Contributions to the History of Concepts 16 (2021), 2

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Contributions to the History of Concepts 16 (2021), 2

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

CONTENT

Editorial

Part 2: After the Big Bang - The Fusing of New Approaches
Jan Ifversen
https://bit.ly/2Yu858q

Articles

Conceptual History of the Near East: The Sattelzeit as a Heuristic Tool for Interrogating the Formation of a Multilayered Modernity
Florian Zemmin and Henning Sievert
https://bit.ly/3D1ZMQb

Conceptualizing an Outside World: The Case of “Foreign” in Dutch Newspapers 1815–1914
Ruben Ros
https://bit.ly/3mUcgnn

Something Happened to the Future: Reconstructing Temporalities in Dutch Parliamentary Debate, 1814–2018
Joris van Eijnatten and Pim Huijnen
https://bit.ly/3bV41RL

The Making of Global Inequality: A Conceptual History, 1945–1980
Christian Olaf Christiansen
https://bit.ly/3CVIjJc

“Biggest Nationalist in the Country”: Self-Descriptive Uses of “Nationalist” in Contemporary Russia
Veera Laine
https://bit.ly/3qmmPla

Review

Conceptual Plasticity in Times of Urgency
Adrián Velázquez Ramírez
https://bit.ly/3mUd23L