Calls for submissions

Call for Papers: 2024 NACHE Conference

The North American Chapter on the History of Emotion (NACHE) will be holding its next conference June 7-8, 2024, on the campus of the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, CA. Interested scholars are invited to submit proposals, for single presentations or for panels. The conference is open to proposals dealing with any region or…

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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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