Colloquium


Due to COVID-19, the upcoming colloquia will be held in a purely virtual format as WebEx Meetings usually at 5 pm (unless otherwise stated) . You can download the WebEx Meeting app in advance. (It is also possible to connect via your browser.)  Please also consult our guidelines for WebEx Meetings.

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Program Summer Semester 2021


13.04.2021     16:00
Daniel Jütte (New York University)
Were Premodern People Bored?

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Meeting number: 163 050 6486
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20.04.2021    
Paroma Ghose (The Graduate Institute, Geneva)
"Chez les mélancoliques anonymes": French Rap and Emotions, 1981-2012


27.04.2021    
Marisa Linton (Kingston University, London)
Emotions, Terror and Politics in the French Revolution


04.05.2021   
David Bell (Princeton University)
Loving Your Leader: Emotions and the Charismatic Bond in the Age of Revolution


11.05.2021    
Barabara Beyer (Hochschule für Musik, Dresden)
Hast Du's geahnt, wem sie wohl galt, des Sängers Klage?


18.05.2021   12:00 
Christian Goeschel (University of Manchester)
Emotions and the History of Fascist Diplomacy


01.06.2021  
Marie Muschalek (Universität Freiburg)
Everyday Police Violence and the Affective State in German Southwest Africa


08.06.2021 
Frank Trentmann (Birkbeck, University of London)
Writing a Moral History of "The Germans", 1942 - present: Sources, Problems and Perspectives


15.06.2021   18:00
Monique Scheer (Universität Tübingen)
Enthusiasm: Emotional Practices of Conviction in Modern Germany (OUP 2020). With Michael Amico (HoE) and Karsten Lichau (HoE) as discussants


29.06.2021
Sacha Hepburn (Birkbeck, University of London)
"You have to have someone": Mothering, Childcare and Emotions in Postcolonial Zambia


06.07.2021
Sally Holloway (Oxford Brookes University)
"Exquisitely wretched": Losing Love in Britain c. 1720-1850

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