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The politics of passion : reframing affect and emotion in global modernity

Author: Dirk Wiemann; Lars Eckstein
Publisher: Frankfurt am Main : PL Academic Research, [2013] ©2013
Series: Transpekte, Bd. 7.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The demise of the modern self-centred subject does not engender a waning but a politicisation of affect: The site of passion is now no longer the individual's interiority but the contact zone of intersubjective encounters. The public and political status of the emotions thus becomes apparent, making visible how affects are embedded in and shaped by discursive regimes. Neither spontaneous nor overdetermined, passion  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Dirk Wiemann; Lars Eckstein
ISBN: 3631601964 9783631601969
OCLC Number: 827083230
Description: 233 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction: Towards a Cultural Politics of Passion --
Anke Bartels: The East is Red: The Politics of Mobilising Passion in the Chinese Cultural Revolution --
Ruediger Kunow: Watching one another out of fear: Affective Communities and Medical Emergencies in the United States --
Shaswati Mazumdar: Representing the Indian Rebellion of 1857: The Politics of Passion in German Popular Fiction --
Flaminia Nicora: Libyan Landscape: The Passion and the Politics of its Representations --
Satish Poduval: Governmentality and the Enthusiasm for Democracy --
Madhumeeta Sinha: Rereading Draupadi: Text, Intertext, Context --
Dirk Wiemann: Undead or Immortal? Red Arm Faction Afterlives --
Tania Meyer: En/Countering Enlightenment: Staging Counter-Voices in Theatre Against Cultural Racism --
Rajni Palriwala: Loving an Leaving: Single Parents in the Netherlands --
Joerg Meyer: Making Peace with Passions? The Removal of Emotion and Affect from International Relations, and Some Perils of Bringing Them In --
Lars Eckstein: Politics of Passion and the Production of Human Illegality.
Series Title: Transpekte, Bd. 7.
Responsibility: Dirk Wiemann, Lars Eckstein (eds).
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The book combines theoretical reframings of affect and emotion in global modernity with analyses of concrete instances of politics of passion from above or from below. By including debates and  Read more...

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