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The History of Emotions
‘What exactly is the history of emotions?’ This question, often still encountered by historians working in the field, suggests that the history of emotions is difficult to understand yet hard toExpand
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Emotional Lexicons: Continuity and Change in the Vocabulary of Feeling 1700-2000
1. Defining Emotions: Concepts and Debates over Three Centuries 2. Topographies of Emotion 3. Showing Emotions, Reading Emotions 4. The 'Origin' of Emotions - Sensitive Humans, Sensitive Animals 5.Expand
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Civilizing Emotions: Concepts in Nineteenth Century Asia and Europe
This work is a contribution to the growing Oxford University Press series, Emotions in History. Emotions are clearly involved in how civility and civilization are constructed in late nineteenthtoExpand
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Socialist Visions of European Unity in Germany: Ostpolitik since the 1920s?
This article reassesses Willy Brandt's Neue Ostpolitik of the 1970s. It does so by linking Brandt's policy initiative to earlier German Social Democratic plans to integrate Europe that had existedExpand
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The continuities of West German history: conceptions of Europe, democracy and the West in interwar and postwar Germany
Abstract This article considers support for European integration in and beyond Germany between the mid-1920s and the early 1950s. Rather than viewing debates about Europe within an isolated GermanExpand
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Honor bestowed and felt? "Verdienstorden" in the Federal Republic after 1945
Honor has been described as a secondary and a lost emotion. It was »well on its way to obsolescence« by the mid-twentieth century, »frozen into stock expressions,« dealt with by only three out ofExpand
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Notes on contributors
Christian Bailey is Assistant Professor of History at Purchase College, State University of New York. He completed his PhD at Yale University in 2009 before moving to the Max Planck Institute forExpand