Researchers at the Centre for the History of Emotions explore the relationship between emotion, ritual and power at a collaboratory at the University of Adelaide from 10-12 February 2014.
H-Emotions will provide a discussion forum for scholars of emotion, affect, and sentiment across time and space. We welcome subscribers from all fields of study throughout the world!
The Centre for the History of the Emotions at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) is pleased to announce the first in a series of film screenings exploring the representation of emotions on screen. On 20th February, we will be showing Steve McQueen’s Shame (2011), introduced by Dr Katherine Angel. Full details can be found below.
Shame (Steve McQueen, 2011)
Introduced by Dr Katherine Angel
Emotions and the Cultural History of the World Wars
24–25 September 2014
University of Helsinki
CFP: ART THAT MAKES US ANGRY
KAPSULA Magazine is a listserv dedicated to experimental and evaluative art criticism. Entirely digital, the publication focuses on forms appropriate for web documents and aims to advance online art publishing. We are now welcoming submissions for our fourth theme—ART THAT MAKES US ANGRY.
The Journal of the Short Story in English announces a call for articles for an upcoming special section—“Affect and the Short Story (Cycle)”. The guest editors are interested in articles addressing how the field of Affect Studies can help inform the ways we read short stories and the ways we theorize about formal and generic labels like the Short Story and, especially, the Short Story Cycle. We are also interested in articles that make use of short story or short story theory in ways that might inform our understanding of the transmission and operation of affect and emotion.