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Some relevant research groups


1814-prosjektet at the University of Oslo

1814-grunnloven - historisk virkning og sosial forankring at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo


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Between Restoration and Revolution, National Constitutions and Global Law. An Alternative view on the European Century 1815-1914. A project financed by ERC, based in Helsinki

C


Comparative Constitutions Project

Constitution, welfare state and citizenship at Faculty of Law, University of Bergen

Cultural Perspective in the meeting of Civil Servants and peasant farmers at Volda University College


D


Democracy and rule of law at the University of Bergen

Demokratisk teori og historisk praksis – om forutsetninger for folkestyre i Norge og andre land i den europeiske kulturkrets ca 1750-1850

Det danske 1814-netværk: "Et lidet, fattigt land", University of Southern Denmark

Det forfatnings- og folkerettshistoriske prosjekt 1814-2014 (cooperation between University of Oslo, University of Bergen, University of Tromsø)

Det globale i det lokale og det lokale i det globale - konstitusjon, menneskerettigheter og interessekamp at the Department of Archaeology, Conservation and History, University of Oslo


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Europe in Transition – the Research Council of Norway’s initiative


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Grunnloven som symbol. Etnisitet, religion og konstitusjon i dagens Norge at Stiftelsen kirkeforskning - KIFO

Grunnloven og regionene: hegemoni, kontinuitet og brudd at Faculty of Humanities, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)


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Handbook of European Constitutional History in the 19th Century, coordinated from Fernuniversität Haagen, Germany


K


Kulturelle transformasjoner (KULTRANS) at University of Oslo


M


Mangfoldige offentligheter – tidsskrifter, ytringsfrihet og produktiv sensur i Danmark-Norge 1720-1814
 


Manning the state: The Danish Empire, Its Norwegian Civil Servants and the Making of the 1814 Constitution at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)


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Neighbourly assymetri: Norway and Russia 1814-2014 at University of Tromsø

Nye perspektiver på grunnlovshistorien at Department of Public and International Law, University of Oslo


P


Power and Democracy 1998-2003


S


Should States Ratify Human Rights Conventions at Centre for Advanced Study


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The Norwegian Constitution in a Changing European Context at ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo

The Research Programme on Democracy at the University of Oslo 
 

U


University of Bergen, Bicentenary Norwegian Constitution 1814-2014


W


Welfare, Working life and Migration – the Research Council of Norway’s programme
 

Published:
29.10.2010
Last updated:
13.09.2016