Archive for June, 2013


Sourcing Emotions in the Medieval and Early Modern World


CHE‘s biannual conference is currently underway at UWA. Running from the 27th to the 29th of June here in Perth, the keynotes for this conference are:

James Amelang (Universidad Autónoma)

Tim Carter (University of North Carolina)

Sarah McNamer (Georgetown University)

Adrian Randolph (Dartmouth College)


Click here for a link to the conference’s program/abstract list.

Selected talks will also be livestreamed in a bid to engage a wider academic and public audience. Check out the livestream website for streaming details and more information.

The usual suspects apply – the conference can be followed on Facebook and Twitter.




It’s been too long

I’ve had to deal with the repercussions of a change in supervisory arrangements. While for the better, it has necessitated a focus on thesis work. 

Thankfully, I’ve picked things up and hopefully things will pan out as they should from this point onwards. 

I’ll be undertaking a much-anticipated research trip to the UK in the next couple of months. As a quasi-academic trip, this blog will naturally be updated more frequently. 

'horror': Middle English: via Old French from Latin horror, from horrere ‘tremble, shudder’.

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