Emotions and Papyri
Chrysi Kotsifou, Research Associate for Papyrology, is organising the panel ‘Emotions and Papyri’ in the 26th International Congress of Papyrology, 16-21 August 2010. Seven scholars will discuss various expressions of emotions in private letters and petitions:
Dionysia’s complaint: finding emotions in the papyri.
Emotions in Coptic letters of daily life.
From anger to agony: emotions in private letters on papyrus.
Emotionen in ptolemäischen Petitionen und verwandten Texten.
Womanly weakness and manly moderation: the use and abuse of pity in fourth century petitions.
Emotion und Strategie bei Dioskoros von Aphrodite.
Tonio Sebastian Richter
„... jealously we looked at all the sound children who are their parents’ comfort...“ Pleasant and unpleasant emotions in Coptic legal documents.