The Center for the History of Emotions at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, led by Prof. Ute Frevert, cordially invites all interested to attend its public colloquia.

Tuesdays at 17:00
Location: Conference rooms of the MPIB,
on 94 Lentzeallee, 14195 Berlin.
Info: Susanne Kassung sekfrevert [at] mpib-berlin [dot] mpg [dot] de

Colloquium Summer Semester 2019

Colloquium Summer Semester 2019

Matt Lenoe (University of Rochester)
Emotional Regimes and Refuges in the Great Patriotic War: The Case of Red Army Soldiers

Prerna Singh (Brown University, Rhode Island)
The Control of Contagion: Ideas, Institutions and Disease in China and India 

Jose Brunner (Tel Aviv University)
Amoral, Immoral, Hypermoral: A History of the Emotional Economies of Posttraumatic Disorders

Ronald Radano (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Re-animating the African Sound Archive

Laurence McFalls (Université de Montréal)
Feeling through Film: The Open Memory Box and the Intimate Social History of the GDR

21.05.2019, 12 p.m.
Robert A. Schneider (Indiana University Bloomington)
The Rise and Fall of the Resentment Paradigm (ca. 1935-1975)

21.05.2019, 5 p.m.
Andreas Maercker (Universität Zürich)
On Models and Metaphors in Traumatic Stress Research

Eckart Conze (Philipps-Universität Marburg)
Dynamiken der (Un-)Sicherheit. Entwicklung und Potentiale historischer Sicherheitsforschung

Simon Koschut (Freie Universität Berlin)
Emotionale Gemeinschaften in den Internationalen Beziehungen:Die Bedeutung von Emotionsnormen im interalliierten Konfliktmanagement der NATO

Derek Penslar (Harvard University)
What’s Love Got to Do with It? The Emotional Language of Early Zionism

Jennifer Allen (Yale University)
Archives of Salvation: The Fight to Save Humanity in Cold War Germany

Stephanie Weismann (Universität Wien)
Emotionalized Odours. Polish Smellscapes under Transition

Philipp Nielsen (Sarah Lawrence College, New York)
Building Democracy: Emotions, Politics, and Architecture in Postwar Germany