The Conference on the History of Emotion (June 1-2, 2018, at George Mason University) may be the first-ever on this subject in North America, in contrast to the many gatherings that have occurred in Britain, Germany, Australia and elsewhere. The conference has generated considerable interest from a variety of presenters, covering various regions, time periods and topics, with ample extension into interdisciplinary conversations with literature, philosophy, architecture, international relations and beyond.
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Workshop, 10-11 July 2018
Department III, Artefacts, Action and Knowledge | Max Planck Institute for the History of Science
Boltzmannstr. 22, 14195, Berlin, Germany
Conveners: Dagmar Schäfer (MPIWG, Germany), Annapurna Mamidipudi (Maastricht University, the Netherlands and MPIWG, Germany), and BuYun Chen (Swarthmore College, USA and MPIWG, Germany)
This multidisciplinary, two-week faculty development program will offer undergraduate educators opportunities to interact with leading Korean studies experts in an intensive program of lectures, discussions, film screenings, and cultural events. The program is designed to assist institutional teams and individual faculty members develop course curricula and strategies for Asian studies program development. The first week of the program will include sessions on premodern Korean history, religion, literature and visual culture.