The University of Adelaide CHE node

    • Katie Barclay | The University of Adelaide Node Leader

      Katie Barclay | The University of Adelaide Node Leader

      2019–current

      Katie Barclay is Deputy Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in the History of Emotions and Associate Professor in History at the University of Adelaide. After working in a number of UK institutions, she came to the CHE in 2011 as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow to work with David Lemmings and Claire Walker at The University of Adelaide on how the eighteenth-century press formed an ‘emotional public opinion’ around high-profile trials that focused on disruption in the family. Her subsequent DECRA research looked at intimate relationships amongst lower-order Scots between 1660 and 1830, exploring the ways that collective emotion shape individual emotional practices and the implications for the nature of Scottish communities. Currently she is working on an ARC Discovery Project ‘Precarious Accounts: Money, Sex and Power in the Industrial Revolution’, which explores how account books as emotional practices. More broadly, she is interested in gender, the family, and the making of the self. She is co-editor of the journal Emotions: History, Culture, Society.

    • Margaret Allen | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Steven Glenn Anderson | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Sharyn Roach Anleu | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Han Baltussen | Adelaide CHE Node Member

      Han Baltussen | Adelaide CHE Node Member

      Han Baltussen is the W.W. Hughes Professor of Classics at The University of Adelaide and Associate Investigator (2012, 2014‒2016) at the Adelaide node of the CHE, led by Associate Professor Katie Barclay. He is doing research with a particular interest in topics in intellectual history. His doctoral thesis (1993) offered an analysis of Theophrastus’ On Sense Perception, which offers crucial for our knowledge of Presocratic theories of cognition and percpetion. He co-edited with PJ Davis The Art of Veiled Speech. Self-Censorship from Aristophanes to Hobbes (2015), and is currently preparing a monograph on self-consolation and therapeutic strategies in antiquity. He has held prestigious fellowships at Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies (Washington D.C. 1996‒1997), King’s College London (NWO/British Academy 1997‒2002), the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton (2006), the Flemish Royal Academy (2010), Institute of Advanced Studies at UWA (2017).

    • Fidelma Breen | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Jill Burton | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Jacqueline Clarke | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Carolyn Collins | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Vesna Drapac | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Jane Haggis | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Carol Johnson | Adelaide CHE Node Member

      Carol Johnson | Adelaide CHE Node Member

      Prof Carol Johnson is an Adjunct researcher in the Department of Politics and International Relations at The University of Adelaide. She has published extensively on the comparative politics of emotion in journals ranging from Australian Feminist Studies, to Citizenship Studies and Theory & Society. Her chapters on the politics of emotion have also appeared in edited collections, including Emotions and Social Change (Routledge, 2014) and Abbott’s Gambit: The 2013 Australian Federal Election (ANU Press, 2015). Her most recent sole authored book, Social Democracy and the Crisis of Equality: Australian Social Democracy in Changing Times (Springer, 2019), includes a key chapter on ‘Feeling Equal’. The historical period covered in her work ranges from the nineteen forties to the current day, and focuses on changes in ‘affective citizenship’ and ‘emotional regime’, particularly in regard to gender, race and sexuality. Her research has covered countries ranging from Australia, the US and UK to Canada and Malaysia.

    • Deb King | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Nathan Manning | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Eric Parisot | Adelaide CHE Node Member

      Eric Parisot | Adelaide CHE Node Member

      Eric Parisot is an Associate Investigator (AI 2015, 2016) with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, and a Senior Lecturer in English at the College of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences, Flinders University. He is also an Honorary Senior Fellow with the School of Communication and Arts at the University of Queensland. His research focuses on the Gothic, eighteenth-century literary representations of death ‒ especially suicide ‒ and associated emotions. He is also the author of Graveyard Poetry (Ashgate, 2013).

    • Erin Sebo | Adelaide CHE Node Member

    • Stephanie Thomson | Adelaide CHE Node Member