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International Research School in Conceptual History and Political Thought

A new publication in conceptual history: The United Nations and Peace. The Evolution of an Organizational Concept.

A new publication in conceptual history: The United Nations and Peace: The Evolution of an Organizational Concept.

New book

New book on the concept of democracy

Jeppe Nevers’ doctoral dissertation on Danish conceptions of democracy will be published by the University Press of Southern Denmark on the 4th of February 2011. The book focuses on Danish examples but also charts general patterns in the European history of the concept.

Redescriptions volume 12 published

Redescriptions vol. 12, Yearbook of Political Thought, Conceptual History and Feminist Theory has recently come out. New volume includes articles by Quentin Skinner, Kari Saastamoinen, Burkhard Conrad, Raymond Geuss, Kari Palonen and Jan Ifversen etc. Table of contents can be found here.

Three new studies in conceptual history

Three new studies in conceptual history:

Jörn Leonhard: Bellizismus und Nation. Kriegsdeutung und Nationsbestimmung in Europa und den Vereinigten Staaten 1750-1914

A forthcoming publication

A forthcoming  publication:
TEORÍAS Y PRÁCTICAS DE LA HISTORIA CONCEPTUAL
Faustino  Oncina Coves  (ed.)
Theoria cum Praxi, Impronta 4, Plaza y Valdés PyV Editores, CSIC, Madrid-México, 2008.

For more details please visit the website at:
http://www.plazayvaldes.es/index.php?s=libro&id=1274

Finnish Yearbook of Political Thought and first Redescriptions available on-line

Finnish Yearbook of Political Thought (Volumes 1-7, 1997 - 2003), more recently known as Redescriptions and  Yearbook of Political Thought and Conceptual History (Volume 8, 2004) are  now available online on website at http://www.jyu.fi/yhtfil/redescriptions/articles.htm
 

Quentin Skinner's new book out in march 2008

According to Cambridge University Press Quentin Skinner's new book will be published in march 2008. The book's title is Hobbes and Republican Liberty. In the book Skinner developes his earlier ideas about the nature of liberty and the two rival theories of liberty during Hobbes' era. See further details in Cambridge University Press-site.