Beyond Borders: The 22nd International Conference on Conceptual History
The members of subproject C03 "Terms denoting comparison: The semantics of comparing from the sixteenth to the twentieth century" were represented at the 22nd International Conference on Conceptual History "Beyond Borders: Conceptualizing Boundaries, Crossings, and Disruptions" in Mexico City at the end of July with four lectures.
The topics were:
- Michael Götzelmann: "Break on Through (to the Other Side): Crossing Borders in Utopias and Dystopias by Means of Temporal Comparisons"
- Kirill Postoutenko: "Vrowe minne, the Love of God, and Shoah: Towards a Conceptual History of Incomparability"
- Olga Sabelfeld: "Compete? Emulate? Or just observe the others? Cross-border comparisons in British Parliament"
- Willibald Steinmetz: "Outrageous Comparisons: Semantic and Argumentative Patterns"