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XIII Jornadas Nacionales de Historia de las Mujeres y VIII Congreso Iberoamericano de Estudios de Género. Horizontes revolucionarios. Voces y cuerpos en conflicto. 

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Entre el 24 y el 27 de julio de 2017 se realizarán en la ciudad de Buenos Aires las XIII Jornadas Nacionales de Historia de las Mujeres y el VIII Congreso Iberoamericano de Estudios de Género. Horizontes revolucionarios. Voces y cuerpos en conflicto.

Las investigadoras Mirta Zaida Lobato (Universidad de Buenos Aires) y Florencia Gutiérrez (Universidad Nacional de Tucumán), invitan a participar en la mesa que coordinan: Una palabra tuya… Emociones y sentimientos en la primera mitad del siglo XX: variaciones latinoamericanas.

Objetivo:

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Research Fellow – EMoTICON

Vacancy Ref: : 031685
Closing Date : 18-Nov-2014
Contact Person : Dr Julie Brownlie
Contact Number : 0131 651 3917
Contact Email : Julie.Brownlie@ed.ac.uk

Research Fellow: Online sharing in the face of emotional distress: suicide talk and social media, part of the ESRC Shared Spaces Project ( EMoTICON Programme)

The context:

The University of Edinburgh is seeking to appoint a Research Fellow with an interest and experience in the sociology of the Internet, social media, emotions and personal relationships to be based in the Sociology Subject Area of the School of Social and Political Science.

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The Carnival of Lost emotions

 The Centre for the History of the Emotions, supported by the Wellcome Trust, staged the first ever Carnival of Lost Emotions in Brain Awareness Week 2013. This was the result!

This project was supported by a Wellcome Trust Public Engagement with Neuroscience grant. Collaboration with the DANA Foundation (Brain Awareness Week), the National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement and Bart’s Pathology Museum helped make the event what it was.

Writers and Cast: Sarah Chaney, Åsa Jansson, Chris Millard, Rebecca O’Neal, Tom Quick, Claire Trenery, Jennifer Wallis.
Show devised by Chris Millard & Rebecca O’Neal.
Filming and video editing by David Anderson.