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Call for Papers: Eurasian Parliamentary Practices and Political Mythologies: Duma, Rada, Khural, Legislative Yuan, and Beyond (Heidelberg, June 17–18, 2019, deadline: January 31, 2019)
June 17–18, 2019
University of Heidelberg
Organizers: Ivan Sablin (Heidelberg) and Egas Moniz Bandeira (Madrid)
The University of Heidelberg invites paper proposals for the Workshop “Eurasian Parliamentary Practices and Political Mythologies: Duma, Rada, Khural, Legislative Yuan, and Beyond” to take place on June 17–18, 2019.