Program for the 17th International Conference on the History of Concepts

* Please note: Program is subject to change.

 

The 17th International Conference on the History of Concepts

Communicating Concepts – Conceptualizing Communication

Bielefeld University, 28 – 30 August 2014

 

Wednesday 27th August

17.00- 19.00

Registration and Informal Meetings

 

Thursday 28th August

08.30-09.00

Registration

09.00-09.30

Opening Remarks:  Martin Burke and Willibald Steinmetz

09.30

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10.30

Plenary Session I

Riccardo Pozzo: Towards an Intercultural History of Philosophy

10.30-11.00

Coffee

11.00

-

13.00

Parallel Sessions I

Emotion Concepts in South Asia

 

Conceptual Struggles in 19th and 20th-century Politics and Society

Circulation, Translation and Transfer of Concepts I: Enlightenment (18th c.)

Theory and Methodology I

13.00-14.15

Lunch

14.15

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15.15

Plenary Session II

Lucian Hölscher: Contradictory Concepts. A Contribution to the formal structure of religious concepts in European Modernity

15.15-15.45

Coffee

15.45

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17.45

Parallel Sessions II

Transnational Conceptual History in the Iberian Atlantic I: Temporal Experiences and Transfers of Concepts

Circulation, Translation and Transfer of Concepts II: Revolutions and Reforms

 

Communicative Practices and Processes

The Political Rhetoric of Isms

18.00

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19.00

Plenary Session III

Peter Simonson: The Rhetorical Invention of Mass Communication

20.00

Ravensberger Spinnerei - Hechelei

 

Reception: Conference Dinner

Friday 29th August 2014

09.30

-

10.30

Plenary Session IV

Margrit Pernau: Emotional translation. History of concepts beyond language

10.30-11.00

Coffee

11.00

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13.00

Parallel Sessions III

Communicating between History and the Present I: Conceptual history of traditional International politics in East Asia

Conceptual Struggles in 20th- and 21st-century Politics and Society

Circulation, Translation and Transfer of Concepts III: Nations, peoples and communities

 

Propaganda and Public Opinion

13.00-14.15

Lunch

14.15

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16.15

Parallel Sessions IV

Transnational Conceptual History in the Iberian Atlantic II:

Temporal Experiences and Transfers of Concepts

 

Towards Good Society: Constructing the Social through the Economic since the 1930s

Concepts in Political Theory

(17th -19th c.)

Theory and Methodology II

 

 

Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung /

Center for Interdisciplinary Research

16.30 - 17.00

Coffee

17.00

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19.00

Plenary Session V

Roundtable Discussion: Historical Semantics meets Digital Humanities

Discussants: Neil Foxlee – Sinai Rusinek – Silke Schwandt – N.N.

19.00-

20.30

Reception

20.30

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21.30

Reinhart Koselleck in Bielefeld – Images and Reminiscences

Discussants: Adriana Markantonatos – Victor Neumann – N.N. – Willibald Steinmetz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday 30th August 2014

 

09.00

-

11.00

Parallel Sessions V

 

Concepts in International Relations

 

Communicating between History and the Present II: States and Complex Transformation in East Asia

’Hellenes’ and ‘Barbarians’: Asymmetrical Concepts in European Discourse

Communicating Concepts through Mass Media

11.00-11.30

Coffee

11.30

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13.30

Parallel Sessions VI

Religion in East and West

Communicating Science Policy: Basic and Applied Research as Contested Concepts

 

Conceptual History as a Strategy of Reading Texts Politically

 

Communicating Justice, Order and Progress in Ottoman Peripheries

13.30-14.45

Lunch

14.45-15.45

History of Concepts Group Business Meeting

15.45-16.15

Coffee

16.15

-

17.15

 

Plenary Session VI:

Martin Burke (Title TBA)

 

 

 

Organizers:

Prof. Dr. Willibald Steinmetz

Dr. Benno Nietzel

Florian Schleking

 

Contact:

history_of_concepts_2014@uni-bielefeld.de

 

Venues:

 

University of Bielefeld

- Building X -

 

Universitätsstraße 25

D-33615 Bielefeld

Center for Interdisciplinary Research  (ZiF)

Methoden 1

D-33615 Bielefeld

 

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