On 13, 14 and 15 February GEMS will organize the international workshop ‘Battlefield Emotions 1550-1850’. This workshop explores changes in emotional culture related to the early modern battlefield. Battlefield Emotions are considered as the emotions of the individual in the face of violence and death as they are expressed and represented in text and image, songs and gestures, rituals and objects. There will be sessions about ‘Pre-modern passions’, ‘Civic and military emotional regimes’, ‘ Soldiers writings, long term changes’, ‘Epic war narratives’ and ‘Emotions in military psychology’. Please visit the workshop website for more information.