Contributions to the History of Concepts
Aims & Scope
Editor: Sinai Rusinek, Polonsky Academy, The Van Leer Jerusalem Institute
The journal serves as a platform for theoretical and methodological articles as well as empirical studies on the history of concepts and their social, political, and cultural contexts. It aims to promote the dialogue between the history of concepts and other disciplines, such as intellectual history, history of knowledge and science, linguistics, translation studies, history of political thought and discourse analysis.
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CALL FOR PAPERS: 18th International Conference on Conceptual History
Subjects: History, Linguistics
Winter 2015, Volume 10(2)
Special Section: Medieval Concepts
Historical Semantics in Medieval Studies: New Means and Approaches
Bernhard Jussen and Gregor Rohmann
Talking About christianitas at the Time of Innocent III (1198–1216): What Does Word Use Contribute to the History of Concepts?
The Way a Language Changes: How Historical Semantics Helps Us to Understand the Emergence of the English Exchequer
Dancing on the Threshold: A Cultural Concept for Conditions of Being Far from Salvation
Virtus as a Political Concept in the Middle Ages
Combining Intellectual History and the History of the Book: A Case Study on the Concept of Folk in Popular Literature in the Nineteenth Century
Lone Kølle Martinsen
Polyphonic Concepts of Solidarity
A Review Essay on New Approaches Toward a Conceptual History of the Polish Opposition to Socialism
Birth Pangs for a Welcomed Child
A Review of Hagen Schulz-Forberg, ed., A Global Conceptual History of Asia, 1860–1940