Colloquium


Due to COVID-19, the upcoming colloquia will be held in a purely virtual format as WebEx Meetings. 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 Winter Semester 2020/21

17.11.2020    
Thomas Dixon (Queen Mary, University of London)
What is the History of Anger a History of?

24.11.2020   18:00 
Mark Seymour (University of Otago, New Zealand)
Emotional Arenas: Life, Love, and Death in 1870s Italy (OUP 2020):
A conversation between the author, Francesco Buscemi, HoE, Benno Gammerl, Goldsmiths, University of London, and Hannah Malone, HoE 

01.12.2020    
Yusuf Serunkuma (Makerere University, Uganda)
Decolonization as Tragic Drama: Traces of Guilt, Excitement and the Dilemmas of Contemporary Anti-colonialist Activism.


15.12.2020    
Staffan Bergwik (Stockholm University)
An Emotional Economy of the World from Above: Geographical Knowledge and Visions of the Global in the Early 20th Century


12.01.2021    
Quentin Deluermoz (Université Paris) and Thomas Dodman (Columbia University)
From ‘L'histoire des sensibilités’ to ‘Sensibilités. Histoire, critique & sciences sociales’


19.01.2021    
Fabian Bernhardt (Freie Universität Berlin)
Affektive Stasis

Please note: This colloquium takes place in German. Please join HERE the WebEx Meeting.
Meeting number (access code): 175 768 8142
Meeting password: 97PrX2M4t5F


02.02.2021   
Sabine Hake (University of Texas at Austin)
On ‘Arbeitsfreude’: The German Worker in Nazi Industrial Photography and Film

16.02.2021   10:00  
Ben Gook (University of Melbourne)
Feeling Alienated: Prospects for Thinking Alienation as an Emotion

23.02.2021    
Anita von Poser (Freie Universität Berlin)
Affective Lives – A Psychological Anthropological Lens on Emotions, Age(ing) and Migration

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