26 September 2018

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InterDisciplinarity: Conceptual Explorations

21st International Conference on the History of Concepts

University of Málaga, 25–28 September 2018


Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Aulario IV

9:00 – 11:00

Approaches and Methods in Political-Temporal Concepts
Aula 5 – Chair: Jani Marjanen, University of Helsinki

Javier Fernández-Sebastián, University of the Basque Country
Historical Parallels: An Indispensable Device for Historians (and Politicians)?
Marcos Reguera, University of the Basque Country
Computer Analysis or Hermeneutical Approach? The Path to the Discovery of Authorship of the Concept ‘Manifest Destiny’
David Beorlegui, University of the Basque Country
History of Emotions and Conceptual Analysis: The Case of ‘Desencanto’ in the Spanish Transition
Carmelo Moreno, University of the Basque Country
Nationalism, Indivisible Goods and Detained Time: The Problems of the Recognition Policy in Democratic Negotiation
Gonzalo Capellán, University of La Rioja
‘Le Moment Lamennais’: The Redescription of the People and Democracy in the Iberoamerican World through the Translations of ‘Modern Slavery

The Languages of Emotions
Aula 7 – Chair: Norbert​ ​Götz​, Södertörn University, Stockholm

Camila Suárez, Goldsmiths, University of London
The Conceptual History of Interest during the 16th and 17th Centuries from Usury to Emotion
Risto Turunen, University of Tampere
Quantifying Red Love and Hate: Emotion Concepts in the Political Language of Finnish Socialism, 1895–1917
Moisés Prieto, University of Bern
Hailed and Railed At: The Dictator in Concept, Narratives and Iconography around 1800

Linguistics and Translation
Aula 8 – Chair: Irène Herrmann, University of Genève

Yury Kagarlitskiy, Vinogradov Russian Language Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences
A Historical or Linguistic Discipline? Understanding Language and History through the History of Concepts
Maria Ponomareva, Higher School of Economics, Moscow
The Concept of Fatherland in the French Political Vocabulary of the Middle Ages: The Case of Le Songe du Vergier
Patricia Springborg, Humboldt University of Berlin
Greek into Arabic, Arabic into Latin

11:00 – 11:30 Break

Sala de Grados María Zambrano

11:30 – 13:00 Plenary Session – Chair: Patricia Springborg, Humboldt University of Berlin

Prof. Kari Palonen, Emeritus Professor of Political Science, University of Jyväskylä
Conceptual Explorations Around ‘Politics’: How to Study Conceptual History with the German Bundestag Plenary Debates?

Aulario IV

15:00 – 17:00

Conceptual History of Major Political Concepts on the Korean Peninsula during the Cold War Period
Aula 7 – Chair: Luis Botella, University of Málaga

Chaesung Chun, Seoul National University
Two Koreas’ Differing Concepts of ‘Self-Reliance’ as an Embodiment of Sovereignty and Practical Strategy Towards Each Other
Yul Sohn, Yonsei University, Seoul
Debates on Modernization of Korea in the 1960s: The Rise and Decline of the Concept ‘Nationalist Modernization’
Young Sun Ha, East Asia Institute, Seoul
The History of Conceptual Bifurcation of ‘Peace’ in both Koreas

Closing Gaps: Temporal Comparisons in Utopias and Beyond
Aula 5 – Chair: Jussi Kurunmäki, Södertörn University, Stockholm & University of Helsinki

Willibald Steinmetz, Bielefeld University
Historical Semantics of Temporal Comparisons: An Introduction
Michael Götzelmann, Bielefeld University
Stitching Time / Space: Towards the Functions of Temporal Comparisons in Utopias and Dystopias
Kirill Postoutenko & Olga Sabelfeld, Bielefeld University
Post-War Consensus in British Parliament (1945–1959) through the Prism of Temporal Comparisons
Pablo Sánchez León, University of the Basque Country
There and Back Again: The Semantics of Utopia from Modernist to Postmodern Future

Democracy and the Political
Aula 8 – Chair: Frederik Schröer, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin

Konstantinos Bizas, University of Jyväskylä
John Dunn’s Work on the History of Democracy
Ilkka Kärrylä, University of Helsinki
How Political Concepts Become Obsolete – The case of ‘Economic Democracy’
Javier Gil, University of Oviedo
Interdisciplinary as Commitment and the Mixed Regime of the Moderns: On the Transformation of Rosanvallon’s Conceptual History of the Political
Wiktor Marzec, Centre for Historical Research, National Research University Higher School of Economics, St Petersburg
Historical Sociology of Revolution and Welfare and Historical Semantics of Parliamentary Debates

17:00 – 17:30 Break
17:30 – 19:00


CONCEPTA Board Meeting (Aula 7)
European Conceptual History Book Series Meeting (Aula 8)

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