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Colloquia

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: Christina Becher

Colloquium Summer Semester 2017

Colloquium Summer Semester 2017

25.4.2017
Guy Stroumsa
The Temptation of Christianity: Henri Bergson, Simone Weil, Emmanuel Levinas

9.5.2017
Jeroen Dekker
Rembrandt and Cats on the Regulation of Children's Emotions in Early Modern Europe

11.5.2017 (Thursday)
Barbara Rosenwein
Practice, Theories and Practicalities

16.5.2017
Paul White
The Emotional Specimen: Darwin, Duchenne, and the Science of Expression

23.5.2017
Keith Bresnahan
'Curious, but not angry': Emotional Responses to the Destruction of Paris after the Commune

13.6.2017
Monique Scheer
Rational Enthusiasts: Handling the Ambivalence of Fervor

20.6.2017
Gesa Stedmann
'Sending a gush to the eyes' - Tears and Tender Affection in the Victorian Discourses on Emotions

27.6.2017 (at 11:00)
Susan Matt
Homesickness and the Myth of American Individualism

27.6.2017
Andrea Bohlman
Overwriting Sound: Warsaw, Amplification, and the Sing-along

4.7.2017
Dorothea Sazer
Religion and Emotion in Jewish Children's Bibles