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 dr. Ilkay Yilmaz
SHN Lecture Series 2022 – 2023
This year, the Security History Network organizes numerous lectures on the history of security.
Arenberg Award Ceremony for Beatrice de Graaf
Beatrice de Graaf will be awarded the Arenberg Prize for European History on the 21th of March in Brussel.
Meet the Team Part 2 – Erik de Lange
Annegreet Silvius speaks with Erik de Lange, from Utrecht University, on his research and role as a core team member of SHN.
Bloodshed on a rather large scale: Tactical conduct and noncombatant casualties in Dutch, French, and British colonial counterinsurgency, Christiaan Harinck
Christiaan Harinck writes on Tactical conduct and noncombatant casualties in Dutch, French, and British colonial counterinsurgency
Zoeken, aangrijpen en vernietigen! by Christiaan Harinck
This study analyses the Dutch military’s tactical conduct in Indonesia during the decolonization war of 1945-1949.
A Danger to Public Health? Nineteenth-Century Labor Migration and the Fear of Epidemics in the British Colony of Mauritius (c.1834–1910)
Chapter by Andrea Wiegeshoff nineteenth century labor migration and the fear of academics
Vom Nachkrieg zum Vorkrieg by Thomas Weber
This collection of studies examines the quest for a new European order and the interconnections between domestic and foreign policy during the 1920s and 1930s. It collates different national perspectives in a single volume and asks searching questions about the consequences of the decisions made during the period under examination.
A new perspective on the European security culture after 1815, Beatrice de Graaf
Beatrice de Graaf et al., discusses the concept of national security as a transnational issue.
A new perspective on the European security culture after 1815, Beatrice de Graaf et. al.
In a co-authored publication, Beatrice de Graaf discusses the European security culture after 1815.