Calls for submissions

Archives and Emotions: Call for Abstracts

Link: Webinar title: Archives and Emotions. Call for abstracts Date: Friday 7 October 2022Time:8:00–11:00 (New York, EST); 13:00–16:00 (London, GMT); 14:00–17:00 (Malta, CET)Venue: Online event This virtual conference aims to explore the interplay between emotions and archives—traditional, digital, official, and personal/unofficial—from an interdisciplinary point of view. This interplay includes but is not limited to: With an eye on the…

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“Options for Teaching Emotions in World Literature”

Andreea Marculescu (Oklahoma) and myself (Charles-Louis Morand-Métivier, Vermont) are preparing an MLA volume on “Options for Teaching Emotions in World Literature.” We are interested in any language, any approach. 350–400-word abstract and a short biography (100–150 words) due by 15 April 2020 to both Andreea Marculescu ( and Charles-Louis Morand-Métivier ( Please share it with your friends and colleagues! The call for…

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Call for manuscript proposals

Announcing a new series on the history of emotions, published by Bloomsbury and edited by Peter Stearns and Susan Matt. Editorial Board: Rob Boddice, Pia Campeggiani, Angelika Messner, Javier Moscoso, Charles Zika We are seeking proposals for monographs which explore emotions in history. We seek to create a truly international series, with works on feelings…

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“Histories of Emotions and the Senses”

From Jan Plamper on behalf of the International Society for Research on Emotion: I am pleased to announce the publication of the first ‘Element’ in the Cambridge UP series ‘Histories of Emotions and the Senses’: Donovan Schaefer, ‘The Evolution of Affect Theory: The Humanities, the Sciences, and the Study of Power’. It is available for free…

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Sixteenth Century Studies Conference

Training the Emotions in Early Modern Europe Organizer: Joy Wiltenburg, Rowan University For a panel or panels at the Sixteenth Century Society Conference in St. Louis, MO, 17-20 October 2019. The aim is to create dialogue on the history of emotions and on modes of creating or maintaining emotional regimes and emotional communities. Papers from…

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