Journal Information


Parliaments, Estates and Representation is the journal of the International Commission for the History of Representative and Parliamentary Institutions. It is peer-reviewed and is published twice a year. It is concerned with political theory and the institutional practice of representation, as well as the internal organization and the social and political background to parliaments and assemblies of estates. The journal publishes scholarly articles covering the whole spectrum of the history of representative institutions up to the present day. It welcomes all contributions which fall within its field of interest, including papers presented at the conferences of the ICHRPI.

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Manuscripts

Manuscripts should be submitted to the Editor in English, French and German in the form of a Word file attached to an email:

Dr John R. Young, History, School of Humanities, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK
Email: john.r.young@strath.ac.uk

Contributions should be typed in double-spacing and presented in accordance with MLA (USA) or MHRA (UK) style books; they should be submitted in the form of a Word file attached to an email to the Editor. For English language contributions, either British or American spellings will be acceptable.

Editorial Board (2016)

Editor (articles and book reviews)
John R. Young (University of Strathclyde)

Editorial Board:
Joseba Agirreazkuenaga (University of the Basque Country, Spain)
Thomas N. Bisson (Harvard University, USA)
Henry J. Cohn (University of Warwick, UK)
Maria Sofia Corciulo (University of Rome, La Sapienza, Italy)
Valerie Cromwell (Institute of Historical Research, UK)
Guido D’Agostino (University of Naples, Italy)
Rudolfine Freiin von Oer (University of Münster, Germany)
Jean Garrigues (University of Orleans, France)
Lothar Höbelt (University of Vienna, Austria)
Johannes Helmrath (Humbolt University, Berlin)
Tatsunori Isomi (Sophia University, Japan)
Eva Jedruch (Independent Scholar)
Janusz Małłek (University of Torun, Poland)
Alastair Mann (University of Stirling, UK)
Estevão de Rezende Martins (University of Brasilia, Brazil)
Mario di Napoli (Senate of Italy, Rome)
John Rogister (Institut de France, Paris)
Paul Seaward (The History of Parliament Trust, UK)
Francesco Soddu (University of Sassari, Italy)

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