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Beatrice de Graaf

Titles
Prof. dr.
Initials
B.A.
Main position
Hoogleraar UU
Disciplines
History
Modern and contemporary history
Leeropdracht
History of International Relations & Global Governance
Since
17-03-2011
End membership
01-04-2016
Employed by
Universiteit Utrecht
Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen/Departement Geschiedenis, Programma Institutions
Drift 6
3512 BS   Utrecht
b.a.degraaf@uu.nl Research/publications

Beatrice de Graaf (1976) is a leading pioneer in national security and international relations.

She contributed to the creation of the Centre for Terrorism and Counterterrorism Studies at Campus The Hague. With the aid of a VIDI grant, she is researching the creation of a national security state in the western world: how does something become a national security issue and end up on the political agenda? As a NIAS fellow, she initiated a research group focusing on the impact of terrorism trials.

Graaf, Prof. dr. B.A. de (Beatrice)
  • History of National Security (19th - 21st century)
  • Counter-terrorism and political violence
  • Securitisation
  • International relations
  • Historical trends in security thinking

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