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Ulinka Rublack. Born in Tübingen, Germany, in 1967. Ph.D. from Cambridge University. Professor of Early Modern History at Cambridge University.
Descartes Theme Group Fellow (Jan, Feb, March 2017)
My work will focus on different types of matter in early modern Europe and asks how they evoked or expressed affect.
Early modern cultures of ingenuity expressed themselves in relation to material knowledge. My projects tries to chart this knowledge and how it was made and communicated in relation to a range of materials - such as colour or feathers - and in connection with dress. I understand dress as complex, sculptural artefact in this period, and a key tool of symbolic communication. How was it loaded with affective meaning and what meanings did materiality itself afford? My project tries to create a dialogue between material culture and the history of emotions, especially in relation to Protestant milieus.
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