The history of emotions was born, quite properly, as a research field, but over the past decade an interest in teaching the subject has burgeoned, in several countries. NACHE is eager to encourage teachers in the field to communicate with each other, including but not confined to exchanges of syllabi. This part of the website is available for posting such materials, including any broader comments on teaching; and we can also call attention to models and developments in our Newsletter and other communications. We will hope to renew this section every few months, but contributions are welcome at any point.
It may also be helpful to discuss the purposes in teaching the history of emotions, since it’s not exactly standard fare, and also some of the problems encountered. We will be adding some initial material on this in a few weeks.
Here’s a recent syllabus from a summer course at the University of Stockholm, taught by Josephine Selander: