Episcopal emotions: Weeping in the life of the medieval bishop

Dr Katherine Harvey is as Associate Lecturer at Birkbeck, University of London. Here, in a blog post adapted from her paper at the recent SSHM 2012 Conference hosted at the Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions, she … Continue reading

Wittgenstein, Jealousy and the Man in a Bowler Hat: SSHM 2012

Jane Mackelworth is a PhD student at the Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions. Her research examines the meaning of home, family, love and belonging for women living in romantic relationships together in the first half of the … Continue reading

Sensibilité and information processing: Historical approaches to “Striving to Feel”

Professor William M. Reddy was one of the keynote speakers at the recent SSHM conference on “Emotions, Health and Wellbeing” at Queen Mary. He has very kindly agreed to post on the History of Emotions blog the following paragraphs, which … Continue reading