The History of Emotions

The History of Emotions

This student guide introduces the key concepts, theories and approaches to the history of emotions while teaching readers how to apply these ideas to historical source material.

Author: Katie Barclay

Publisher: Red Globe Press

ISBN: 1352010372

Category: History

Page: 176

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This student guide introduces the key concepts, theories and approaches to the history of emotions while teaching readers how to apply these ideas to historical source material. Covering the main emotions approaches and providing a range of global case studies and historical sources with which to apply learning, this textbook provides a ‘how to’ guide for those new to the field and for those learning how historians apply methods to source material. Written in clear and accessible language, each chapter is accompanied by further reading, while surveying many of the main areas of current research and providing ideas for personal research projects and further learning. This methodological guide is ideal for students taking modules on the History of Emotions, or for students on general Historical Skills modules.
Categories: History

Sources for the History of Emotions

Sources for the History of Emotions

Offering insights on the wide range of sources that are available from across the
globe and throughout history for the study of the history of emotions, this book
provides students with a handbook for beginning their own research within the
field.

Author: Katie Barclay

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781000073331

Category: History

Page: 252

View: 906

Offering insights on the wide range of sources that are available from across the globe and throughout history for the study of the history of emotions, this book provides students with a handbook for beginning their own research within the field. Divided into three parts, Sources for the History of Emotions begins by giving key starting points into the ethical, methodological and theoretical issues in the field. Part II shows how emotions historians have proved imaginative in their discovering and use of varied materials, considering such sources as rituals, relics and religious rhetoric, prescriptive literature, medicine, science and psychology, and fiction, while Part III offers introductions to some of the big or emerging topics in the field, including embodied emotions, comparative emotions, and intersectionality and emotion. Written by key scholars of emotions history, the book shows readers the ways in which different sources can be used to extract information about the history of emotions, highlighting the kind of data available and how it can be used in a field for which there is no convenient archive of sources. The focused discussion of sources offered in this book, which not only builds on existing research, but encourages further efforts, makes it ideal reading and a key resource for all students of emotions history.
Categories: History

A History of Emotion in Western Music

A History of Emotion in Western Music

58) to be promising, because it recognizes that evaluative judgment is not an
extra layer added onto emotions but is a kind ... The virtue of these holistic
descriptions is that they integrate information drawn from a multitude of sources,
such as ...

Author: Michael Spitzer

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780190061753

Category: Music

Page: 456

View: 900

"This book is the first history of musical emotion in any language. Combining intellectual history, music studies, philosophy and cognitive psychology, it unfolds a history of musical emotion across a thousand years of Western art music, from chant to pop. It affords a new way of analysing music, revealing the relationship between emotion and musical structure. The book also provides an introduction to the latest approaches to emotion research, as well as an original theory of how musical emotion works. The book is disposed in two parts. Part 1 (chapters 1-4) comprises the theoretical foundation of the book. Part 2 (chapters 5-9) provides an historical narrative from medieval to contemporary music. Chapter 1 summarizes contemporary theories of emotion in general, and of musical emotion in particular, bringing together seminal philosophers and psychologists. Chapter 2 contains the core of the book's original thesis: that five basic emotions (happiness, sadness, anger, tenderness, and fear) constitute five categories of musical emotion throughout the common-practice period. Chapter 3 outlines a variety of complex musical emotions, such as wonder, nostalgia, envy, and disgust. Chapter 4 explores the historiography of emotion, including the seminal writings of Elias, Rosenwein, and Reddy. Part 2 of the book (chapters 5-9) explores a millennium of Western music in terms of shifting categories of emotion: from affections and passions through sentiments, emotions proper, to modern affect"--
Categories: Music

Sources on the History of Women s Magazines 1792 1960

Sources on the History of Women s Magazines  1792 1960

Analysis is qualitative , drawing on semiological , poststructural , and feminist
theory , as well as standard sociology . 4 . 075 Cancian , Francesca M . and
Steven L . Gordon . " Changing Emotional Norms in Marriage : Love and Anger in
U . s .

Author:

Publisher: Greenwood

ISBN: STANFORD:36105024593084

Category: History

Page: 297

View: 248

The most comprehensive bibliography available on historical sources for popular women's magazines, this work is based on twelve years of research by Zuckerman. She focuses on a wide range of topics, providing primary as well as secondary sources from 1792 to 1960. The volume also features special sections on specific women's journals, exhaustive subject and author indexes, and descriptions of manuscript collections. Descriptive and analytical annotations are supplied for each entry. This is an important resource for professionals, students, and scholars in media, women's history, advertising, and business.
Categories: History

Emotional Arenas

Emotional Arenas

result, the emotional arena became an organizing principle of the book, with
each chapter treating distinct spaces from the lived experience of 1870s Italy.
Post-unification Italy, still in the throes of transition from one historical phase to
the next, provides a promising context for ... While scholars of literature and art
possess enviably rich sources of various types, social scientists have their own
range of ...

Author: Mark Seymour

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780198743590

Category: History

Page: 256

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Based on the records of a murder trial that transfixed all of Italy in the late 1870s, this study makes use of a dramatic court case to develop a new paradigm for the history of emotions - the 'emotional arena'. Set in the decade following Italian unification, the context was one of notable cultural variety. An as-yet unexplored aspect of this was that the experience and expression of emotions were as variable as the regions making up the new nation. Through a close examination of the spaces in which daily lives, loves, and deaths unfolded - from marital homes to places of socializing and entertainment, to a Roman court room - Mark Seymour explores the way social 'arenas' are crucial to the historical development of emotional cultural rules. The narrative is driven by the failed marriage of a decorated but allegedly impotent Risorgimento soldier, his wife's scandalous affair with a virile circus artiste (who had a string of previous lovers), and the illicit new couple's murder of the hapless husband. Hundreds of witnesses - from local professionals to servants and even circus clowns - interviewed across the length and breadth of the peninsula, left their personal views on marriage, sexuality, and infidelity. These provide an extraordinary series of peepholes into little-known areas of the new nation's social fabric. A careful yet imaginative reading of the prosecution records, as well as contemporary newspaper coverage, allows reconstruction of the highly emotional experiences of all those touched by this extraordinary story. The result is a classic Italian micro-history with relevance for today's emotionally volatile times.
Categories: History

Sources for the History of Cyprus

Sources for the History of Cyprus

However, Senator Eagleton's private history of a mental health problem unknown
to his senatorial colleagues turned out ... himself beyond his limits and who had
received the "prescribed treatment" for manifestations of emotional depression.

Author: Paul W. Wallace

Publisher: Institute of Cypriot Studies University

ISBN: 0965170403

Category: Akkadian language

Page: 92

View: 174

Categories: Akkadian language

The Narrative Shape of Emotion in the Preaching of John Chrysostom

The Narrative Shape of Emotion in the Preaching of John Chrysostom

Upheavals of Thought: The Intelligence of Emotions. ... Emotions. StPatr 83, no. 9
: Leuven, Belgium: Peeters, 2017. ———. “Homiletics and the History of
Emotions: The Case of John ... “Reflections on the Discourse of Fear in Greek
Sources.

Author: Blake Leyerle

Publisher: University of California Press

ISBN: 9780520345171

Category: Religion

Page: 228

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John Chrysostom remains, along with Augustine, one of the most prolific witnesses to the world of late antiquity. As priest of Antioch and bishop of Constantinople, he earned his reputation as an extraordinary preacher. In this first unified study of emotions in Chrysostom’s writings, Blake Leyerle examines the fourth-century preacher’s understanding of anger, grief, and fear. These difficult emotions, she argues, were central to Chrysostom’s program of ethical formation and were taught primarily through narrative means. In recounting the tales of scripture, Chrysostom consistently draws attention to the emotional tenor of these stories, highlighting biblical characters’ moods, discussing their rational underpinnings, and tracing the outcomes of their reactions. By showing how assiduously Chrysostom aimed not only to allay but also to arouse strong feelings in his audiences to combat humanity’s indifference and to inculcate zeal, Leyerle provides a fascinating portrait of late antiquity’s foremost preacher.
Categories: Religion

Sources in the History of Medicine

Sources in the History of Medicine

... CHARLES W . SASSER The twentieth century was a period in which the most -
destructive wars in history took place . ... A few years later , having achieved a
satisfactory degree of emotional independence from parents and having found
out ...

Author: Robin Leslie Anderson

Publisher: Pearson College Division

ISBN: STANFORD:36105122847515

Category: Medical

Page: 347

View: 116

For courses in the history of medicine. This reader gives students in a history of medicine class, or the general reading public, a broad selection of readings about the many ways that disease and trauma have affected human populations over time. It draws from both primary and secondary sources to give a dual perspective of a) what was written at the time of various events, and b) what modern scholars have been able to ascertain from historical evidence. It has a broad scope both in time and space, covering materials from earliest Man to contemporary bioethical problems, and contains materials from India, China, Latin America, and the Muslim worlds as well as Europe and the United States. Rather than simply looking at great medical discoveries, it is purposely focused on how trauma and disease have been daily companions of human existence. It fills a serious void in teaching materials in the history of medicine by taking a world perspective, using a combination of primary and secondary sources, covering a huge time span and putting emphasis on the problems created by medical progress, and most importantly, focusing on the effect that medical practices have had on ordinary people throughout history.
Categories: Medical

Caritas

Caritas

... held within the ARC Centre of Excellence in the History of Emotions ( CHE )
and Department of History , University of ... of - marriage databases ; and to Kirsty
Wilkinson and Anna Girling for photographing archival sources in the National ...

Author: Katie Barclay

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 9780198868132

Category: History

Page: 240

View: 703

This book explores caritas, the idea of neighboury love, as a key ethic that shaped how early modern people lived, loved, and thought about the self.
Categories: History

Emotional Bodies

Emotional Bodies

What do emotions actually do? Recent work in the history of emotions and its intersections with cultural studies and new materialism has produced groundbreaking revelations around this fundamental question.

Author: Dolores Martin-Moruno

Publisher: History of Emotions

ISBN: 0252084713

Category: History

Page: 304

View: 699

What do emotions actually do? Recent work in the history of emotions and its intersections with cultural studies and new materialism has produced groundbreaking revelations around this fundamental question. In Emotional Bodies, contributors pick up these threads of inquiry to propose a much-needed theoretical framework for further studying the materiality of emotions, with an emphasis on emotions' performative nature. Drawing on diverse sources and wide-ranging theoretical approaches, they illuminate how various persons and groups--patients, criminals, medieval religious communities, revolutionary crowds, and humanitarian agencies--perform emotional practices. A section devoted to medical history examines individual bodies while a section of social and political histories studies the emergence of collective bodies.Contributors: Jon Arrizabalaga, Rob Boddice, Leticia Fernández Fontecha, Emma Hutchison, Dolores Martín Moruno, Piroska Nagy, Beatriz Pichel, María Rosón, Pilar León Sanz, Bertrand Taithe, and Gian Marco Vidor.
Categories: History

Sources in the History of Australian Education 1788 1970

Sources in the History of Australian Education  1788 1970

Pr . , Melbourne 1960 , p . 105 . For pupils entering post - primary schools at what
may be described as the onset of adolescence , it is widely believed that co -
education is necessary to stable emotional development . Against this argument
we ...

Author: C. Turney

Publisher:

ISBN: 0207127921

Category: Education

Page: 516

View: 504

History of educational administration and organisation in Australia; limited Aboriginal content on establishment of Native Institution at Parramatta; South Australian Church Society Mission at Port Lincoln (annotated separately as pamphlet rec no 0040033)
Categories: Education

Sources of the History of India

Sources of the History of India

It has been denied by many art critics that art has anything to do with history . ... of
society ( i.e. , his patrons and audience ) ; moreover , a work of art acts as a social
force which by its emotional or ideological weight moves or inspires people .

Author: Siba Pada Sen

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015005633170

Category: India

Page:

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Contributed articles.
Categories: India

The Semantic Sources of the Words for the Emotions in Sanskrit Greek Latin and the Germanic Languages

The Semantic Sources of the Words for the Emotions in Sanskrit  Greek  Latin and the Germanic Languages

PREFACE It is the purpose of this investigation to trace and to interpret the
semantic history of the words for the emotions in some of the IndoEuropean
languages , and to establish a comprehensive classification of their sources and
their shifts ...

Author: Hans Kurath

Publisher:

ISBN: CHI:76839839

Category: Germanic languages

Page: 68

View: 554

Categories: Germanic languages

The Course of Empire

The Course of Empire

They belonged to the emotions , while the history of civil society was the province
of logic , reason and intellect . ... symbols of the savage state - blasted trees ,
rocks and storms — were also physical sources of the emotion of sublimity ; the ...

Author: Robert Dixon

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: UCAL:B4411273

Category: Arts, Australian

Page: 213

View: 246

A history of ideas focussing on the process by which Enlightenment theory of social and economic progress dominated the art and literature of the colonial elite and justified the domination of Aboriginal people in terms of a natural law of economic growth and a theory of classical history; analyses the perception and depiction of Aborigines by colonists, explorers and artists.
Categories: Arts, Australian

Sources of the History of the American Law of Lawyering

Sources of the History of the American Law of Lawyering

They are struck with admiration of what they do not comprehend ; and mistake
their own emotions for the presence of superior power . They are bewildered by
the shifting exhibition , alternately of brilliant deeds , and debasing passions , of ...

Author: Michael H. Hoeflich

Publisher: Lawbook Exchange Limited

ISBN: STANFORD:36105064240513

Category: History

Page: 668

View: 819

Categories: History

Pessimism a History and a Criticism

Pessimism  a History and a Criticism

It is not , however , on these drawbacks that the disparager of emotional
development is likely to dwell . He will , most probably , call attention to deeper
sources of evil . Of these there seem to be two which call for special notice . First
of all , it is ...

Author: James Sully

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:$B286338

Category: Pessimism

Page: 477

View: 125

Categories: Pessimism

The Jaina Sources of the History of Ancient India

The Jaina Sources of the History of Ancient India

... sculptures which in a sense gave expression to the later and emotional
Jainism . Another feature of Jaina art is the representation of the Näga . Snake
images are very frequent about Jaina 156 The Jaina Sources of the History of
Ancient ...

Author: Jyoti Prasad Jain

Publisher: Munshirm Manoharlal Pub Pvt Limited

ISBN: STANFORD:36105126845234

Category: History

Page: 222

View: 407

Categories: History

Monde de la Paysannerie

Monde de la Paysannerie

Her teaching has included the following topics : ' Communication in history :
orality , writing and image ' ; ' Subjectivity and subjects in historical perspective ' ; '
Public and private in modern Europe ' ; History of emotions ' ; ' Sources and ...

Author: Stuart Joseph Woolf

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X002601433

Category: Agricultural laborers

Page: 245

View: 442

Categories: Agricultural laborers

Sources on Punjab History

Sources on Punjab History

The Samaj specialized in shahid or " martyrdom " publications . One special
number of the Arya Musafir , for example , focusses on the history of martyrs (
mostly Hindu ) with the form of emotional essays and color pictures . " The
assassination ...

Author: W. Eric Gustafson

Publisher: Delhi : Manohar Book Service

ISBN: UOM:39015027772352

Category: Punjab

Page: 454

View: 511

Contributed articles.
Categories: Punjab