Thank you so much for the very warm response to my message last week
about Sources of Early Modern Emotion in English, 1500-1700. I’m
writing today to let you know that the project is now hosted on a new
website that just launched, earlymodernemotion.net.
You’ll see a couple of major changes from the document I circulated
last week. First, primary source material has been separated into
different bibliographies covering specific emotion clusters, to help
people more easily find what they’re looking for.
More importantly, SEMEE now contains a large bibliography of secondary
sources on early modern emotion. I’ve started to populate the
categories, but it would be fantastic if you added your own
scholarship! Editing the GoogleDoc should be pretty easy, but there
are links to an instruction page if you’re having trouble.
I’d be very grateful if you checked out the site and let me know what
you think! (The bibliographies are best viewed on a desktop/laptop,
but the general site works on mobile devices.) Any questions,
comments, suggestions are much appreciated. And please do, when you
get a chance, think about expanding the bibliographies with your own
knowledge and expertise; the more people that contribute, the more
helpful we can make the resource!