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Stan Rzeczy / 10

TRAVELLING CONCEPTS

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CONTENTS

/9 Kornelia Kończal, Joanna Wawrzyniak – Concepts: Travellers and Wanderers

/15 IN MEMORIAM: JERZY SZACKI

/16 Andrzej Waśkiewicz, Nina Kraśko, Karolina Wigura and Jarosław Kuisz, Paweł Kuczyński – Recollections

/21 Michał Łuczewski – Neither a Prince nor a Merchant: Szacki

/34 BIELEFELD, CAMBRIDGE, AND US

/35 Jerzy Szacki – Geschichtliche Grundbegriffe: A Historical Dictionary of Political and Social Language in Germany

/83 Kornelia Kończal – What Can We Learn from Reinhart Koselleck, or On the Need to Study Polish Historical Semantics: An Interview with Maciej Janowski

/97 Balázs Trencsényi, Maciej Janowski, Monika Baár, Maria Falina, and Michal Kopeček – Negotiating Modernity (Polish trans. Kornelia Kończal, Monika Żychlińska)

/113 Agata Łukomska, Michał Rogalski – Books Travel, not Concepts: An Interview with Dmitri Levitin (Polish trans. Agata Łukomska)

/123 Michał Rogalski – A Commentary on the Interview with Dmitri Levitin

/126 AT THE CROSSROADS

/127 Małgorzata Mazurek – “The Crossroads of Capitalism”: Eastern Europe, Ludwik Landau, and his Interwar Vision of Global Inequalities

/144 Rudolf Kučera – Meeting the Hard Line: Western Marxism, The Making of the English Working Class, and the Communist Historiographies of the GDR, Czechoslovakia, and Poland 1941–1990 (Polish trans. Monika Żychlińska)

/167 Thomas Lindenberger – Eigen-Sinn, Domination and No Resistance (Polish trans. Katarzyna Kończal, Zofia Sucharska)

/190 Tomasz Rakowski – “The Art of the Informal”: An Anthropological Travelling Concept

/220 TRAVELS AND WANDERINGS

/221 Michał Łuczewski – A Counterrevolutionary Concept: “Politics of History” in Poland

/258 Tomasz Peciakowski – Travelling Concepts or Phenomena? The Case of the “Intellectual” in the Social Sciences / 6 STANRZECZY 1(10)

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/283 Jarosław Kilias – Polish and Czech Sociologies: Mutual Relations and Contexts

/316 Mikołaj Pawlak – How Does “Vacuum” Translocate? The Travels of Stefan Nowak’s Thesis among Territories and Contexts

/336 FELLOW TRAVELLERS

/337 Marta Bucholc – The Translator as an Agent of Non-Reading

/355 Paweł Jarnicki – On the Problems of Translating Ludwik Fleck’s Bilingual Legacy: The Case of the Concept of “Legitimation”

/374 Friedrich Cain – How to Write Biographies of Concepts and Ideas: On the Techniques of Creative Work

/396 REVIEWS

/397 Roma Sendyka – The (Practical) Travel of (Theoretical) Objects: Mieke Bal, Travelling Concepts in the Humanities: A Rough Guide

/413 Aleksandra Kil – How Should the Humanities Navigate Travelling Concepts?: Birgit Neumann, Ansgar Nünning (eds.), Travelling Concepts for the Study of Culture

/426 Tomasz Hen-Konarski – Spontaneous, Broken, Regular, Fleeting: The Latest Studies on Narratives: Matti Hyvärinen, Mari Hatavara, Lars-Christer Hydén (eds.), The Travelling Concepts of Narrative

/435 Michał Młynarz – Travelling Nations: Christian Lammert, Katja Sarkowsky (eds.), Travelling Concepts: Negotiating Diversity in Canada and Europe

/441 Tomasz Stryjek – Lieux de Mémoire and Identity in East Central Europe: Notes on Polish and German Research Experiences in the European Context: Robert Traba, Hans Henning Hahn (eds.), Polsko- niemieckie miejsca pamięci, t. 1–4

/455 Piotr Kisiel – The Order of Memory: Magdalena Saryusz-Wolska, Robert Traba (eds.), Modi memorandi. Leksykon kultury pamięci

/460 Mirosława Zielińska – The Transfer of Theory: Dietlind Hüchtker, Alfrun Kliems (eds.), Überbringen – Überformen – Überblenden. Theorietransfer im 20. Jahrhundert

/473 Paweł Marczewski – The Historian of Ideas as a Translator: Martin J. Burke, Melvin Richter (eds.), Why Concepts Matter: Translating Social and Political Thought

/478 BIOGRAPHICAL NOTES

/488 HOW TO PUBLISH IN STAN RZECZY

/491 FORTHCOMING AND CALL FOR PAPERS

DataNovember 04, 2017