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NIOD Rewind Podcast

On war & violence
In the NIOD Rewind podcast on war & violence, Anne van Mourik and Thijs Bouwknegt interview historians and other academics about the history of mass violence, genocide, and war. What are these scholars working on? What are the main issues and new insights? How does the history of violence relate to the current debate, events, and phenomena? The NIOD Rewind podcast looks into innovative research, interesting methods, and new publications. The work of NIOD researchers is frequently highlighted. De NIOD Rewind podcast gaat over innovatief onderzoek, interessante methodes en nieuwe publicaties. Regelmatig staat het werk van NIOD-onderzoekers centraal.

Listen to the newest NIOD Rewind Podcast, in which Anne van Mourik and Thijs Bouwknegt talk with professor Tatjana Tönsmeyer about the new Source Edition 'Fighting Hunger, Dealing with Shortage. Everyday Life under Occupation in World War II Europe'. How did these two volumes come about, and what sources does it cover? And in what way did food shortages affect the lives of ordinary people as well as specific groups such as Jews, Sinti and Roma, and women — and how did they cope with it?

Episodes of the NIOD Rewind Podcast

You can listen to the podcast on Soundcloud, Spotify, or any other podcast app.

Season 1 of the NIOD Rewind Podcast

Special series: Uncertain Times

In this special series of the NIOD Rewind podcast, NIOD researchers discuss the corona crisis and the uncertainty it brings. How do they experience the crisis? And what is their take on current social events from the perspective of their research? This podcast is created by Anne van Mourik, Thijs Bouwknegt and Anne-Lise Bobeldijk

Credits

Editing: Anne van Mourik
Photo logo: Joris van den Tol
Intro/outro music: Roy van Rosendaal
Consultant: Ismee Tames

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