Fever Running in the Blood: Feeling and Showing Emotions in the Heart of
the Town (14th-16th Centuries)
Ghent, August 2003
"Fever running in the blood: feeling and showing emotions in the heart of the town (XIVth-XVIth centuries)" Ghent, 29-30 August 2003 From 29 to 30 August 2003 Ghent University is holding an international colloquium in the university conference center, "Het Pand", on the topic: "Fever running in the blood: feeling and showing emotions in the heart of the town (XIVth-XVIth centuries)". This colloquium is organised in the context of a vast inquiry about urban society during the late Middle Ages and the early Modern period. The organizers expect from the participants a new approach to their material with the aim of examining especially emotions, feelings, passions which appear in some contexts or follow some events. The languages used will be French and English. Anyone wishing to give a paper at this colloquium should send a title and a 500 word abstract before the 1st of August 2002. Details: http://www.flwi.rug.ac.be/nieuwegeschiedenis/ Info: Elodie Lecuppre-Desjardin (email@example.com) and Anne-Laure Van Bruaene (firstname.lastname@example.org).