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Do Emotions Have a History? – Guptill Lecture with Dr. Keith Grant
February 23 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm AST
All are invited to Crandall University’s upcoming Guptill Lecture, which features Dr. Keith Grant and his new book, Enthusiasms and Loyalties: The Public History of Private Feelings. Dr. Grant will explore the idea that maybe feelings aren’t just private after all. The archives can tell us about the swirl of emotions in the Maritimes during the Age of Revolutions. Emotions were central to the era’s most important public events, and debates about passions could define or divide communities. Even emotions have a history – and their meaning in our public life changes over time.
The Lecture is open to the public and will be held in in Crandall University’s Stultz Hall (Room 177) on Thursday, February 23 at 7:00pm.
Following the lecture, light refreshments will be served, and there will be opportunity to purchase signed copies of Dr. Grant’s new book.
Established in honour of Ralph W.B. Guptill, Crandall University’s Guptill Lecture highlights research and publications by Crandall faculty members.