Appel à communications – Colloque “Residues and Innovations within Imperial Orders. Political Assemblies in Continental Europe, 1800-1850″

Dates : 24-25 janvier 2025

Lieu : Varsovie

Date limite pour soumettre une proposition : 31 août 2024

The turn of the 18th and 19th centuries witnessed profound transformations in the political landscape of continental Europe, that might be dubbed a Napoleonic moment. Novel ideas regarding national community and state centralization led to the rapid decline of residual republican systems, including almost synchronous collapses of the Dutch Republic, Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, and Italian city-republics. Simultaneously, it paved the way for a new type of political assemblies representing a broader, modernly conceived nation, including the third estate. These newly established bodies often deviated from local political traditions, generating uncertainty but also stirring desire for change. These were, however, often created by politicians educated in the time of the 18th century ancien régime. The year 1815 marked a new wave of parliamentarization in Europe, guided by the provisions of the Congress of Vienna and subsequent treaties. Unlike in the Napoleonic era, the architects of the post- Viennese order sought to restore and adapt previously existing representative institutions.

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sbounoua (2024, 22 avril). Appel à communications – Colloque “Residues and Innovations within Imperial Orders. Political Assemblies in Continental Europe, 1800-1850″ AJCH. Consulté le 28 mai 2024, à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/w9e7

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