|current issue of "Contributions to Contemporary History"||
current issue of 'Contributions to Contemporary History' - Thinking About the Revolution: 100 Years After:
|The Czech National Council: The Roots and Faces of a National Parliament||
The Czech Chamber of Deputies hosted a conference organized by the Institute of Contemporary History in Prague. It dealt with the 1968 foundation of the Czech National Council, the first Czech legislature within Czechoslovakia.
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|CFP: Entering the parliamentary stage – Women in Parliament and Politics. An international comparison. A conference marking the centennial of women’s suffrage in Germany 1919.||
Symposium »Entering the parliamentary stage – Women in Parliament and Politics. An international comparison. A conference marking the centennial of women’s suffrage in Germany 1919.«
|CFP: Half a century of political controversies relating to social security reforms for the elderly in Europe.||
|CfP: Parliaments and the Politicization of the EU||
4th TRACE Symposium will be held on May 31st to June 1st, 2018 at University of Jyväskylä, Finland. The call for papers is open now.
|CLARIN workshop 'Working with Parliamentary Records'||
CLARIN is a research infrastructure that was initiated from the vision that all digital language resources and tools from all over Europe and beyond should be accessible through an online environment for the support of researchers in the humanities and social sciences.
|Merry Christmas from EuParl.net|
|The Autumn 2017 issue of EuParl.net Newsletter is out!||
See it for info on research projects, conferences, and other activites organised by the partners of the network.
Click here to read: http://www.usd.cas.cz/Newsletter2017.pdf
|Call for Papers: ‘A Century of Women MPs, 1918-2018’ London, 5-7 September 2018||
A multidisciplinary conference hosted jointly by Parliament’s UK Vote 100 Project, the History of Parliament Trust and the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Westminster
|Prestigious British Academy/Wolfson Foundation Award Goes To History Of Parliament Trust||
The History of Parliament will be embarking on a three-year research project funded by the British Academy and Wolfson Foundation. History’s Director, Paul Seaward, will explore the nature of parliaments’ institutional life: what are the ideas and practices that create a vigorous and viable institution, and perhaps what might threaten it.
The project summary is as follows: