In this introductory article, the authors argue that major changes in the way
we conceive of time and temporality that are taking place today justify the
increase of studies, both theoretical and empirical, on shifts in cultural constructions
of time. In this context, the authors present four articles written by
members of the network Iberconceptos, where a number of time experiences
in the Ibero-American world (Latin America, Spain, and Portugal) during
the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries are discussed from a conceptual
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