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Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Historiography 2015

Humanitas Visiting Professorship in Historiography 2015

Prof. Barbara Rosenwein, The History of Emotions

GRADUATE ‘MASTERCLASS’ and WORKSHOP: CALL FOR PAPERS   

Barbara Rosenwein (Professor of history emerita, Loyola U, Chicago) will be in residence in Oxford in 2nd and 3rd weeks of Trinity Term as this year’s Humanitas Visiting Professor in historiography. Applications are invited from current University of Oxford graduate students and early career researchers interested in taking part in either of the following events:

GRADUATE ‘MASTERCLASS’ with Barbara Rosenwein, FRIDAY 8 MAY 2015 in Trinity College.

Graduate students or early career researchers are invited to join Prof. Rosenwein to discuss their work in a small seminar, followed by individual tutorial-style meetings. Discussion will focus on aspects of research design, sources, and writing in any aspect of the history of emotions. Graduate students at early stages of their research, or ECRs planning new projects in the field, are especially encouraged to apply. Participants will be asked to provide a short outline of their project in advance. Places for this event are very limited.   

WORKSHOP IN THE HISTORY OF EMOTIONS with Barbara Rosenwein and Ute Frevert, TUESDAY 12 MAY at TORCH, Radcliffe Humanities.

Graduate students and early career researchers are invited to submit proposals for short papers to be presented at a half-day workshop on the History of Emotions, with Barbara Rosenwein and Ute Frevert (Director of the Centre for the History of Emotions, Max-Planck Institute, Berlin). Graduate students or ECRs currently writing up original research projects, or considering theoretical or methodological questions in the field, are especially encouraged to apply.

To register interest, please email Naomi Pullin naomi.pullin@history.ox.ac.uk, Centre for Gender, Identity and Subjectivity, History Faculty, stating your affiliation (college or department), current research topic, and, for the workshop, an abstract (max. 200 words) of your proposed paper. Members of any department or faculty are welcome to apply.  Deadline for applications: 5pm Monday 6 April.