On the 21th of March, Beatrice de Graaf will receive the Arenberg European History Prize awarded by the Arenberg Foundation. Beatrice de Graaf has been awarded this prize for her book ‘Fighting Terror after Napoleon. How Europe Became Secure after 1815’ (Cambridge University Press, 2020). The Arenberg Award is awarded every two years for excellence and innovation in European history.
The ceremony will take place at the Palais des Académies in Brussel, as part of the symposium ‘A New European Security Architecture’ where Prof. Dr. De Graaf will speak about the insights from her latest book. The Security History Network congratulates Beatrice de Graaf with this prestigious and well-deserved award.
Interested in attending the symposium and ceremony? Please find the invitation below.