Exciting news from the Centre for the History of Emotions! The Sourcing Emotions Conference which will be held at UWA over the next few days will be streaming plenary sessions live online.
From the CHE website:
“To extend the reach of Sourcing Emotions from the group gathered in Perth, we invite all interested historians, thinkers and academics to join CHE online for a live-stream broadcast of the four plenary talks of this conference.
We’ll be broadcasting the plenary talks listed below. If you have questions for the speakers, we’ll have someone present to read out any questions submitted on twitter. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter to get updates or participate remotely in these, and future talks.
The talks will be viewable on “Emotions Make History, ” our U-stream channel, then embedded on this page for 48 hours after the talk is given, allowing colleagues around the world to engage with the papers. All copyright is retained by the speakers.
For mobile device users: to view the talks on “Emotions Make History, ” you may need to download a plugin, so we recommend getting online early should you wish to participate live.”
(All times are Australian Western Standard Time.)
Thursday 27 June: 2-3pm: Sarah McNamer
“Literature as Source for the History of Emotion”
Friday 28 June 9-10 am: Tim Carter
“From Conception to Delivery: Sourcing (Musical) Emotions in Early Baroque Italy”
Friday 28 June 1-2pm: Adrian Randolph
“Art and Askesis: Donatello’s Magdalen as an Emotional Source”
Saturday 29 June 10:30-11:30: James Amelang
“The Sources of Mourning: Autobiography, Ritual, Sincerity”
Visit the Centre for the History of Emotions website to find out more information: