Feb 2017
27 Creative Commons Exodus, Reckoning, Sacrifice: Three Meanings of Brexit Lecture with Kalypso Nicolaidis (St Antony’s College). Respondent: Anand Menon (King’s College London) Convenors: Timothy Garton Ash and Kalypso Nicolaidis (St Antony’s College). Kalypso Nicolaidis, Anand Menon, Timothy Garton Ash 20 Feb 2017
28 Imaginary Invalids? Euro-Atlantic Populisms and the Crisis of Democracy Richard von Weizsåcker Lecture with Paul Nolte (Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow St Antony’s College), the chair is Paul Betts (St Antony's College). Paul Nolte 20 Feb 2017
29 Creative Commons A new politics of globalization? Taking stock of what 2016 brought Europe and America ESC Lunchtime Seminar. A talk given by Robert Howse (NYU Law School), Kalypso Nicolaidis (St Antony’s College)on 13th January 2017. Robert Howse 14 Feb 2017
30 Gender, violence and vulnerability: Examining the politics of protection in the current refugee 'crisis' Examining the ways in which gender has been used as a category of analysis in the current refugee 'crisis', and whether in effect international organisations, NGOs, and EU governments have really offered any protection to victims of gender violence Jane Freedman 05 Dec 2016
31 Creative Commons Britain, Europe and Social Policy For the 2016 Sidney Ball Memorial Lecture, Professor Colin Crouch, Vice-President for Social Sciences, gives a talk on European social policies. Colin Crouch 11 Nov 2016
32 Humanitarian non-state actors and the delocalised EU border of the Central Mediterranean Paolo Cuttitta looks at how different humanitarian non-state actors (from large-scale international organisations to small local NGOs) operate in different spaces of the delocalised EU border Paolo Cuttitta 04 Nov 2016
33 FMR 53 - The role of community in refugee journeys to Europe For Eritreans and Syrians coming to Europe, community networks both encourage the initial decision to go and provide elements of support along the way. Richard Mallett, Jessica Hagen-Zanker 11 Oct 2016
34 British Press Coverage of the EU Referendum Launch of RISJ report on the press coverage of the EU referendum, Tuesday 20th September at European Parliament Office Europe House. David Levy (Director, RISJ) presented the of key findings of the report. David Levy, Matthew Elliott, Lucy Thomas, Jonathan Isaby 27 Sep 2016
35 “Greek drama”: The role of heritage in spectacle creation during the Greek economic crisis Mina Dragouni (UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage) gives the second talk in the fourth panel 'Continuities and Ruptures': The 'Crisis' as a new period in Greek history? Mina Dragouni 26 Apr 2016
36 A love-hate relationship? The impact of historical Philhellenism on Germany’s view of the “Greek Crisis” Dr. Helen Roche (University of Cambridge) gives the second talk in the third panel; Renegotiations from the 'outside': International Discourses and Diasporic Perspectives. Helen Roche 26 Apr 2016
37 The ‘refugee crisis’ as a neo-orientalist discourse Maria Kenti Kranidioti (University of Durham), gives the first talk in panel 3; Renegotiations from the 'outside': International Discourses and Diasporic Perspectives. Maria Kenti Kranidioti 26 Apr 2016
38 Creative Commons Ethnicity, socialization, policy preferences or social structure? Disentangling and comparing the sources of migrants' political preferences across Europe Laura Morales compares the political party preferences of migrants across Europe Laura Morales 09 Mar 2016
39 Counter-Terrorism and Security in Europe after the Paris attacks A web seminar delivered by Professor Fiona de Londras (Birmingham) for the Oxford Human Rights Hub on Friday 22nd January 2016 at Pembroke College, University of Oxford. Moderated by Sandra Fredmad. Fiona de Londras 23 Feb 2016
40 Migrant subjectivities and crisis narratives in the Euro-Mediterranean region Michael Collyer, University of Sussex, gives a talk for the COMPAS Hilary 2016 term Seminar Series entitled: Open the Way: Understanding the Refugee Crisis on 4th February 2016. Michael Collyer 22 Feb 2016
41 Is Religion Really Violent? Lecture given by Karen Armstrong (author of 'Fields of Blood: Religion and the History of Violence') at St Antony's Middle East Centre on 13th November 2015. Karen Armstrong 03 Dec 2015
42 Creative Commons The Challenges of Reporting Europe Bill Emmott, ex-editor of the Economist and international newspaper columnist delivers a Reuters Institute Business and Practice of Journalism seminar. Bill Emmott 30 Nov 2015
43 The Silk Roads: A New History of the World Peter Frankopan discusses his new book with Averil Cameron, Robert Moore and Elleke Boehmer Peter Frankopan, Averil Cameron, Robert Moore, Elleke Boehmer 27 Oct 2015
44 Creative Commons Networking⁴: Reassembling the Republic of Letters, 1500-1800 Howard Hotson, Faculty of History, University of Oxford, gives a talk for the DHOXSS 2015. Howard Hotson 10 Aug 2015
45 Creative Commons FMR 49, FGM - Editors’ Introduction An introductory note from the Editors of a special mini-feature on 'FGM and Asylum in Europe' in FMR 49. Marion Couldrey, Maurice Herson 04 Jun 2015
46 Creative Commons FMR 49, FGM - Female genital mutilation: a case for asylum in Europe With some 71% of female EU asylum applicants from FGM-practising countries estimated to be survivors of this harmful traditional practice, it is time to accept that this subject demands greater scrutiny and a more dedicated response. Fadela Novak-Irons 04 Jun 2015
47 Creative Commons FMR 49, FGM - FGM: challenges for asylum applicants and officials Asylum authorities in the European Union need to establish better procedures to help address the specific vulnerabilities and protection needs of women and girls who have undergone or are at risk of female genital mutilation. Christine Flamand 04 Jun 2015
48 Creative Commons FMR 49, FGM - The medicalisation of female genital mutilation The ‘medicalisation’ of female genital mutilation should be denounced on two counts.Firstly, it is usually anatomically more damaging and, secondly, it goes against the ethical basis of the medical profession. Pierre Foldes, Frédérique Martz 04 Jun 2015
49 Creative Commons FMR 49, FGM - The Istanbul Convention: new treaty, new tool The new Istanbul Convention provides a powerful tool for more effectively guaranteeing the protection of asylum seekers at risk of gender-based persecution and at risk of FGM in particular. Elise Petitpas, Johanna Nelles 04 Jun 2015
50 Creative Commons FMR 49, FGM - Changing attitudes in Finland towards FGM Former refugee women are now working as professional educators among immigrant and refugee communities in Finland to tackle ignorance of the impact and extent of female genital mutilation/cutting. Saido Mohamed, Solomie Teshome 04 Jun 2015
51 Quo Vadis Ukraine: The Conflict and Beyond Panel discussion of the Ukraine reviewing the current situation, exploring the context of the conflict which broke out in 2014, assessing its impact on Europe, and identifying what the international community can learn and how it should respond. Lord Patten of Barnes, Jutta Edthofer, Gwendolyn Sasse, Michael Bociurkiw 28 Apr 2015
52 Total war: Mexico and Europe, 1914 Professor Alan Knight give a seminar for the Latin American Centre series. Alan Knight 19 Mar 2015
53 One century, three Polands: the Second Republic, People’s Poland, and the Third Republic Prof Dariusz Stola, Director of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, gives a talk for the Programme on Modern Poland on 4th February 2015. Dariusz Stola 16 Feb 2015
54 An afternoon on Syrian displacement, and protection in Europe (Part 2) This event marked the launch of the RSC Policy Briefing 'Protection in Europe for refugees from Syria' and Forced Migration Review issue 47 on 'The Syria crisis, displacement and protection' Dawn Chatty, Cynthia Orchard, Andrew Miller 08 Dec 2014
55 An afternoon on Syrian displacement, and protection in Europe (Part 1) This event marked the launch of the RSC Policy Briefing 'Protection in Europe for refugees from Syria' and Forced Migration Review issue 47 on 'The Syria crisis, displacement and protection' Dawn Chatty, Maurice Herson, Roger Zetter 08 Dec 2014
56 The Adam von Trott Memorial Appeal Annual Lecture - The Heirs of von Trott: Post-War Western Europe The Adam von Trott Memorial Appeal Annual Lecture, given in the JCR at Mansfield College by Professor Martin Conway -- MacLellan-Warburg History Fellow at Balliol College. Martin Conway 03 Dec 2014
57 Has European Integration Reached the End of the Road? - 2014 Cyril Foster Lecture Professor Loukas Tsoukalis, Professor of European Integration at the University of Athens, gives the 2014 Cyril Foster Lecture. Loukas Tsoukalis 17 Nov 2014
58 Choice or Accident? The outbreak of the First World War The causes of the First World War have long been controversial and remain so. The Warden of St Antony's College, Oxford, and author of The War that Ended Peace (2013) brings us up to date on the debate. Margaret MacMillan 04 Nov 2014
59 The Meaning of 1914 A conversation between Professor Sir Hew Strachan and Professor Margaret MacMillan, chaired by Professor Patricia Clavin. Hew Strachan, Margaret MacMillan, Patricia Clavin 30 Oct 2014
60 The fundamental social rights of irregular migrants under the European Social Charter: Central or marginal to their access to services in Europe? COMPAS Seminar Series Trinity 2014- Borders of the welfare state: Exploring the tensions between migration enforcement and welfare state entitlements Colm O’Cinneide 29 Jul 2014
61 Accounting for Rights in EU Counter-Terrorism On 5th June, Professor Fiona de Londras, from Durham Law School, gave a talk to the Oxford Human Rights Hub on the development of EU counter-terrorism measures. Fiona de Londras 01 Jul 2014
62 The past is never dead: Balkan legacies of the First World War part two Speakers include: Ivo Banac (Yale University), Richard Crampton (St Edmund Hall, Oxford), Basil Gounaris (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Margaret Macmillan (St Antony’s College, Oxford), Eugene Rogan (St Antony’s College, Oxford) Ivo Banac, Richard Crampton, Basil Gounaris 19 Jun 2014
63 The past is never dead: Balkan legacies of the First World War part one Speakers include; Ivo Banac (Yale University), Richard Crampton (St Edmund Hall, Oxford), Basil Gounaris (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), Margaret Macmillan (St Antony’s College, Oxford), Eugene Rogan (St Antony’s College, Oxford) Othon Anastasakis, Elizabeth Roberts, Margaret MacMillan, Richard Crampton 19 Jun 2014
64 The Cosmopolitan Outlook: How the European Project can be Saved Ulrich Beck, University of Munich and LSE, delivers the 2014 Dahrendorf Lecture. Ulrich Beck, Kalypso Nicolaidis, David Hannay, Timothy Garton Ash 13 Jun 2014
65 Creative Commons How can far-right extremism be tackled through policy? Lessons from 10 EU countries In recent years, many European countries have been grimly reminded of the threat from far-right violence motivated by hatred towards migrants and minorities. This talk explores how 10 European countires are attempting to address this. Vidhya Ramalingam, Nicola Perry, Sarah Pinnock 14 Apr 2014
66 Reinventing politics: From the local to the regional and beyond Seesox annual lecture. Edi Rama, Prime Minister of Albania. Edi Rama 25 Mar 2014
67 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part Eight. Part Eight: Charles Powell. Charles Powell 17 Mar 2014
68 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part Three. Part Three: Dariusz Stola. Dariusz Stola 17 Mar 2014
69 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part Seven. Part Seven: Andras Mink. Andras Mink 17 Mar 2014
70 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part Six. Part Six: Colin Bundy. Colin Bundy 17 Mar 2014
71 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part Five. Part Five: David Ost. David Ost 17 Mar 2014
72 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part Four. Part Four: Anna Bikont. Anna Bikont 17 Mar 2014
73 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part Two. Part Two: Timothy Garton Ash. Timothy Garton Ash 17 Mar 2014
74 Poland's Peaceful Revolution: 25 Years After the Polish Roundtable Talks. Part One. Part One: Keynote - Aleksander Smolar. Aleksander Smolar 17 Mar 2014
75 Can We Save Countries from Economic Crises? Some lessons from IMF and EU experience over three decades Max Watson, former senior official at the IMF and the European Commission, will discuss what lessons emerge from three decades of experience in handling economic crises, and how change can be catalysed in the face of deeply entrenched obstacles to reform. Max Watson, Denis Galligan, David Vines 03 Mar 2014
76 POMP Seminar Series 1 Legal Culture in the Process of Integration. Polish post-EU Accession migrants in the United Kingdom. Agnieszka Kubal, Jan Fellerer, Kalypso Nicolaidis 17 Feb 2014
77 A Schuman Compact for the Euro Area Ashoka Mody, Princeton University gives a seminar for the PEFM programme. The discussant was David Vines, Balliol College, Oxford and the chair was Kalypso Nicolaïdis, St. Antony's College, Oxford. Ashoka Mody, David Vines, Kalypso Nicolaidis 04 Feb 2014
78 Creative Commons THEMIS: Developing migration systems in Europe and Asia Hideki Tarumoto presents his paper 'Developing migration systems in Europe and Asia' in Parallel session I(A) of the conference Examining Migration Dynamics: Networks and Beyond, 24-26 Sept 2013 Hideki Tarumoto 20 Jan 2014
79 Political Extremism in the Interwar Period and its Economic Roots. Kevin O'Rourke, Chichele Professor of Economic History, and Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford, gives a seminar for the PEFM programme. The discussant was Othon Anastasa and the chair was Paul Betts, St. Antony's College, Oxford. Kevin O’Rourke, Othon Anastasakis, Paul Betts 27 Nov 2013
80 Britain and Germany in Europe: What Prospects? Germany's role in the EU is becoming more important, while Britain appears increasingly detached from the European project. What roles for Britain and Germany? What prospects for European integration? Keith Jenkins, Kalypso Nicolaidis, Hartmut Mayer 26 Nov 2013
81 Britain and Germany in Europe: What Prospects? Session two. Germany's role in the EU is becoming more important, while Britain appears increasingly detached from the European project. What roles for Britain and Germany? What prospects for European integration? Christine Dalby, Rudolf Adam, Paul Betts 26 Nov 2013
82 Britain and Germany in Europe: What Prospects? Session One. Germany's role in the EU is becoming more important, while Britain appears increasingly detached from the European project. What roles for Britain and Germany? What prospects for European integration? Anthony Tucker, David Hannay, David Marquand 26 Nov 2013
83 Restoring Confidence in the Euro Area. Klaus Regling, European Stability Mechanism, gives a talk for the European Studies Centre seminar series on banking and the economic recession. Chaired by Max Watson, St Antony's College. Klaus Regling, Max Watson 31 Oct 2013
84 Creative Commons Banking Reform Five Years On. John Vickers, Warden of All Souls College, Oxford, gives a talk for the European Studies Centre seminar series on banking and the economic recession. Chaired by Max Watson, St Antony's College. John Vickers 29 Oct 2013
85 Creative Commons Displacement from Syria: putting the Common European Asylum System to the test? Special lecture, Michaelmas term 2013. Lecture by Madeline V Garlick (UNHCR) recorded on 24 October 2013 at the Oxford Department of International Development, University of Oxford. Madeline V Garlick 25 Oct 2013
86 Creative Commons NATO and European Security Dynamics: Military Capability and Political Will A talk given by Professor Janne Haaland Matlary of the University of Oslo and visiting fellow at the Changing Character of War Programme, Oxford, to the Global Directions research group at Merton College. Janne Haaland Matlary 24 Jun 2013
87 Spain and Europe, Old Myths and New Realities W.H.Auden described Spain as "...that arid square, that fragment nipped off from hot Africa, soldered so crudely to inventive Europe". This discussion looks in more detail at Spain's place in Europe, as well as the image and reality of Spain today. Charles Powell, Esperanza Aguirre, Tom Burns 22 May 2013
88 Creative Commons Environmental Decision-Making in the European Union: Who Exercises Power? As part of Europe Day on 9 May 2013, the Conservation Governance Laboratory at the University of Oxford organised a panel discussion co-sponsored by the School of Geography and the Environment and the Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment. Paul Jepson, Jonas Schoenefeld, Caroline Jackson, Kaarina Kolle 15 May 2013
89 Creative Commons The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher What is Margaret Thatcher's legacy? Academics Gillian Peele and Tom Lubbock discuss the legacy of former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. Gillian Peele, Tom Lubbock 09 Apr 2013
90 Creative Commons Two opposed catholic nationalisms: Ukrainian Galicians in the Second Polish Republic (1923-1939) Dr Alessandro Milani (EHESS, Paris) gives a talk for the Cantemir Institute East and East-Central Europe seminar series. Alessandro Milani 13 Mar 2013
91 Creative Commons Utopia and Terror: How interdisciplinary methodologies can help us understand violent societies. The example of Croatian Ustasha regime Part of the Cantemir Institute seminar series. Rory Yeomans, senior research analyst at the Ministry of Justice, gives a talk on how interdisciplinary methodologies help us understand violent societies. Rory Yeomans 12 Feb 2013
92 Creative Commons Bygone Glories and Frivolous Pleasures: The Rococo Revival and National Identity in Austrian and Hungarian Art, 1840-1860 Part of the East and Est-Central Europe Seminar series. Dr Nóra Veszprémi (Cantemir Fellow, Budapest) gives a talk on art and identity in Austria and Hungary in the mid 19th Century. Nóra Veszprémi 24 Jan 2013
93 Europe: still a common vision? Dr Wolfgang Schäuble (German Federal Minister of Finance) delivers a lecture for the European Studies Centre, St Antony's College on 29th October 2012. Wolfgang Schäuble, Chris Patten, Othon Anistasakis, Margaret MacMillan 03 Dec 2012
94 Creative Commons Addressing the crisis in Europe and the global economy: Lessons from the 1920s and 1930s? A lecture at the St Anthony's College Oxford, European Studies Centre, given by Professor's David Vines and Patricia Clavin chaired by Maxwell Watson on 28th November 2012. Maxwell Watson, David Vines, Patricia Clavin 03 Dec 2012
95 Creative Commons Why are we still trying to understand the outbreak of World War One? In this St John's College Research Centre 2012 Annual Lecture, Professor Margaret MacMillan examines the reasons why this question has remained important over the last 100 years and suggests some possible explanations for the outbreak of the war. Margaret MacMillan 29 Oct 2012
96 Creative Commons Majorities and Minorities in Interwar Timişoara: Between Fictive and Ethnicity and Ideal Nation Professor Victor Neumann (West University of Timisoara) delivers a lecture as part of the East and East-Central Europe Seminar Series at the Cantemir Institute. Victor Neumann 19 Oct 2012
97 The Place of Britain in a Future Europe Martin Wolf of the FT, one of the world's leading economists, argues that the status quo for the eurozone is untenable, and that the crisis could trigger Britain's exit from the EU, or even the break-up of the UK itself. Martin Wolf, Chief Economics Commentator, the Financial Times 09 Oct 2012
98 Creative Commons Europeana 1914-1918: Community Collection Alun Edwards, Manager for RunCoCo, University of Oxford, discusses the value of crowd-sourcing and public engagement in the Europeana 1914-1918 project to digitise First World War memorabilia. Alun Edwards 24 Aug 2012
99 Creative Commons 'Integration' as Illiberal Exceptionalism in Migration Law: The Role of the European Union Sergio Carrera examines how the process of Europeanization, the development of the European Union, has played a role in migration law and on the meaning and mechanisms of integration. Sergio Carrera 06 Aug 2012
100 Creative Commons Marxism and the Kemalist 'Sonderweg' (through the eyes of the Turkish Communist poet Nazim Hikmet) Professor Halil Berktay delivers the final lecture in the Trinity term East and East Central Europe Seminar Series. Halil Berktay 28 Jun 2012