Tag Archives: Emotions

Disrupting Our Sense of the Past: Medical Photographs that Push Interpreters to the Limits of Historical Analysis

Jason Bate is Lecturer in the School of Art and Design at Falmouth University. His PhD was on photography, disfiguration and reconstructive surgery in England during and after the First World War, and he has since published articles in History … Continue reading

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Blog post at QMUL– Diagnosing Deviance: aversion, obscenity and the senses in classical antiquity

Effaced team member Mark Bradley has a guest post that may interest our readers on the Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions blog this week: Diagnosing Deviance: aversion, obscenity and the senses in classical antiquity. Mark opens with … Continue reading

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