Resources

    • Resources for Educators

      Resources for Educators

      Explore a wide variety of resources for K-12 educators developed by our education and outreach team and academic researchers.

    • History of Emotions on Vimeo

      History of Emotions on Vimeo

      Watch interviews with Australian and international scholars discussing how their research shapes our understanding of the world today.

    • Centre for the History of Emotions Blog

      Centre for the History of Emotions Blog

      Our blog documents the process of researching emotions from the perspective of the Australian humanities. It tells the unfolding story of our research into the ‘histories of emotion’ across time and place, and archives some of our own emotional lives as early-career researchers in that process.

    • The History of Emotions Blog from The Queen Mary University of London

      The History of Emotions Blog from The Queen Mary University of London

      This blog is the work of the Centre for the History of Emotion at The Queen Mary University of London. It is currently edited by Thomas Dixon and Jules Evans, with contributions by scholars, writers, and artists from around the world on all aspects of the historical and contemporary significance of feeling, passion, sentiment, and emotion.