Angelos Chaniotis on “A World of Emotions”
The main body of the catalogue is general essays about emotions in antiquity, the middle ages and modern neuro-sciences, as well as essays dedicated to the main sections of the exhibition (The Art of Emotions, the Spaces of Emotions, Conflicting emotions, and Pathos). ... All essays have been written in a manner that makes them accessible to the general audience. The authors tried to build bridges between past and present, associating the subject of the exhibition with modern phenomena.
Read more from Angelos Chaniotis, Professor in the School of Historical Studies and co-curator of A World of Emotions: Ancient Greece, 700 BC – 200 AD, on the writing of the catalogue that accompanies the exhibition.