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Total war : an emotional history

Author: Claire Langhamer; Lucy Noakes; Claudia Siebrecht; British Academy.; Oxford University Press.
Publisher: Oxford : published for The British Academy : by Oxford University Press, 2020.
Series: Proceedings of the British Academy.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : Conference publication : English : First editionView all editions and formats

This book explores emotional responses to total war with a focus on the modern European experience. Examining particular wartime locations, and mapping national and transnational emotional cultures,  Read more...


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Material Type: Biography, Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Claire Langhamer; Lucy Noakes; Claudia Siebrecht; British Academy.; Oxford University Press.
ISBN: 9780197266663 0197266665
OCLC Number: 1225240046
Notes: This collection has its origins in a 2014 British Academy Conference at which, as First World War centenary events were unfolding, the history of war and emotions was explored in a wide geographic and chronological framework.
Description: XIV, [2], 183 strony : ilustracje ; 25 cm.
Contents: ForewordList of FiguresNotes on ContributorsAcknowledgements1: CLAIRE LANGHAMER, LUCY NOAKES AND CLAUDIA SIEBRECHT: Introduction2: UTE FREVERT: Emotions in Times of War: Private and Public, Individual and Collective3: SUSAN R. GRAYZEL: 'Macabre and Hilarious': The Emotional Life of the Civilian Gas Mask in France during and after the First World War4: MICHAEL ROPER: Little Ruby's Hand: Young Women and the Emotional Experience of Caregiving in Britain after the First World War5: CLAUDIA SIEBRECHT: The Tears of 1939: German Women and the Emotional Archive of the First World War6: MARTIN FRANCIS: Wounded Pride and Petty Jealousies: Private Lives and Public Diplomacy in Second World War Cairo7: LUCY NOAKES: Communities of Feeling: Fear, Death and Grief in the Writing of British Servicemen in the Second World War8: CLAIRE LANGHAMER: 'Astray in a dark forest'? The Emotional Politics of Reconstruction Britain9: JOY DAMOUSI: In Search of Victor: Transnationalism, Emotion and WarIndex
Series Title: Proceedings of the British Academy.
Responsibility: edited by Claire Langhamer, Lucy Noakes, and Claudia Siebrecht.


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