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‘Emotions in the Pleadings of Inter-Marital Disputes in the Eighteenth-Century English Court of Chancery’ & ‘Rationality, Emotion and the Body’

A work-in-progress seminar by Emily Ireland and David Moon, part of the 'Law and the Emotions' seminar series.

 

Date: Friday 14 September 2018
Time: 4–5.30pm
Venue: Ligertwood 126, Law Moot Court, The University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus
Enquiries: Katie Barclay, Department of History (katie.barclay@adelaide.edu.au)

This is the second in a series of four interdisciplinary seminars on law and emotions at The University of Adelaide in second semester 2018. The aim is to provide a receptive forum for work-in-progress papers addressing aspects of law and the emotions at any time and in any place, irrespective of disciplinary or methodological alignment.

Emily Ireland, ‘Emotions in the Pleadings of Inter-Marital Disputes in the Eighteenth-Century English Court of Chancery’

and

David Moon, ‘Rationality, Emotion and the Body’

To assist discussion, our intention is that papers should normally be available at least a week in advance of each meeting. To be put on the mailing list, please email: Katie Barclay, Department of History – katie.barclay@adelaide.edu.au; Wilfrid Prest, Law School – wilfrid.prest@adelaide.edu.au

Other seminars forthcoming in this series

(from 4–5.30pm in Ligertwood 126, Law Moot Court, The University of Adelaide, North Terrace Campus):

Friday 19 October 2018
Ian Leader-Elliott, ‘Resentment and Justice in Thomas Macaulay’s “Indian Penal Code”’

Friday 16 November 2018
Alexander Reilly, ‘Affective Citizenship: The Emotional Content of Allegiance’

Presented by the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions and the Law School at The University of Adelaide.

Image: James Gillray, Evidence of Character, Being a Portrait of a Traitor (London, 1798). © National Portrait Gallery, London