SESSION XV, 29th September: History of Emotions

Person in charge: Darina Martykánová (UAM)

Language: Spanish

Texts:
-Catherine Lane West-Newman: “Feeling for Justice? Rights, Laws, and Cultural Contexts”, Law and Social Inquiry, 30 (2005), pp. 305–335.
-Barbara H. Rosenwein: “Problems and Methods in the History of Emotions”, Journal of the History and Philosophy of the Emotions 1 (2010).

Venue: Centro Cultural La Corrala. Calle de Carlos Arniches, 3, 28005 Madrid. AULA NEGRA. 17:00.

 Participants: Álvaro Sánchez, Mónica García, Alejandro Camino, Marie Walin, Joseph Roussies, Aymara Cardeña, Paula M. López, Elia Blanco Rodríguez, Javier Martínez, Frédéric Spillemaeker, Jesús de Felipe.

Darina Martykánová

Darina Martykánová is historian, dealing mainly with Spain and the Ottoman Empire. She works at the Departament of Modern History of the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Her research focuses on the history of professions and on transnational circulation of knowledge. Her second line of research concerns the redefinition of masculinites in interaction with the discourse of "progress of civilisation".

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