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Edited By: Richard Gaunt and David Hayton
Online ISSN: 1750-0206
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Managing Tudor and Stuart Parliaments: Essays in Memory of Michael Graves
Parliament, Politics and Policy in Britain and Ireland, c.1680 - 1832: Essays in Honour of D.W. Hayton
Institutional Practice and Memory - Parliamentary People, Records and Histories: Essays in Honour of Sir John Sainty
Faction Displayed: Reconsidering the Impeachment of Dr Henry Sacheverell
British Parliaments and Assemblies: A Bibliography of Printed Materials
A Note for Authors
Submissions in the form of electronic files may be made under the electronic submission method (Scholar One) or may be sent directly to David Hayton D.Hayton@qub.ac.uk (articles) or Hannes Kleineke HKleinek@histparl.ac.uk (reviews).
Parliamentary History Essay Prize
The Parliamentary History Essay Prize, worth £400, is offered in 2017 for the best essay submitted on an historical subject related to the history of parliaments and representative institutions in Britain, Ireland, and British colonial dependencies. The prize is restricted to early career researchers (individuals within eight years of the award of their PhD, or within six years of their first academic appointment, excluding any period of career break). The essay must be a work of original research, not already accepted for publication. The text should not exceed 8,000 words. The closing date for submissions is 15 Oct. 2017, and entries should be sent to the joint-editor, Professor David Hayton, at email@example.com. The winning essay will be published in Parliamentary History.
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Access an extensive listing of published writings on British parliaments from the beginning of the 20th century, available completely free online:
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