Fighting Terror after Napoleon: How Europe Became Secure after 1815

Invitation for Digital Book Launch

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Utrecht University
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Utrecht
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Netherlands
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02.10.2020 -
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Beatrice de Graaf, Utrecht University

On the 2nd of October 2020, the book Fighting Terror after Napoleon: How Europe Became Secure after 1815 by Prof. Dr. Beatrice de Graaf will be launched, parallel to the Forty-Fourth Annual Conference (virtual) of the German Studies Association.

Invitation for Digital Book Launch

Together with security and history experts around the globe, Prof Dr. de Graaf will present her book and chair a discussion on security cultures in the 19th century. The book tells the story of European interstate security cooperation by key historical figures such as Metternich, Castlereagh, Wellington and Alexander I in an attempt to restore order after Napoleon’s defeat in 1815. In doing so, Prof. Dr. de Graaf shines a new light on the project of European integration and it’s relation to international norms and the collective fight against terror.

The book presentations includes a round table discussion, introduced by CUP-editor Michael Watson, and with professors Sir Christopher Clark (University of Cambridge), Glenda Sluga (University of Sydney), Brian Vick (Emory University) and students from the Master International Relations in Historical Perspective from Utrecht University.

We cordially invite you to join us on the 2nd of October 2020 from 17:00–18:15 for the online event. Please register by sending an email to e.heldenbergh@uu.nl, who will share with you the link to the event.

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Esther Heldenbergh
e.heldenbergh@uu.nl

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