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CFP : Gendered Emotions in History

Appel à communications pour une journée d’études sur le genre des émotions qui se tiendra à l’Université de Sheffield le 29 juin 2018: ici. C’est l’occasion pour moi d’annoncer que le numéro 47 de la revue Clio. Femmes, ge…

Appel à candidatures : conférence sur l’Histoire des émotions à Washington

CFP: History of Emotion Conference at George Mason University Type: Call for Papers Date: June 1, 2018 to June 2, 2018 Location: Virginia, United States Subject Fields: Sociology, Teaching and Learning, Intellectual History A Conference on the History of Emotion will take place at George Mason University, in Fairfax, VA, on June 1-2 2018. The conference organizers are Susan Matt, Weber State University, and Peter Stearns, George Mason; the Conference is co-sponsored with the Society on the History of Emotion (SHE). The Conference seeks … Continuer la lecture de Appel à candidatures : conférence sur l’Histoire des émotions à Washington

Call for Papers : Emotions of Cultures / Cultures of Emotions: Comparative Perspective, 11-13 December 2017, Perth (Western Australia)

Dates: 11‒13 December 2017 Venue: The University of Western Australia, Perth Convenors: Jacqueline Van Gent Submission deadline: Monday 31 July 2017 Submissions and enquiries: societyhistoryemotions@gmail.com Download the amended Call for Papers Please note the conference dates are now 11–13 December 2017. The Society for the History of Emotions (SHE) is an international and interdisciplinary professional organisation. SHE promotes a deeper understanding of the changing meanings and consequences of emotional concepts, expressions and regulation over time and space and across cultures. The Society is committed … Continuer la lecture de Call for Papers : Emotions of Cultures / Cultures of Emotions: Comparative Perspective, 11-13 December 2017, Perth (Western Australia)

Colloque : La nostalgie dans tous ses états – Nancy, 30 novembre – 1e décembre 2017

La nostalgie dans tous ses etats : appel à communication « La nostalgie est, elle aussi [comme Ulysse], rusée et polytrope, aux milles tours. » (B. Cassin) Bien que le mot lui-même soit assez tardif (1688), il semble bien que le sentiment nostalgique ait déjà imprégné sociétés et cultures depuis l’Antiquité. Ainsi la nostalgie, « virtualité anthropologique fondamentale » (J. Starobinski), est-elle une attitude humaine abondamment exploitée par la littérature avant d’être qualifiée par un nom savant, passé ensuite dans la langue commune. La … Continuer la lecture de Colloque : La nostalgie dans tous ses états – Nancy, 30 novembre – 1e décembre 2017

Loi, science et émotions dans l’Europe moderne (appel à contributions)

Source : Historiens de la santé Evidence of Feeling: Law, Science and Emotions in Modern Europe   Call for Papers   Date:  April 10, 2017 to April 11, 2017 Location:  Germany Organizer: Daphne Rozenblatt The power to prove or disprove a feeling is nowhere more strongly exhibited than in the courts of law, where emotions can determine the motives (and therefore culpability) of a defendant accused of a crime; affirm, discredit, or cast doubt upon the validity of a witness’s testimony; or determine the … Continuer la lecture de Loi, science et émotions dans l’Europe moderne (appel à contributions)

CFP : Communities, Imaginations and Emotions in the Medieval Mediterranean

Source :  Universiteit Gent Society for the Medieval Mediterranean – Conference 2017 The fifth biennial conference of the Society for the Medieval Mediterranean will take place at Ghent University from Monday 10th July to Wednesday 12th July 2017. The theme of the conference is “Communities, Imaginations and Emotions in the Medieval Mediterranean”. We welcome papers from all disciplines that study emotions, imaginations and communities in, of and across the Medieval Mediterranean. This theme invites a variety of lines of inquiry, a number of which are suggested below. … Continuer la lecture de CFP : Communities, Imaginations and Emotions in the Medieval Mediterranean

Des émotions immorales, inconfortables et laides ?

The Danish historical journal temp is planning a special issue: Uncomfortable, immoral, and ugly feelings In recent decades the discipline of history has witnessed a tremendous increase the interest in emotions. Among other things, scholars have examined how cultures of emotions have emerged and changed. They have also looked at how historical actors have adopted and adapted the emotional repertoires that were socially acceptable in various historical contexts. In this temp issue we wish to explore a new and different strand within this field, that … Continuer la lecture de Des émotions immorales, inconfortables et laides ?

Special Issue on ‘Emotion and Change’: Emotions: History, Culture, Society

Source : ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions EHCS invites scholars exploring the question ‘What differences do emotions make in processes of change?’ to propose articles for inclusion in a special issue on ‘Emotion and Change’, to be published in the first half of 2018.  One of the key issues for scholars who study emotions is the role that they play in processes of social, cultural, historical, political, economic and other forms of change. Particularly relevant to such discussions have been … Continuer la lecture de Special Issue on ‘Emotion and Change’: Emotions: History, Culture, Society

Emotions: History, Culture, Society (EHCS) Journal

Source : ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions The Society for the History of Emotions, a project of the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, 1100-1800, is pleased to announce its new journal Emotions: History, Culture, Society (EHCS). We anticipate that the first issue of the journal will be launched in 2017. The journal, in the first instance, will be published by the Centre for the History of Emotions. EHCS is a peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal dedicated to … Continuer la lecture de Emotions: History, Culture, Society (EHCS) Journal

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