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'This multi-disciplinary collection effectively hits every dimension of its title. It contains incisive engagements with concepts and illustrations of emotions, politics and war. It will serve as an outstanding text for scholars and students interested in a philosophically attuned approach to war's experiential implications.' - Michael J. Shapiro, University of Hawai'i at Manoa 'In this valuable contribution to the emerging field of scholarship at the nexus of experience, aesthetics, and war, Ahall and Gregory provide a unique collection of essays that engage questions of what it means to be human, to whom we grant that standing, and how we might first admit, and then make sense of, the darkly pleasurable horrors of violence. The authors offer a range of methodologies to better understand how we might theorise emotions, showing that there is much to be learned from mixed-method, multidisciplinary approaches to the tangled emotionality of war.' - Laura J. Shepherd, Associate Professor of International Relations at UNSW Australia `If emotions have never been missing from our politics, or our very experience of existence, why have they been missing from our knowledge? In an age increasingly without bearings, this splendid and important work offers an authoritative guide for understanding the emotional political of war' Anthony Burke, Associate Professor International and Political Studies Program at UNSW, Australia
Bloggat om Emotions, Politics and War
Linda Ahall is a Lecturer in International Relations at Keele University, UK. Thomas Gregory is a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at Auckland University, New Zealand.
1. Introduction: Mapping emotions, politics and war - Linda Ahall and Thomas Gregory A. Researching Emotions 2. The remains of the day - Brian Massumi, 3. Stories of pain and longing: reflecting on emotion, boundaries and feminism through Carrie Mathison and Carrie White - Marysia Zalewski 4. Human dignity, basal emotion and a global emotionology - Karin M. Fierke 5. Embodiment, emotions, and materialism in International Relations - Ty Solomon 6. Anger, war and feminist storytelling - Swati Parashar 7. On 'being bored' - Street ethnography on emotions in Banda Aceh after the tsunami and conflict - Marjaana Jauhola 8. Experimenting with emotions - Rose McDermott B. Emotionality and War 9. Compassionate soldiering and comfort - Julia Welland 10. Waiting for war: Soldiering, temporality and the gendered politics of boredom and joy in military spaces - Victoria M. Basham 11. Making war work: Resilience, emotional fitness, and affective economies in Western militaries - Alison Howell 12. 'Every man jack of them tried their damndest to control their emotions': Grief in the 1982 Falklands war - Helen Parr 13. Constructing crises and articulating affect after 9/11 - Jack Holland 14. Photographing war: Don McCullin, Vietnam and the politics of emotion - Thomas Gregory 15. Exposed images of war - Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet and Andreja Zevnik 16. Grief and the transformation of emotions after war - Emma Hutchison and Roland Bleiker 17. Concluding reflection - Linda Ahall and Thomas Gregory