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Call for Papers CONCEPTA RESEARCH SEMINAR

Comparing the Concepts of Representation

Representation is a core concept in modern politics. Since the revolutions of the 17th and 18th century, representation has become the main principle organizing and legitimizing political systems. Social movements themselves are based on representation – of workers, of women, of minorities – as are aesthetics, linguistics or psychology. As a result of this centrality, the concept of representation can be hard to grasp; ubiquitous, its meaning is deeply contentious.

Summer School - Intro to Conceptual History in HELSINKI

Introduction to Conceptual History

 

Summer school for PhD students and advanced level Master’s degree students

8 August to 19 August

 

University of Helsinki

Deadline for Applications: 20 May 2016

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