Emotions and Brexit: How did they affect the result?

This is a guest post by Markus Wagner and Sofia Vasilopoulou. Markus is an associate professor in quantitative methods at the University of Vienna. Sofia is a lecturer in politics at the University of York. It is striking how prominent emotions were in popular reactions … Continue reading

“Ridiculous Excess”: The Emergence of Football Mania

Dr Matthew Klugman is an Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow at Victoria University (Melbourne, Australia) where he researches and teaches on the intersections of sport, passions, bodies, gender, sexuality, religion, migration and race. He is currently studying the emergence of … Continue reading

Love, Pain, Ecstasy, and Murder: An Emotional Christmas

As 2013 draws to a close, here is a festive offering from the History of Emotions Blog – our twelve most read new posts of 2013 . We wish our readers a happy and restful holiday season, filled with love, … Continue reading