Since 2000, there have been four Forum conferences, rotating between the UK, the Czech Republic and Slovakia:
- 2002 in Dundee (Scotland): The Impact of Nationalism and Fascism in the Era of Two World Wars. This was organized by the British Steering Committee and resulted in a volume of essays, published under the auspices of the British Academy: Mark Cornwall and R.J.W. Evans (eds), Czechoslovakia in a Nationalist and Fascist Europe 1918-1948 (Oxford, 2007).
- 2004, in Pardubice (Czech Republic): Nationality, Ethnicity and Confession in the Era of Reformations, 1380-1700. This was organized by the Czech Steering Committee under Professor Jaroslav Pánek. The conference proceedings were published in March 2011 by the Historical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences: Eva Doležalová, Jaroslav Pánek (eds), Confession and Nation in the Era of Reformations. Central Europe in Comparative Perspective (Prague, 2011).
- 2006, in Mojmorovice near Nitra (Slovak Republic): Inventing Each Other 1526-1800. This was organized by the Slovak Steering Committee.
- 2009, in Oxford: The Changing Landscape of East-Central Europe in Transational Context, c.1700-1989. This was organized by the British Steering Committee under Professor Robert Evans.
In its first decade, the Forum has also hosted or contributed to other academic ventures in order to further British-Czech-Slovak cooperation. These include:
- 2003 Summer School: Old and New Ideas of European Federalism (Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University, Prague)
- 2005 Workshop: The End of the Second World War in Bohemian Culture (Czech Embassy, London). Papers from this workshop were subsequently published in a special issue of the journal Central Europe (2007).
- 2010 Workshop: Friends and Defenders: Slovakia in the Work of R.W. Seton-Watson and B.Björnson (Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Bratislava). Organized by the Slovak Steering Committee and attended by Professors Jan Rychlík (Prague) and Mark Cornwall (Southampton).
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