The Yale Center for Parliamentary History
The Yale Center for Parliamentary History, with its thirty years of ongoing experience in editing the materials of parliamentary history, has established a reputation for unrivaled erudition and expertise, and impeccable standards of scholarship. It would be difficult to find a more qualified group to undertake this project. The monumental achievement of the Yale Center's previous editions of the parliaments of 1625, 1626, and 1628, rank by general consent among the most impressive works of the twentieth-century critical scholarship.
The project director, Maija Jansson, who has been with the Center from
its inception, has few peers in her knowledge of the sources and protocols
of Stuart Parliaments. Together with the Yale Center's staff, consultants,
and a distinguished editorial board, Jansson has produced an invaluable
resource for the study and understanding of democratic institutions.