26
Oct
12

CHE Research Weekend

I’m heading to Adelaide for the better part of next week to participate in a research panel / collaboratory organised by the  Centre For the History of Emotions.

It will be a great opportunity to workshop some ideas and to acquire some feedback from a group of seasoned academics. Hopefully this will shed more light onto possible methodologies, sources and approaches in examining the representation of emotions in early modern verse.

The personal challenge for me is to accomplish the following within 5 minutes:

– Explaining my thesis topic

– Identifying and elucidating the relevance of my topic to the study of emotions

– Breaking the monotony

This last point, to me, is one of the most important. Because each researcher is only given 5 minutes to talk about their interests, my presentation will basically be structured as a “Three Minute Thesis Challenge“.

Challenge Accepted!

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