||The Shifting of American Collective Memory: Remembering the Civil War Along the Mason-Dixon Line
||De Haan, Prof. Dr. I.
||The “Gardening States”: Comparing State Repression of Ethnic Minority Groups in Turkey and the Soviet Union, 1908-1945
||THE USE OF IRANIAN STATE VIOLENCE AND COERCION IN 1979-1989; How the Iranian state tried to control its political opponents with violence and coercion through the prisons, the judiciar ...
||Üngör, U. Ü.
||Escaping, experiencing, and challenging modernity in modern
How translating the American modern dance culture enabled Dutch dancers to
reflect on the modernisation of th ...
||The Perpetrator as Citizen: Self-identification from National Hero to Victimised Subject
||Ümit Üngör, U.
||Bearers of the safety net. The influence of social service organisations on the social rights of social assistance recipients in the Netherlands (1982-1998)
||Heerma van Voss, L.
||The Shanghai Municipal Police. An early facilitator of international intelligence cooperation, 1925-1937
Keywords: Shanghai Municipal Police, SMP, Shanghai, intelligence, intelligence cooperation, international intelligence cooperation, international relations, imperial history, empire, informal empire, imperial intelligence, Comintern
||De Graaff, Prof. dr. B.G.J.
||Project(ing) Europe: How filmstrips depicted the story of European integration to Dutch schoolchildren in the early post-war years: a perspective on concepts of Europe between 1950 and ...
Keywords: filmstrip, education, Europe, European integration, European Community, Marshall Plan, ECA, MSA, identity politics, cultural history, ECSC
|Wijk, S. van
||Eijnatten, J. van
||Selecting the past: The relationship between archives, memory and history investigated through NIOD’s war diary collection (1944 – 2010)
||Leeuwen, S.P. van
||Patriotism, professionalization and personal development
Conflicting visions of science in Dutch scientific societies, 1752-1900
||Mijnhardt, prof. dr. W.W., Theunissen, prof. dr. L.T.G.