Here you can find all of the videos from the Rebuilding Europe after Napoleon Conference from April 2022.
Last week, the Security History Network launched its new podcast with core team member Dr. Ozan Ozavci and Professor Virginia H. Aksan.
Prof. dr. Jaap de Wilde has become the Security History Network's first honorary member for his extensive work on Security History.
The Committee of the Duke of Arenberg Prizes has decided to award Beatrice de Graaf the Arenberg Prize for European History.
Utrecht University's Department of History and Art History is organising the Applied History Conference on Saturday 24 September.
Filiz Yazicioglu, PhD candidate in History at Marmara University, discusses how the prevalent Greek culture in Ioannina proved to be a threat to Ottoman imperial security in the 19th century.
Virginia H. Aksan and Ozan Ozavci sit down to record the very first podcast episode on Ottoman military history.
The 8th Transnational Rhine conference report including wine, fashion and tourism had been selected as cases of important cultural/creative industries along the Rhine and were supplemented by security cultures and internationalism.
Beatrice de Graaf A Workshop on the Psychology of Religion & Radicalization
Storm discusses a broad comparative analysis of the rise of the nation-state during the Age of Revolutions.