The Security History Network invites you to join us in the lecture by Christopher Clark, in collaboration with KNAW
Re-Imagining Security Minor
We proudly present a new, multi faculty minor 'Re-imagining Security', with the involvement of various SHN members.
Intrigue at the Dutch Palace
Ozan Ozavci discusses what happens to the everyday lives of diplomats in a foreign capital when their respective governments turn from friends to foes.
#E3: Business History and Security with Joep Schenk, Marcus Böick, Nina Kleinöder, Christian Kleinschmidt and Mark Jacob.
Wouter Klem and Erik de Lange on social unrest and terrorism in Europe during the late 19th century.
History of International Relations and Commissioned Research: Intelligence & Security
Join the symposium 'Intelligence and Security' on the 12th of April. During this lecture Prof. Dr. Bob de Graaff will speak about the insights of his latest book. Dr. Eleni Braat and Dr. Ben de Jong will speak about the chances and barriers in research on secret services. The History of International Relations will also use this opportunity to thank Prof. Dr. de Graaff for his work and wish him farewell.
SHN Lecture Series | Hitler’s Quest for Sustainable Security
The Security History Network invites you to join us in the next lecture in this year’s SHN Lecture Series which will be given by Prof. Thomas Weber
Kutuzov by Alexander Mikaberidze
Alexander Mikaberidze shows in this fascinating, often startling, and wholly humanizing new biography, Kutuzov's story is far more compelling and complex than the myths that have encased him.
Meet the Team Part 3 – Beatrice de Graaf
Midas Urlings speaks with Beatrice de Graaf, from Utrecht University, on her research and role as a core team member of SHN.
Utrecht Lectures in Political History: Barbara Stollberg – Rilinger
David A. Bell is the first speaker at the Utrecht Lectures in Political History, organized by the Political History Section of Utrecht University’s Department of History and Art History
Revisiting the Duke of Wellington: More liberal abroad than at home?
Beatrice de Graaf analyses the Duke of Wellington's apparent liberal duality. by contextualising his political views, de graaf reveals the many-sideness of the duke of wellington.