2 October 2019
Economic historian Bas van Bavel was presented with the highest distinctions awarded in Dutch science.
19 September 2019
This collection of essays approaches the subject of collecting and empires from a global and inclusive comparative perspective.
12 September 2019
Beatrice de Graaf on talkshow Jinek about right-wing extremism, terrorism and violence.
9 September 2019
In her research, Bol investigates for how long a work of art can survive.
22 July 2019
History Provides a Critical Thinking ‘Toolbox’ for Students.
12 July 2019
BRILL recently published 'Women and Gender in the Early Modern Low Countries, 1500-1750', a book edited by Sarah Moran and Amanda Pipkin.
8 July 2019
Last month '1989 and the West. Western Europe since the End of the Cold War' was published by Routledge.
24 June 2019
Rachel Gillett explains why the role of women in the Ku Klux Klan has so often been ignored.
17 June 2019
The first book in the new Routledge series ‘Knowledge Societies in History’ (series editors: Sven Dupré and Wijnand Mijnhardt) will appear in August.
17 June 2019
This book is about the development of optics and perspective between the fifteenth and seventeenth centuries.
20 May 2019
We spoke with Eva-Maria Troelenberg about the film and about the growing popularity of the art documentary in general.
16 May 2019
Last month the book 'America and Romania in the Cold War: A Differentiated Détente, 1969-80' was published by Routledge.
5 April 2019
The newly developed teaching program for primary schools 'Ter Info' is discussed on 'NOS.nl'.
22 March 2019
Bas van Bavel (Economic and Social History) spoke to de Volkskrant regarding the growing wealth of the top wealthiest people in the Netherlands.
18 March 2019
Book launch 'Securing Europe after Napoleon - 1815 and the New European Security Culture' at Columbia University New York
On 27 February Beatrice de Graaf, Ido de Haan and Brian Vick launched their new book at Columbia University New York.