Centre for the History of the Emotions at the Wellcome Collection
Wednesday February 3rd
Four members of the Centre for the History of the Emotions will be taking part in this Friday's Late Spectacular: 'Feeling Emotional' at the Wellcome Collection, co-curated by Dr Elsa Richardson. Visitors can explore the art and science of human emotions: the technologies we develop, the behaviours we adopt, the languages we create to make sense of ourselves and others. Dr Richardson, Dr Thomas Dixon, Dr Tiffany Watt Smith and Dr Chris Millard will all be presenting.
Dr Tom Asbridge presents on BBC4
Tuesday February 2nd
Dr Tom Asbridge presents The Crusades: A Timewatch Guide on BBC 4, on Wednesday 3rd February. Dr Asbridge explores how the story of the Crusades has changed over the last 60 years. He explores the BBC’s archive to reveal how television has shaped and moulded our understanding of the Crusades. The documentary uses footage from Crusade documentaries shot during the Vietnam era, the Palestinian Crisis, the First Gulf War and the more recent War on Terror.
Professor Amanda Vickery presents at the German Historical Institute
Tuesday January 26th
Professor Amanda Vickery presents at the German Historical Institute, London. Prof Vickery presents on "Reputation Management in Late Eighteenth-Century Europe: Angelica Kauffman, the Women and the Men". The lecture discusses the economic success and reputation management of the Swiss–Austrian artist Angelica Kauffman (1741–1807), focusing on her London career from 1766 to 1781.