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.
Ozan Ozavci will discuss his recent book "Dangerous Gifts: Imperialism, Security, and Civil Wars in the Levant, 1798-1864" with Aimee Genell.
The War & Peace in the Age of Napoleon Conference featuring speakers from a round the world on a wide range of topics on the period. Taking place in September 2022.
Utrecht University's Department of History and Art History is organising the Applied History Conference on Saturday 24 September.
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.