Communitites, regimes and styles
in The history of emotions
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This chapter introduces the three principal theoretical frameworks for doing the history of emotions – emotional communities, emotional regimes, and emotional styles – each of which in turn is associated with a particular scholar: Barbara Rosenwein, William Reddy, Peter Stearns. The chapter also includes a critical review of ‘emotionology’ and ‘emotives’, ‘emotional refuges’ and ‘emotional suffering’.


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