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The Navigation of Feeling: A Framework for the History of Emotions
Preface Part I. What are Emotions?: 1. Answers from cognitive psychology 2. Answers from anthropology 3. Emotional expression as a type of speech act 4. Emotional liberty Part II. Emotions in
Against Constructionism: The Historical Ethnography of Emotions
A coherent account of emotional change must find a dynamic, a vector of alteration, outside the discursive structures and normative practices that have monopolized ethnographic attention in research
Sentimentalism and Its Erasure: The Role of Emotions in the Era of the French Revolution*
In the course of the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, a remarkable change in the understanding and expression of emotions occurred in France, and in elite circles all over Europe. Recent
Historical Research on the Self and Emotions
Research on this topic in Europe and North America has reached a new stage. Prior to 1970, historians told a story of progress in which modern individuals gradually gained mastery of emotions. After
The Making of Romantic Love: Longing and Sexuality in Europe, South Asia, and Japan, 900-1200 CE
In the twelfth century, the Catholic Church attempted a thoroughgoing reform of marriage and sexual behavior aimed at eradicating sexual desire from Christian lives. Seeking a refuge from the very
AHR Conversation: The Historical Study of Emotions
In the past few years, the AHR has published five “Conversations,” each on a subject of interest to a wide range of historians: “On Transnational History” (2006), “Religious Identities and Violence”
Money and liberty in modern Europe : a critique of historical understanding
Preface 1. The crisis of the class concept in historical research 2. Meaning and its material base 3. Growth of the liberal illusion 4. Money and the rights of man in 1789 5. Challenging one's master
The rise of market culture : the textile trade and French society, 1750-1900
List of figures and maps List of abbreviations Preface Introduction Part I. A World Without Entrepreneurs, 1750-1815: 1. Commerce as conflict 2. The design of the spinning jenny 3. New terms and old
The Rise of Market Culture: The Textile Trade and French Society, 1750-1900
List of figures and maps List of abbreviations Preface Introduction Part I. A World Without Entrepreneurs, 1750-1815: 1. Commerce as conflict 2. The design of the spinning jenny 3. New terms and old
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