This article would not have come into being without the intense intellectual exchange I enjoyed with many colleagues and visiting scholars at the Center for the History of Emotions at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin, for which I am very grateful. I also thank the members of the Amsterdam Center for Cross-Disciplinary Emotion and Sensory Studies for discussing parts of this paper with me, and those who read it and gave me valuable comments: Juliane Brauer, Ute Frevert, Benno Gammerl, Bettina Hitzer, Uffa Jensen, Anja Laukötter, Kaspar Maase, Stephanie Olsen, Margrit Pernau, Jan Plamper, Joseph Prestel, Bill Reddy, Anne Schmidt, and Tine van Osselaer. I also thank Clara Polley and Friederike Schmidt for their excellent research assistance. Most especially, I thank Pascal Eitler, whose invitation to collaborate on an article on emotions and the body was the first step toward developing the ideas in this article (Pascal Eitler and Monique Scheer, “Emotionengeschichte als Körpergeschichte: Eine heuristische Perspektive auf religiöse Konversionen im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert,”Geschichte und Gesellschaft 35 , 282–313).
ARE EMOTIONS A KIND OF PRACTICE (AND IS THAT WHAT MAKES THEM HAVE A HISTORY)? A BOURDIEUIAN APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING EMOTION
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© 2012 Wesleyan University
History and Theory
Volume 51, Issue 2, pages 193–220, May 2012
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SCHEER, M. (2012), ARE EMOTIONS A KIND OF PRACTICE (AND IS THAT WHAT MAKES THEM HAVE A HISTORY)? A BOURDIEUIAN APPROACH TO UNDERSTANDING EMOTION. History and Theory, 51: 193–220. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2303.2012.00621.x
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