Sources of Early Modern Emotion in English, 1500-1700 (SEMEE) is a living, collaborative project designed to aid researchers working on emotion and affect in the English Renaissance. It contains editable bibliographies of primary sources related to the study of emotion, as well as a bibliography of secondary scholarship on early modern emotion.
SEMEE is organized around a series of fluid GoogleDoc bibliographies, linked on this page, which can be edited by anyone. For instructions on how to add content to these bibliographies, click here.
Please note that SEMEE is in its infancy, and will continue to grow. Your efforts to add content to the bibliographies will be greatly appreciated!
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Note: Because of the limitations of GoogleDocs, the site no longer separates Primary and Secondary bibliographies. Clicking on a link below will take you a page listing both Primary and Secondary sources related to the topic.
This first bibliography above contains works that generally discuss emotion, passions, affections, etc., as well as items that discuss multiple emotions. Where relevant, the entries here are repeated in the specific emotion bibliographies below.
The specific emotion bibliographies contain additional works that treat the emotion in question, as well as the broader works that they appear in.