Beatrice de Graaf

Titels Prof. dr.
Initials B.A.
Main position Hoogleraar UU
Disciplines History
  Modern and contemporary history
Chair History of International Relations and Global Governance
Domain Humanities
Membership Member
Since 2017
Member of Humanities
Member of Social Sciences Council
Employed by Universiteit Utrecht, Faculteit Geesteswetenschappen,
Dep. Geschiedenis en Kunstgeschiedenis, Afd. Geschiedenis Internationale Betrekkingen
Drift 6
3512 BS  Utrecht
tel.  030 253 5127
Personal website

Beatrice de Graaf studies the history of security and terrorism/counterterrorism from the nineteenth century to the present. She is part of an international team investigating the origins and impact of European security regimes in the nineteenth century. De Graaf also researches contemporary forms of radicalisation and analyses the underlying causes of terrorism and international tensions in the media. She is a science columnist for Dutch national newspaper NRC, a member of the European Council on Foreign Relations, and a former member of The Young Academy. She also chaired the National Dutch Research Agenda.