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Trip to Kalø. From left to right: Hagen Schulz-Forberg, Marieke Oprel, and Teresa Malice.Scholarship: Writing politics at Aarhus University

Marieke Oprel (University of Amsterdam & DIA) is working on a PhD thesis on Dutch-German relations after 1945 and the politics of justice in the aftermath of the Second World War. For the APH-website she writes about her experiences during a 4 month-writing-scholarship at Aarhus University.
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blogihalainenthespringsofdemocracyNew book: Springs of Democracy

In The Springs of Democracy: National and Transnational Debates on Constitutional Reform in the British, German, Swedish and Finnish Parliaments, 1917-1919, Pasi Ihalainen compares debates on revolution, democracy and parliamentarism and their transnational links between the outbreak of the Russian Revolution and the constitutional compromises of 1918-19. Read more


Call for Papers | PhD Workshop The Pursuit of Legitimacy
Leiden University, the Netherlands, 25-26 October 2018

The Political History PhD Network invites you to submit a proposal for its fourth annual workshop for PhD students in Political History: The Pursuit of Legitimacy. Power and its manifestations in political history.

Application deadline: 1 April 2018.

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