History events at the IHR

Beyond Sensibility: New Approaches to Emotion in the Long Eighteenth Century

26 June 2013, 17:15 - 19:15

Event Type: Seminar

Speakers:

History of Emotions Panel: Beyond Sensibility: New Approaches to Emotion in the Long Eighteenth Century


Thomas Dixon (QMUL)

Enthusiasm delineated: Varieties of weeping in Eighteenth-century Britain


Hannah Newton (Cambridge)

'A Double Delight': Recovery from illness in early modern England


Barbara Taylor (QMUL):  Critical commentary


Please note:  this session takes place in the Old Operating Theatre, in Southwark, at 9a St Thomas St, London SE1 9RY.  Web-site: http://www.thegarret.org.uk/index.htm

The seminar will start as usual at 5.15, with a glass of wine in the garret followed by a brief introduction to the museum and time to look around. The panel session will begin at 6pm and finish at 7.45. 

Description:

Those interested in attending are asked to email the seminar administrator Gillian Williamson gswilliamson@virginmedia.com as space is limited.

Venue: Other

Event held elsewhere

Related Events: British History in the Long 18th Century History