Emotions and Clinical Communication in Antiquity



28 October 2020

End Date

30 October 2020

Whether healers were seeking to establish authority, find a shared language for communicating sufferings, or even pathologizing certain states, emotions played a crucial role in the give-and-take of ancient clinical communication.

Hosted by ACU's Node of the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, this seminar aims to explore the role of emotions in shaping clinical experience and practice, and the work that clinical language did in shaping normative emotional regimes and communities.

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If you are interested in joining, please email Jonathan Zecher at jonathan.zecher@acu.edu.au.

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