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Jan Ifversen

figures of HCG, Melvin Richter passed away just before his ninety-ninth birthday. Melvin Richter played a leading role in bringing different strands of historiography and political theory into an intellectual fusion. He chose German Begriffsgeschichte

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Blake Ewing

methods of conceptual history, or Begriffsgeschichte , continue to be especially relevant to ideology studies, a subfield of political theory finally liberated from the Marxian undertones that see ideology as a ubiquitous, and not simply ruling

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Part 2: After the Big Bang

The Fusing of New Approaches

Jan Ifversen

the follow-up conference in Saint Cloud outside Paris the year later. Annual conferences were to follow on three continents. In part 2, I will look at the fusion that took place around Begriffs-geschichte (BG) following the meeting. New researchers

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João Feres Júnior

Not long ago, conceptual history was an approach restricted to German-speaking academic circles and to very few scholars worldwide. This situation has markedly changed in the last two decades, primarily of the appearance of research projects for studying concepts in historical perspective in other European countries — such as Finland, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Italy, France, and Spain — and because of Melvin Richter’s endeavor in promoting an encounter between German Begriffsgeschichte and English speaking approaches for the historical study of political languages, discourses, and rhetoric. The History of Political and Social Concepts Group (HPSCG) is among the most significant results of these developments.

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Karin Tilmans

The article “Applying Begriffsgeschichte to Dutch History: Some Remarks on the Practice and Future of a Project” (Contributions to the History of Concepts, vol. 2, no. 1, March 2006, pp. 43-58) is based on a collective paper Wyger Velema and I wrote for the first HSPCG conference held at the Finnish Institute in London, June 1998. It contains therefore substantive parts written by him, and as this is not at all clear from the published article, I would very much herewith like to rectify this and apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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Introduction

The Social Life of Contentious Concepts

Ronald S. Stade

style and equivalent tropes in today’s right-wing rhetoric. I think it is therefore reasonable to speak of contemporary right-wing radicalism as Fascism 2.0. 2 Koselleck is associated with the school of Begriffsgeschichte; Skinner together with J

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Introduction

A Focus on the History of Concepts

Eirini Goudarouli

traditional conceptual history, Begriffsgeschichte , is grounded in the idea that changes in the political and social conceptual framework occur together with changes in perceptions of time. In addition, the other cornerstone of conceptual history is said to

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Introduction

Experiences of Time in the Ibero-American World, Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries

Javier Fernández-Sebastián and Fabio Wasserman

notions used by agents of the past). This is an even more necessary historical scrutiny given that the constitution of the very history of concepts ( Begriffsgeschichte ) as an academic discipline might be considered to be one of the outcomes of the

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Ism Concepts in Science and Politics

Jani Marjanen

enter domains in which the interplay between scholarly analytical concepts and historically used concepts is difficult to navigate. While this issue lies at the center for Begriffsgeschichte as formulated in a series of programmatic texts by Reinhart

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Boris Maslov

persistence of literary forms originally formulated by Alexander Veselovsky, and historical semantics, or Begriffsgeschichte , a method of analyzing conceptual structures developed by Reinhart Koselleck. Where Anglo-American intellectual history