14 November 2018
As of 1 January 2019, Johan Schot will be joining the Centre for Global Challenges as Professor of Global Comparative History.
8 November 2018
Beatrice the Graaf highlights the continuation of large scale violence on the edges of Europe after 1918 in her column on NRC.nl.
29 October 2018
For the closing conference of the ERC-project 'Securing Europe, Fighting its Enemies' the organization is looking for paper proposals.
22 October 2018
On 24 September History Today published an article of dr. Rachel Gillett on music of the Napoleonic era.
8 October 2018
VPRO Tegenlicht has just launched the international version of the Backlight documentary 'Our Common Good', with Tine de Moor.
17 September 2018
In August the book 'The Cambridge Companion to the Dutch Golden Age' has been published by Cambridge University Press.
12 September 2018
Cell biologist Anna Akhmanova and historian Beatrice de Graaf were presented with the highest distinctions awarded in Dutch science
3 September 2018
In August 2018 Maarten Prak's 'Citizens without Nations. Urban Citizenship in Europe and the World c. 1000-1789' has launched.
4 July 2018
The gap between the poor and the rich threatens to become unbridgeable. What does this mean for our chances and our children's chances?
26 June 2018
Art historian Jessie Wei-Hsuan Chen will delve into the epistemic value of seventeenth-century flower books of amateur collectors of botanical visual material.
22 June 2018
The European Commission published the results of Bas van Bavel's ERC project on Western European societies coping with rural hazards and disasters (1300-1800).
19 June 2018
Uğur Üngör wrote a blog for Oxford University Press on how studying mass murder can affect the researcher in profound ways.
29 May 2018
Iva Vukusic won the ASN Award for her paper 'Paramilitary Violence in the Former Yugoslavia: Insights from War Crimes Trials'.
18 May 2018
In this book, Merlijn Hurx argues that transformations in building organisation in 15th century Northern Europe laid the foundations for modern architecture.
15 May 2018
Constantin Ardeleanu wrote a biography of John Stokes, the first British commissioner in the European Commission of the Danube (1856-1871).