For the NIOD REWIND podcast, researcher Anne van Mourik recently interviewed Roel Frakking on the term 'extreme violence' and the importance of local dynamics in researching decolonization conflicts.

You can listen to the interview here

Roel Frakking is researcher on the Regional Studies project, for which he analysis the local dynamics in the decolonization war. Together with professor Martin Thomas (Exeter) he wrote an article on the micro-dynamics of violence during decolonization conflicts in Southeast Asia and Africa after 1945, for the BMGN-Low Countries Historical Review which was published recently.

The interview is episode 10 of the NIOD REWIND podcast, in which Anne van Mourik and Thijs Bouwknegt present interviews with scholars on the history and study of mass violence, war and genocide.