Dr Katie Barclay

Katie Barclay is Deputy Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in the History of Emotion, and Head of History, University of Adelaide. She is the author of Love, Intimacy and Power: Marriage and Patriarchy in Scotland, 1650-1850 (2011); Men on Trial: Performing Emotion, Embodiment and Identity in Ireland, 1800-1845 (2019); The History of Emotions: A Student Guide to Methods and Sources (2020); Caritas: Neighbourly Love and the Early Modern Self (2021); and Academic Emotions: Feeling the Institution (2021). With Giovanni Tarantino, she edits Emotions: History, Culture, Society.  She writes widely on family life, gender and the history of emotions. Her current projects include a biography of Gilbert Innes of Stowe (1751-1832) and his thirty illegitimate children, and with Sharon Crozier-De Rosa a monograph on family histories and intergenerational emotions. With Joanne Begiato, she leads the AHRC-funded network, Inheriting the Family.



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