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The conclusion appraises the potential future of the history of emotions, looking at the methodological, linguistic and disciplinary barriers to the development of the field. This focuses in particular on the opportunities available to recast traditional historical periodisation and on the need to reach out to the neurosciences, not merely to borrow but also to lend substantial historical insight into what emotions are. The book ends with a section on teaching and on the necessity for students of history to practice the history of emotions.

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The History of Emotions

Second edition


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