Ido De Haan

Ido de Haan is professor of political history at Utrecht University. He is a specialist with regard to histories of citizenship, regime change and the aftermath of revolutions, and the repercussions of the Holocaust. His publications include ‘Le roi Louis, un modèle pour Guillaume?’, in: Annie Jourdan, Louis Bonaparte, Roi de Hollande. Paris: Nouveau Monde 2010, with Jeroen van Zanten, 213-231; ‘The paradox of Dutch history – historiography of the Holocaust in the Netherlands’. In D. Bankier & D. Michman (eds.), Holocaust Historiography in Context, Emergence, Challenges, polemics & achievements. New York: Yad Vashem/Berghahn 2009, 355-376; Politieke reconstructie. Een nieuw begin in de politieke geschiedenis (Political reconstruction. A new beginning in political history). Utrecht: Utrecht University 2004.