Conferences and Symposiums

Subjectivity, Self-Narratives and the History of Emotions Masterclass (Call for ECR Participants, University of Sussex, 16-18 January 2019)

  Where many History of Emotions studies have focused on norms and discourses, this event asks how we can explore how thoughts and feelings could be articulated, expressed and repressed through what is understood as individual subjectivities. This approach is crucial if we are to understand why people act in Read more…

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British Academy Well-being Events

The events below take place both at the British Academy 10-11 Carlton House Terrace and at partner venues around the UK. Many are free to attend. What is Well-being? Wednesday 14 January, 6-7.30pm  Venue: The Lowry, Salford What should the term ‘well-being’ encompass, what contributes to it, and why is Read more…

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Fiction as Therapy: Towards a Neo-Phenomenological Theory of the Novel

Re-blogged from Research English at Durham:In the first lecture of a new British Academy series on The Novel in English, Professor Patricia Waugh reflects upon the recent rise of institutions such as the Reader Organisation, which encourages shared reading in therapeutic contexts such as hospitals and prisons. Taking this observation as a starting point, Waugh Read more…

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