Implementation examples from doctoral programmes
- Working with "travelling concepts" formed the basis of doing cultural analysis at the Amsterdam School of Cultural Analysis ASCA (co-founded by Mieke Bal). Prior to Mieke Bal’s highly influential book, ASCA published three volumes on travelling concepts that were central in the seminars for PhD students directed by Bal: Travelling Concepts I (2001) on "text", "subjectivity" and Travelling Concepts II (2002) on "meaning", "frame", "metaphor"; Travelling Concepts III (2003) focussed on "memory", "image", "narrativity".
- Graduate School of the Arts and Humanities (GSAH); see also the description of its Winter School by Manuela Rossini; video on the method (in German)
- Manuela Rossini and Michael Toggweiler 2014. Cultural Transfer: An Introduction. Word and Text, Vol. IV, Issue 2, pp 5-9.
- International Graduate Centre for the Study of Culture; see also the book series Concepts for the Study of Culture, co-edited by the director and affiliated members of the Graduate Centre
- Heidelberg Graduate School for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Implementation examples from conferences
Using the tool as organising principle for conferences, essay collections and websites, e.g.:
- Hemmings, C (ed) 2006. Travelling concepts in feminist pedagogy: European perspectives. York: Raw Nerve Press.
- Zemmin F, Jager C, Vanheeswijck G (eds) 2016. Working with A Secular Age. Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Charles Taylor's Master Narrative. Berlin: De Gruyter.
- Nomadic concept as a focus of a conference: The Diversity of Empathy – SLSAeu Conference 2017, University of Basel. See the full Documentation or the Trailer of the Documentation