Feelings materialized: Emotions, bodies, and things in Germany, 1500-1900

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Of the many innovative approaches to emerge during the twenty-first century, one of the most productive has been the interdisciplinary nexus of theories and methodologies broadly defined as "the study of emotions." While this conceptual toolkit has generated significant insights, it has overwhelmingly focused on emotions as linguistic and semantic phenomena. This edited volume looks instead to the material aspects of emotion in German culture, encompassing the body, literature, photography, aesthetics, and a variety of other themes.




Hillard, D., Lempa, H., & Spinney, R. (2020). Feelings materialized: Emotions, bodies, and things in Germany, 1500-1900. Feelings Materialized: Emotions, Bodies, and Things in Germany, 1500-1900 (pp. 1–276). Berghahn Books. https://doi.org/10.1093/gerhis/ghaa073

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