“Emotions in History: Boundary-Crossing Adventures” is a truly interdisciplinary collaboration between History and Psychology. The symposium features two keynote speakers, Professor Leda Cosmides (UCSB) representing Psychology, and Professor Anna Shields (Princeton) representing the Humanities. The roundtable discussion will occur between three members of Team Psychology and three members of Team Humanities. Each speaker will deliver a short presentation on a “boundary-crossing adventure” that has happened in their own research. Psychologists will discuss how a specific scholar/publication in humanistic work has shed light on their work, and humanists will discuss how a specific method/concept in psychology has inspired their consideration of emotions. Following the short presentations we will open the floor for a discussion with everyone in the Zoom room. We hope to have a highly interactive discussion where we can seek more common ground, ask generative questions, and promote direct dialogues.