A round-up of publications on the history of emotions from April – August 2017.
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- Rachel Ablow, Victorian Pain (Princeton UP, 2017)
- Rob Boddice, Pain: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford University Press, 2017)
- Kirk Essary, Erasmus and Calvin on the Foolishness of God: Reason and Emotion in the Christian Philosophy (University of Toronto Press, 2017)
- Jules Evans, The Art of Losing Control: A Philosopher’s Search for Ecstatic Experience (Canongate Books, 2017)
- Daniel M. Gross, Uncomfortable Situations: Emotion between Science and the Humanities (Chicago 2017)
- Charlotte-Rose Millar, Witchcraft, the Devil and Emotions in Early Modern England (Routledge, 2017)
- Dominic Pettman, How Desire Makes Us More and Less than Human (University of Minnesota Press, 2017)
- Emotions in the History of Witchcraft, ed. by Laura Kounine and Michael Ostling (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)
- Emotion, Ritual and Power in Europe, 1200–1920, ed. by Merridee Bailey and Katie Barclay, (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)
- Greek Laughter and Tears: Antiquity and After, ed. by M. Alexiou and D. Cairns (Edinburgh University Press, 2017)
- Historicizing Emotions: Practices and Objects in India, China and Japan, edited by Barbara Schuler (Brill, 2017)
- The hurt(ful) body: Performing and beholding pain, 1600-1800, edited by Tomas Macsotay, Cornelis van der Haven, Karel Vanhaesebrouck (Manchester University Press, 2017)
- Leah Astbury, ‘Ordering the infant’: caring for newborns in early modern England’, in Conserving health in early modern culture: Bodies and environments in Italy and England, eds. Sandra Cavallo and Tessa Storey (Manchester University Press: Manchester, July 2017), (pp.80-103).
- Douglas Cairns, ‘The Tripartite Soul as Metaphor’, in Plato and the Power of Images, ed. by P. Destrée and R. G. Edmonds (Brill, 2017), 219–38
- Caroline Castiglione, ‘What to expect when you’re always expecting’; frequent childbirth and female health in early modern Italy’, in Conserving health in early modern culture: Bodies and environments in Italy and England, eds. Sandra Cavallo and Tessa Storey (Manchester University Press: Manchester, July 2017), pp. 55-79
- Hannah Newton ‘She sleeps well and eats an egg’; convalescent care in early modern England’, in Conserving health in early modern culture: Bodies and environments in Italy and England, eds. Sandra Cavallo and Tessa Storey (Manchester University Press: Manchester, July 2017) (pp.104-132)
- Charles Zika, ‘The Cruelty of Witchcraft: The Drawings of Jacques de Gheyn the Younger’, in Laura Kounine and Michael Ostling, eds, Emotions in the History of Witchcraft, pp. 37–56, London: Palgrave Macmillan (2017)
- Charles Zika, ‘The Transformation of Sabbath Rituals by Jean Crépy and Laurent Bordelon: Redirecting Emotion through Ridicule’, in Merridee Bailey & Katie Barclay, eds, Emotion, Ritual and Power in Europe, 1200–1920, London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 261–284 (2017).
SPECIAL ISSUES OF JOURNALS
Note that the new journal Emotions: History, Culture, and Society published its first volume in July 2017.
- Seneca’s Tragic Passions: Philosophical and Literary Perspectives, D Cairns and D. Nelis, Maia 69.2, 2017
- Karen Bauer, ‘Emotion in the Qur’an: An Overview‘, Journal of Qur’anic Studies, 19: 2 (2017), 1-30
- Douglas Cairns, ‘Mind, Metaphor, and Emotion in Euripides (Hippolytus) and Seneca (Phaedra)’, Maia 69.2 (2017), 247–67
- Oline Eaton, ‘”We must be ready every day, all the time”: Mid-Twentieth-Century Nuclear Anxiety and Fear of Death in American Life,’ The Journal of American Culture, 40:1 (2017), pp. 66-75. DOI: 10.1111/jacc.12679
- Kirk Essary, ‘Clear as Mud: Metaphor, Emotion, and Meaning in Early Modern England,’ in English Studies 98:7 (2017)
- Kirk Essary, ‘Passions, Affections, or Emotions? On the Ambiguity of 16th-Century Terminology‘, in Emotion Review, (2017): 1-8
- Clara Fischer, ‘Revealing Ireland’s “Proper” Heart: Apology, Shame, Nation‘ in Hypatia, 2017, DOI 10.1111/hypa.12358
- Alex Eric Hernandez, ‘Prosaic Suffering: Bourgeois Tragedy and the Aesthetics of the Ordinary‘, Representations, 138: 1 ( 2017): 118-41.
- Elwin Hofman, ‘The Tears of a Killer: Criminal Trials and Sentimentalism in the Austrian Netherlands‘, BMGN – Low Countries Historical Review 132, no. 2 (2017): 3–26. doi:10.18352/bmgn-lchr.10338.
- Elwin Hofman, ‘A Wholesome Cure for the Wounded Soul: Confession, Emotions, and Self in Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Catholicism‘, Journal of Religious History, 2017, Early View. doi:10.1111/1467-9809.12455.
- Eva Lieberich, ‘Von und durch Neid Erzählen. Rhetoriken des Neids in Konrads Engelhard‘ In DIEGESIS. Interdisziplinäres E-Journal für Erzählforschung/Interdisciplinary/E-Journal for Narrative Research 5.2. (2016). 1-20.
- Lina Minou, Envy’s pathology: Historical contexts, Wellcome Open Res, 2017, 2:3
- Stephanie Olsen and Rob Boddice, ‘Styling Emotions History‘, Journal of Social History, 2017.
- Carolyn Pedwell, ‘Mediated Habits: Images, Networked Affect and Social Change’, Subjectivity, 10: 2 (2017): 147-169.
- Sif Rikhardsdottir, ‘Medieval Emotionality: The Feeling Subject in Medieval Literature’, Comparative Literature 69.1 (2017), 74-90, doi: 10.1215/00104124-3794619
- Stephen J. Spencer, ‘“Like a Raging Lion”: Richard the Lionheart’s Anger during the Third Crusade in Medieval and Modern Historiography’, English Historical Review, 132/556 (2017): 495-532.
- From the Editors: An interview with Jan Plamper, Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History, 18, no. 3 (2017): 453–60.
- Charles Zika, ‘The Emotional Economy of Early Modern Pilgrimage Shrines: The Case of Mariazell’, Emotions: History, Culture, Society, 1 (2017): 1–27.
- Cinta Zunino-Garrido, ‘Henry Peacham’s Affective Rhetoric and the Renaissance ‘Philosophy of Man’ in The Garden of Eloquence (1577, 1593),’ in Parergon 33:3 (2016), 97-120.
- Angela Hesson, Matthew Martin and Charles Zika, eds, Love: Art of Emotion 1400–1800, Melbourne: National Gallery of Victoria, 2017. 290mm x 240mm, portrait, 256 pages, Fully illustrated in colour. ISBN: 9781925432239 (hardback) $49.95, 9781925432312 (paper). $29.95.
- Douglas Cairns, ‘Emotions’, Encyclopaedia of Ancient History (online, June 2017)