Call for Papers, 'Parliaments, Estates and Representation'
'Parliaments, Estates & Representation' is a tri-lingual international journal, the only one devoted to the history of parliamentary and representative institutions in all countries. The editor welcomes research papers on the origin, growth and development of representative and parliamentary institutions in all periods.
Past contributors have included Joseba Agirreazkuenaga, Thomas N. Bisson, Jeremy Black, Peter Blickle, Henry Cohn, Maria Sofia Corciulo, Valerie Cromwell, Jean Garrigues, Martin von Gelderen, John H. Grever, Lothar Höbelt, H. G. Koenigsberger, Émil Lousse, Janusz Mallek, Antonio Marongiu, Michael F. Metcalf, Michel Péronnet, Jack Pole, John Rogister, and Michael Weinzierl.
The journal appears as an annual hardback volume. It is published by Ashgate for the International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions, which has almost two hundred members in thirty countries. Now in its twenty-eighth year, PE&R encourages comparative studies and investigations into the political theory and institutional practice of representation, as well as into the internal organization and the social and political background to parliaments, assemblies of estates, and local and urban representative institutions.
Manuscripts, which may be submitted and published in English, French or German, are refereed and subject to normal editorial procedures.
Contributors are asked to send articles of up to 8,000 words including notes, double spaced, to the Editor no later than 30 January 2008, preferably as an email attachment in Microsoft Word.
Dr Alexander Cowan, Editor.
Reader in History,
Division of Politics and History
School of Arts and Social Sciences
Newcastle upon Tyne
Editor 'Parliaments, Estates and Representation',
School of Arts and Social Sciences,
Newcastle upon Tyne
United Kingdom Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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