Conferences

Layers and Connections of the Political | International APH Conference | Rome, 2021

Politics has changed a lot, in the last half-century – and so has political history. The boundaries of the political have been redrawn. The large social and political bodies of the mid-twentieth century have grown weaker or have dissolved. Public institutions have become both less insulated from society and less effective in controlling and guiding it. Therefore, defining what is political has become more difficult. Political historians have confronted this challenge, and in the process have gained a deeper understanding of their object of study, have enlarged their scope and refined their methodologies, and have entered into closer dialogue with the “other” histories and the social sciences.

International APH Conference | Rome, 2020

This conference has been cancelled due to the circumstances regarding Covid-19.

International PhD Conference | ‘History in Light of Brexit’| London, 5-7 June 2019

The seventh APH Conference in Political History took place 5-7 June 2019 in London, UK. The conference was organised by King’s College London Contemporary History, The Strand Group, The History of Parliament Trust.

The group photograph for the Annual Conference of the Association for Political History. We discussed the work of graduate students from across Europe under the theme of history in light of Brexit. Thanks to King’s College Contemporary British History, King’s College Department of Political Economy, History of Parliament and The Strand Group for supporting us

Upcoming conferences

2022 Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Previous conferences

On this page you can find an overview of the previous conferences and conference reports.