Vincent Kuitenbrouwer is Senior Lecturer History of International Relations. He is specialised in nineteenth- and twentieth-century imperial history, and has a special interest in colonial media. In 2012 he published the monograph War of Words. Dutch pro-Boer Propaganda and the South African War. In recent years he published on Dutch international radio-broadcasting in the late colonial era and the era of decolonisation. He currently co-ordinates the project 'Media War' on propaganda in Dutch-language media during the Second World War at the Dutch Institute for Sound and Vision.
History of international radio-broadcasting
Colonial media history
History of the Dutch empire
History of South Africa
Imperial culture in Europe
'Radio as a Tool of Empire. Intercontinental Broadcasting from the Netherlands to the Dutch East Indies in the 1920s and 1930s', Itinerario, vol. 40:1 (2016) 83-103. Go to journal website
'Propaganda dare not speak its name. International information services about the Dutch East Indies, 1919-1934', Media History vol. 20:3 (2014) 239-253. Go to journal website
with Marieke Bloembergen eds., 'A New Dutch Imperial History. Connecting Dutch and Overseas Pasts', special issue of BMGN-Low Countries Historical Review 128:1 (2013). Open access version available via journal website.
War of Words. Dutch Pro-Boer Propaganda and the South African War (1899-1902) (Amsterdam University Press 2012). Open access version available via OAPEN.