Prof Susan Broomhall, a network member, brought out a new book the 9th of March, 2015. It is on spaces for feeling: emotions and Sociabilities in Britain, 1650-1850 with the first chapter on narrative of Infanticide: ‘At my mother’s house’: Community and Household Spaces in Early Eighteenth-Century Scottish Infanticide Narratives
“This is an exciting collection that explores the intersections between spaces, both physical and imagined, and emotions in forging identities at personal, familial and community level in England and Scotland; pushing the history of emotions in new directions.”
Joanne Bailey, Oxford Brookes University, UK
Details on it can be found here.