Pursuing the

Online Course: The Rooseveltian Century

Who were Franklin, Eleanor, and Theodore Roosevelt? What values did the three Roosevelts stand for? How did these two presidents and one first lady influence the world we live in?

The RIAS, with support from Leiden University, has created an online course, freely available via the Coursera platform. The course explores twentieth century US history in an innovative way through these three unique leaders.

Follow the course and experience the Rooseveltian Century for yourself!

Latest news

In the mid 1990s the Roosevelt Institute (RI) in New York established the Roosevelt Foundation for the Study of the United States at Moscow State University (MSU).

On Thursday 24 October 2019, Professor James Kimble will present the Fall Roosevelt Lecture on "Roosevelt, Rockwell, and the War of Ideals: The Struggle for the Four Freedoms in History and Memory" at the RIAS.

Empire Ascendant, by our postdoctoral researcher Cees Heere, will be out with Oxford University Press in December 2019.

The Marilyn B. Young Grant 2019 has been awarded to Michelle Carmody from the School of Social and Political Sciences of the University of Melbourne (Australia) for her research project "Amnesty International and the Challenge of Human Rights in US Foreign Policy."

The 2019 Theodore Roosevelt American History Award was awarded to Queeny van der Spek (Amsterdam).

The RIAS provides three-month internships to Dutch BA/MA students with an interest in the United States. Over the years, our growing network of alumni has gone on to use their experience at the RIAS as a stepping-stone for a wide variety of further careers.