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InterDisciplinarity: Conceptual Explorations

21st International Conference on the History of Concepts

University of Málaga, 25–28 September 2018


Tuesday, 25 September 2018

Sala de Grados María Zambrano

9:00 – 9:30 Welcome
Martin Burke, Rosario López, José María Rosales
9:30 – 11:00 Inaugural Lecture – Chair: Martin Burke

Prof. Diana Mishkova, Director, Center for Advanced Study Sofia
Conceptual History and the Production of Space (the Case of Supranational Regions)

11:00 – 11:30 Break

Aulario IV

11:30 – 13:30

Conflict Resolution between Law, History and Society
Aula 7 – Chair: Anton Jansson, University of Gothenburg

Francesco di Chiara, University of Palermo
The Judicial and Extrajudicial Resolution of Conflicts during the Modern Age
Giacomo Demarchi, State University of Milan
The Constitution as Political and Legal ‘Place’ for the Resolution of Territorial Conflicts in 20th-Century Europe
Elisabetta Fiocchi Malaspina, University of Zurich
The Resolution of Conflicts between States in the 18th and 19th Century

From the Local to the International
Aula 8 – Chair: Norbert​ ​Götz​, Södertörn University, Stockholm

Hunmi Lee, Sogang University, South Korea
Conceptual History and International Politics: The Concept of Revolution in North Korea, 1945–1972
Kamil Śmiechowski, University of Łódź
Concepts and Locality. Differences in Understanding of the Concept of Intelligentsia in Poland – The Cases of Warsaw and Łódź 1881–1945

Temporalities and Concepts
Aula 5 – Chair: Jussi Kurunmäki, Södertörn University, Stockholm & University of Helsinki

Inho Choi, The Johns Hopkins University
Historical Time, Retrocausality and Propensity of Things: Methodological Insights from an Interdisciplinary Investigation of Time
Leonoor Zuiderveen Borgesius, University of Oslo
Rewilding and Restoring – New Nature and its Temporalities
Sisay Megersa Dirirsa, University of Bielefed
The Ethiopian Empire: A Future Past Dialectics
Frederik Schröer, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin
Temporalising Exile: The Trans-Temporal Semantics of Concepts in the Tibetan Diasporic Community
Blake Ewing, University of Oxford
The Language of Time in Britain: An Analysis of 150 Years of Parliamentary Debates

15:30 – 17:30

Concepts ​Beyond​ ​Nation​ ​States: Towards a Comparative European History
Aula 5 – Chair: Willibald Steinmetz, Bielefeld University

Pasi Ihalainen, University of Jyväskylä
Semantic Fields of Internationalism in the UK Parliament: Macro-, Meso- and Micro-Level Analyses
Norbert​ ​Götz​, Södertörn University, Stockholm & Irène Herrmann, University of Genève
Universalism vs. Particularism in Discourses on Transnational Emergency Aid
Antero Holmila, University of Jyväskylä
The Olympic Movement and the Conceptualizations of International versus Cosmopolitan
Juho Saksholm, University of Jyväskylä
Looking for ‘the Third Way’: Conceptualisations of Internationalism in the Debates of Finnish and Swedish Student- and New Left Movements, 1962–1968

Conceptual History and Neighbouring Disciplines
Aula 7 – Chair: Patricia Springborg, Humboldt University of Berlin

Heli Rantala, University of Turku
On Interdisciplinary Reading of ‘Revolution’: The Finnish Case
Michał Pospiszyl, Institute of Political Science, Polish Academy of Sciences
The Birth of Multitude in Philosophical, Medical and Theological Discourses of the Late Middle Ages
Francisco J. Bellido, Universities of Málaga and Jyväskylä
Conceptual Change in Constitutional History: Studying Spain’s Twentieth-Century Constitutional Debates
Heikki Kokko, University of Tampere
Digital Conceptual History and the Experience of Modern Belonging
Anton Jansson, University of Gothenburg
Idé- och Lärdomshistoria: An Intellectual History of Intellectual History in Sweden

Asian Perspectives: Political Concepts and Institutions
Aula 8 – Chair: Hunmi Lee, Sogang University, South Korea

Luis Botella, University of Málaga
Establishing Korean Archaeology: A Multidisciplinary Assemblage of Ideas, Institutions and Researchers (1945–1979)
Manjeet Ramgotra, SOAS University of London
The Languages of Republicanism: Self-Rule and the Public Thing
Mario López Areu, Universidad Pontificia de Comillas, Madrid
The Concept of Civil Society in Modern Indian Political Thought: Appropriation and Reconceptualisation of a Western Liberal Concept
Minju Kwon, University of Notre Dame
A Modern Girl, a Short-Haired Lady: Debating the Concept of ‘Modern’ in Colonial Korea

17:30 – 18:00 Break
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Contributions to the History of Concepts Editorial Board (Aula 7)

Book Launches

Diana Mishkova, Beyond Balkanism: The Scholarly Politics of Region Making (London: Routledge, 2018), by Diana Mishkova (Aula 5)

Kari Palonen, Parliamentary Thinking: Procedure, Rhetoric and Time (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018), by Kari Palonen (Aula 8)

Pasi Ihalainen, The Springs of Democracy: National and Transnational Debates on Constitutional Reform in the British, German, Swedish and Finnish Parliaments, 1917–1919 (Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society, 2017), by Pasi Ihalainen (Aula 4)

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