Session Title

Affect and Emotion in Medieval Iberia I

Sponsoring Organization(s)

American Academy of Research Historians of Medieval Spain (AARHMS)

Organizer Name

Elena Woodacre

Organizer Affiliation

Univ. of Winchester

Presider Name

Simon R. Doubleday

Presider Affiliation

Hofstra Univ.

Paper Title 1

Tears and Fears in Beatus Manuscripts

Presenter 1 Name

Alicia Miguélez Cavero

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Univ. de Lisboa

Paper Title 2

Compassion in the Cancioneros

Presenter 2 Name

Henry Berlin

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Univ. at Buffalo

Paper Title 3

"Hobe por vos tristicia, agora he placer": Emotion in the Libro de Apolonio

Presenter 3 Name

Emily C. Francomano

Presenter 3 Affiliation

Georgetown Univ.

Start Date

12-5-2016 10:00 AM

Session Location

Fetzer 2020

Description

The 'emotional turn' is one of the most significant developments in academic study in recent years and has had a considerable impact on scholarship across the humanities based disciplines, particularly in literature and history. The intent of these three linked sessions is to apply the 'emotional turn' to studies of Medieval Iberia, drawing together scholarship from Hispanists which focuses on the depiction of emotion across a wide range of source material from the period, offering a rich, interdisciplinary approach to the subject in a distinctly Iberian context.

Elena (Ellie) C. Woodacre

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Affect and Emotion in Medieval Iberia I

Fetzer 2020

The 'emotional turn' is one of the most significant developments in academic study in recent years and has had a considerable impact on scholarship across the humanities based disciplines, particularly in literature and history. The intent of these three linked sessions is to apply the 'emotional turn' to studies of Medieval Iberia, drawing together scholarship from Hispanists which focuses on the depiction of emotion across a wide range of source material from the period, offering a rich, interdisciplinary approach to the subject in a distinctly Iberian context.

Elena (Ellie) C. Woodacre