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International Research School in Conceptual History and Political Thought

INTRODUCTION TO CONCEPTUAL HISTORY COURSE 2011

Universtiy Mainbuilding room 16 (fourth floor), enter from Fabianinkatu 33.

Programme

WEEK 33

Tue 9 August
Registration
Rector’s Reception

Wed 10 August
9 – 10  Introduction  Sami Syrjämäki
10 – 12 The History of Concepts  and Intellectual History Martin J. Burke
13 – 15 Introduction to Conceptual History I. Jan Ifversen
15.30 – 17 Introduction to Conceptual History II. Jan Ifversen

Thu 11 August
10 – 12 The History of Concepts and the Cambridge School Martin J. Burke
13 – 15 Conceptual History and Political Theory João Feres Júnior
15.30 – 17 Contemporary Trends in Conceptual History Seminar lecture: “Is there Conceptual history outside the European paradigm?João Feres Júnior

Fri 12 August
10 – 12 Good Neighbours: Historical Semantics and Discourse Analysis Jan Ifversen
13 – 15 The Sources for Conceptual History Martin J. Burke and Jan Ifversen
15.30 – 17 Workshop (based on required readings) João Feres Júnior

WEEK 34

Mon 15 August
10 – 12 Bielefeld or Cambridge? Jyväskylä and New York Martin J. Burke
13 – 15 Alumni lecture: How to Do Things with Quentin Skinner Sami Syrjämäki
15.30 – 17 Visiting lecture: Reconstructions of the Concept of Liberalism in Postwar Europe Niklas Olsen

Tue 16 August
10 – 12 Work–in–Progress Session  Chair: Niklas Olsen

Peter Tietze
Marie Christine Boilard

13 – 14:30 Alumni Lecture: Conceptual History and the Study of Metaphors Rieke Schäfer
14:30-16 Visiting Lecture: Conflict as method and metaphor: Schmitt, Koselleck and political theory Timo Pankakoski

Wed 17 August
10 – 12 The Finnish Project – a Contribution to Conceptual History Jani Marjanen
13 – 14:30
Visiting Lecture: Concept Debates and Debate Concepts Kari Palonen
14:30 – 16 Alumni Lecture: The Concept of Democracy in 20th Century Sweden Anna Friberg

Thu 18 August
10 – 12 The History of Concepts and History of Philosophy Martin J. Burke and Sami Syrjämäki
13 – 14:30 Visiting Lecture: The Concept of Sympathy in the Renaissance Ann E. Moyer
14:45 – 16 Using Digital Sources for Renaissance and Early Modern Histories of Concepts Ann E. Moyer

18:00 - The Course Reception

Fri 19 August
10 – 12 Work–in–Progress Session Chair: Martin J. Burke

Anne Botslagen
Victor Cazares Lira
Timo Harakka

13 – 16 Work–in–Progress Session Chair: Martin J. Burke

Natalia Nikiforova
Antoine Odier
Ilona Tikka

WEEK 35

Mon 22 August
10 – 12 Conceptual History in a Global Frame: Entanglements and Translations Margrit Pernau
13 – 16 Civility and Civilisation Margrit Pernau

Tue 23 August
10 – 12 Work–in–Progress Session Chair: Margrit Pernau

Joel Niemi
Jarkko Haapanen
Irene Goudarouli
Miina Virmasalo

13 – 16 Visiting lecture: Koselleck and Historical Times Helge Jordheim

Wed 24 August
13 – 15 Conclusion and Conspectus: Beyond Histories of Concepts? Margrit Pernau and Martin J. Burke

Thu 25 August

Contemporary Trends in Conceptual History Seminar
Porthania room 673, Yliopistonkatu 3

10:00 – 11:45

Michael Freeden: Study of Ideologies and Conceptual History
Nikolay Koposov: History of Concepts and Cognitive Science

11:45-12:15
Break

12:15-13:45
Henrik Stenius (Helsinki): European Conceptual Histories -project

Close of the Seminar