On 16th and 17th December 2016 the European History Research Centre at the University of Warwick will host the second annual workshop of the Political History PhD Network.
Held in the Wolfson Research Exchange
All academic staff and graduate students are welcome to attend: please register with T.Smith.firstname.lastname@example.org by
November 30th 2016
This year’s workshop aims to challenge the early-modern and modern divide in political History, by providing panels on parliaments and political deliberations, on the confrontation with modernity in state and economic change, on war and security and on the language of politics in state and nation building. The keynote address will be delivered by Dr Constanze Sieger of the Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster. The workshop is organized by Alessandro Capone (Sciences Po Paris), Thomas Maineult (Sciences Po Paris), Anne Petterson (Leiden University) and Frederik Frank Sterkenburgh (University of Warwick). The Political History PhD Network was initiated after the launch of the Association for Political History in 2014. It aims to bring together PhD students working on a topic in Political History via its annual workshops, monthly newsletter and LinkedIn group.
The 2016 Conference is sponsored by the EHRC, The Humanities Research Centre and the Department of History at the University of Warwick.
Participants / PhD students presenting
Carlos Antolín Réjon (Universidad Autónoma de Madrid), Carolien Boender (Leiden University), Alessandro Bonvini (University of Salerno), Ettore Bucci, (Scuola Normale Superiora Pisa), Nick Crown (University of East Anglia), Zachris Haaparinne (University of Jyväskylä), Leonard van ‘t Hul (University of Amsterdam), Stefanie Hundehege (University of Kent), Erik de Lange (Utrecht University), Carlos Domper Lásus (Universita LUISS ‘Guido Carli’), Lauren Lauret (Leiden University), Charles Lenoir (Sciences Po Paris), Jacopo Marchetti (University of Pisa), James McSpadden (Harvard University) Glauco Schettini (Fordham University, New York), Tom Schuringa (University of Groningen), Jon Singerton (University of Edinburgh), Alex Svyetlov (Ukrainian Academy of Sciences), Joonas Tammela (University of Jyväskylä).