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A collection of public lectures either given at, or by members of, the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge.

Cambridge Law: Public Lectures from the Faculty of Law Cambridge University

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A collection of public lectures either given at, or by members of, the Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge.

    Europe: Past, Present and Future: Speaker 3 - Norman Davies

    Europe: Past, Present and Future: Speaker 3 - Norman Davies

    The problems arising from Europe's troubled history was the subject of the fourth seminar in the ‘Future of Europe’ series, which took place at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law in 2004.

    The seminar was held on Wednesday 28 January 2004, and discussed the issues of nationalism and the bitterness of past conflicts and how the problems still exist despite the creation of pan-European institutions.

    The seminar was chaired by Tim Blanning, Professor of Modern European History at the University of Cambridge. Speakers included Norman Davies, Historian, Oxford University; Misha Glenny, author and specialist in the history and politics of the Balkans; and Harold James, Professor of History, Princeton University. Each talk is available at the following links:

    1) Introduction - Tim Blanning (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137380);
    2) Speaker 1 - Harold James (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137391);
    3) Speaker 2 - Micha Glenny (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137402);
    4) Speaker 3 - Norman Davies (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137413).

    The ‘Future of Europe Seminars’ addressed the uncertainties that now beset the project of European integration, with the proposal to adopt a written Constitution for Europe and the addition of ten new member states in May 2004.

    With panels of leading specialists from Europe, the United States and beyond, the seminars provided a unique opportunity to share a wide range of knowledge and experience in understanding European integration and in thinking about its possible futures.

    The focus of the seminars was not the familiar political debate about Europe. The seminars were designed to debate Europe in a new and different way, as a constitutional, historical and cultural challenge.

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    Europe: Past, Present and Future: Speaker 2 - Micha Glenny

    Europe: Past, Present and Future: Speaker 2 - Micha Glenny

    The problems arising from Europe's troubled history was the subject of the fourth seminar in the ‘Future of Europe’ series, which took place at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law in 2004.

    The seminar was held on Wednesday 28 January 2004, and discussed the issues of nationalism and the bitterness of past conflicts and how the problems still exist despite the creation of pan-European institutions.

    The seminar was chaired by Tim Blanning, Professor of Modern European History at the University of Cambridge. Speakers included Norman Davies, Historian, Oxford University; Misha Glenny, author and specialist in the history and politics of the Balkans; and Harold James, Professor of History, Princeton University. Each talk is available at the following links:

    1) Introduction - Tim Blanning (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137380);
    2) Speaker 1 - Harold James (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137391);
    3) Speaker 2 - Micha Glenny (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137402);
    4) Speaker 3 - Norman Davies (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137413).

    The ‘Future of Europe Seminars’ addressed the uncertainties that now beset the project of European integration, with the proposal to adopt a written Constitution for Europe and the addition of ten new member states in May 2004.

    With panels of leading specialists from Europe, the United States and beyond, the seminars provided a unique opportunity to share a wide range of knowledge and experience in understanding European integration and in thinking about its possible futures.

    The focus of the seminars was not the familiar political debate about Europe. The seminars were designed to debate Europe in a new and different way, as a constitutional, historical and cultural challenge.

    **Unfortunately, the sound quality of this recording is poor**

    • 28 Min.
    Europe: Past, Present and Future: Speaker 1 - Harold James

    Europe: Past, Present and Future: Speaker 1 - Harold James

    The problems arising from Europe's troubled history was the subject of the fourth seminar in the ‘Future of Europe’ series, which took place at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law in 2004.

    The seminar was held on Wednesday 28 January 2004, and discussed the issues of nationalism and the bitterness of past conflicts and how the problems still exist despite the creation of pan-European institutions.

    The seminar was chaired by Tim Blanning, Professor of Modern European History at the University of Cambridge. Speakers included Norman Davies, Historian, Oxford University; Misha Glenny, author and specialist in the history and politics of the Balkans; and Harold James, Professor of History, Princeton University. Each talk is available at the following links:

    1) Introduction - Tim Blanning (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137380);
    2) Speaker 1 - Harold James (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137391);
    3) Speaker 2 - Micha Glenny (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137402);
    4) Speaker 3 - Norman Davies (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137413).

    The ‘Future of Europe Seminars’ addressed the uncertainties that now beset the project of European integration, with the proposal to adopt a written Constitution for Europe and the addition of ten new member states in May 2004.

    With panels of leading specialists from Europe, the United States and beyond, the seminars provided a unique opportunity to share a wide range of knowledge and experience in understanding European integration and in thinking about its possible futures.

    The focus of the seminars was not the familiar political debate about Europe. The seminars were designed to debate Europe in a new and different way, as a constitutional, historical and cultural challenge.

    • 27 Min.
    Europe: Past, Present and Future: Introduction - Tim Blanning

    Europe: Past, Present and Future: Introduction - Tim Blanning

    The problems arising from Europe's troubled history was the subject of the fourth seminar in the ‘Future of Europe’ series, which took place at the University of Cambridge’s Faculty of Law in 2004.

    The seminar was held on Wednesday 28 January 2004, and discussed the issues of nationalism and the bitterness of past conflicts and how the problems still exist despite the creation of pan-European institutions.

    The seminar was chaired by Tim Blanning, Professor of Modern European History at the University of Cambridge. Speakers included Norman Davies, Historian, Oxford University; Misha Glenny, author and specialist in the history and politics of the Balkans; and Harold James, Professor of History, Princeton University. Each talk is available at the following links:

    1) Introduction - Tim Blanning (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137380);
    2) Speaker 1 - Harold James (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137391);
    3) Speaker 2 - Micha Glenny (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137402);
    4) Speaker 3 - Norman Davies (https://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/3137413).

    The ‘Future of Europe Seminars’ addressed the uncertainties that now beset the project of European integration, with the proposal to adopt a written Constitution for Europe and the addition of ten new member states in May 2004.

    With panels of leading specialists from Europe, the United States and beyond, the seminars provided a unique opportunity to share a wide range of knowledge and experience in understanding European integration and in thinking about its possible futures.

    The focus of the seminars was not the familiar political debate about Europe. The seminars were designed to debate Europe in a new and different way, as a constitutional, historical and cultural challenge.

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    Professor Glanville Williams: 7 December 1970

    Professor Glanville Williams: 7 December 1970

    Professor Glanville Williams, Peter Glazebrooke, David Williams, and Dr Richard Sparks with Mr A F Wilcocks, previously Chief Constable of Hertfordshire, and author of 'Enforcing the Law with Discretion'.

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    'Sovereignty at the Beginning of the 21st Century - Fundamental or Outmoded?': The 2003 Sir David Williams Lecture (audio)

    'Sovereignty at the Beginning of the 21st Century - Fundamental or Outmoded?': The 2003 Sir David Williams Lecture (audio)

    On 7 November 2003, Sir Kenneth Keith (Senior New Zealand Court of Appeal Judge) delivered the third Sir David Williams Lecture entitled "Sovereignty at the Beginning of the 21st Century - Fundamental or Outmoded?".

    The Sir David Williams Lecture is an annual address delivered by a guest lecturer in honour of Sir David Williams, Emeritus Rouse Ball Professor of English Law and Emeritus Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University.

    More information about this lecture, including a transcript, is available from the Centre for Public Law website at:

    https://www.cpl.law.cam.ac.uk/sir-david-williams-lectures

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