Papers from ‘Courts and Capitals 1815-1914’ series published
The Society for Court Studies has published papers from our joint 'Courts and Capitals' series in their journal, The Court Historian.
Vol. 11, No. 1 (July 2006) - Munich, Paris, Vienna, London
Papers given at the first joint Society for Court Studies / Victorian Society conference on Courts and Capitals, 1815-1914, held at the Wallace Collection on 1 October 2005.
The Transformation of Munich by Maximilian I Joseph and Ludwig I
Paris, Court City of the Nineteenth Century
Franz Joseph and the Creation of the Ringstrasse
Buckingham Palace and the Victoria Memorial, 1901-14
Vol. 13, No. 1 (June 2008) - Petrópolis, Budapest, Rome, Berlin, Sofia
Papers given at the second joint Society for Court Studies / Victorian Society conference on Courts and Capitals, 1815-1914, held at the Wallace Collection on 29 September 2007.
Roderick J Barman
Imperial Cities and Seasonal Residences: Petrópolis, Summer Capital of Brazil (1843-1889), and its European Counterparts
Budapest 1867-1914: A Dual Capital for the Dual Monarchy
The Image of King Vittorio Emanuele II and the Remaking of Rome
‘Nothing Is Too Colossal, Nothing Too Expensive': Berlin under Emperor William II
False Starts and Failed Hopes: The Rise and Fall of Royal Sofia 1878 - 1946
Vol. 15, No. 1 (June 2010) - Tehran, Athens, Dresden, Madrid, Bucharest
Articles based on papers given at the third joint Society for Court Studies / Victorian Society conference on Courts and Capitals, 1815-1914, held at the Art Workers' Guild, London WC1 on 7 November 2009.
From Islamic Small Town to Westernised Metropolis: The Development of Tehran under the Qajars and the Pahlavis
Athens: The Creation of a Royal Capital, 1834-1914
The Slow Death of Royal Dresden
Juan F. Remón Menéndez
Madrid from the Ancien Regime to the Bourgeois Restoration: The Parque Del Oeste and the Augmentation of the Capital
‘It is the sovereign who makes the palace, as a stone in a field may become an altar': Bucharest under Carol I and the building of Peleş
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