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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


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


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


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


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


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)


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


Kulturelle transformasjoner (KULTRANS) at University of Oslo


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)


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


Power and Democracy 1998-2003


Should States Ratify Human Rights Conventions at Centre for Advanced Study


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 


University of Bergen, Bicentenary Norwegian Constitution 1814-2014


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

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