Current projects of the Centre

Collaboration on the COST action: 'People in Motion: Entangled Histories of Displacement across the Mediterranean (1492-1923)' (2018-2022)

PIMo is a four-year global research project undertaken by scholars from the humanities and social sciences, including historians, scholars of literary, visual, and material culture, philosophers, mathematicians, and maritime, biological, and bio-behavioral sciences.

Project funded by

European Cooperation in Science and Technology

Management Committee Chair


Members of the Management Committee

Irena Radić Rossi, Mirko Sardelić, Daniel Barbu, Daniela Hacke, Jean Paul Baldacchino, William Zammit, Vladimir Simić, Katrina O'Loughlin, Luca Mola

Collaboration on the Seminar Series: 'Entangled Histories of Emotions in the Mediterranean World' (2017-2019)

Seminars at Naples (June 2017), Split (September 2017), Perth (December 2017), Firenze (February 2018), Brisbane (May 2018), Budapest (June 2018), and Msida (February 2019)

Project funded by

Collaborating institutions

Project leader

Giovanni Tarantino (ARC Centre for the History of Emotions: Europe 1100-1800)

Co-conveners of seminars:

Nadia Al-Bagdadi (IAS CEU), Katrina O'Loughlin (CHE, UWA, ECCE), Mirko Sardelić (HAZU, UWA, ECCE), Luisa Simonutti (CNR ISPF), Giovanni Tarantino (ARC CHE), Ann Thomson (EUI), Jean-Paul Baldacchino (MI)

Individual projects of the Members

'The Role of Emotions in Contacts between Eurasian Cultures – Representation of the Oriental Other in Medieval and Early Modern Southeast Europe (1200-1600)'

Project funded by

NEWFELPRO-Marie Curie Grant; 2015-2016

Project leader

Mirko Sardelić

'Dalmatia – a destination of the European Grand Tour in the 18th and the 19th century'

Project funded by

Croatian Science Foundation; 2014-2017

Project leader

Ana Šverko

'The Republic of Feeling: Literary Friendship Between Women, 1750-1830'

Project funded by

ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards, 2015-2018

Project leader

Katrina O'Loughlin