Wouter Klem and Erik de Lange on social unrest and terrorism in Europe during the late 19th century.
Looking back at the 33rd annual Wellington Lecture at the University of Southampton
Join Ozan Ozavci in this online event about the 1923 Lausanne Treaty!
The Security History Network invites you to join us in the first lecture in this year’s SHN Lecture Series, Borderless Revolutions: Organising and Curtailing transnational political opposition in 1848, given by Ignacio García De Paso.
Joep Schenk explores how neutrality was a malleable concept and can be understood as a diplomatic tool.
Dit jaar schrijft historicus en terrorisme-expert Beatrice de Graaf het Maand-essay. En tijdens de Maand van de Geschiedenis trekt ze door het land om over haar essay te vertellen.
This event is a panel discussion about the Greco-Turkish war in history, memory and international politics.
Zef Segal looks at nineteenth-century German society through the prism of law and order.
Historian Annelotte Janse received a Hofvijverkring Fellowship to do research in various American archives for three months.
In Flanders Fields Museum (Ypres), the Turkey Studies Network in the Low Countries (TSN) Power in History: Centre for Political History (University of Antwerp) are jointly organizing a three-day interdisciplinary conference on the experiences and aftermath of the First World War in the Middle East.