Bibliography

The following list of readings is regularly updated. If you wish to include your own publications on emotions in this list, please contact m.svasek@qub.ac.uk

For more specific lists of references:
Grief, Death and Mourning
- Memory and Trauma
- Tourism and Emotions
- Music and Emotions

General Bibliography

Abu-Lughod, L. and Lutz, C. A. (1990), Introduction: Emotion, Discourse, and the Politics of Everyday Life, in: C. A. Lutz  and L. Abu-Lughod (eds), Language and the Politics of Emotion, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press and Paris:  Editions de la Maison      des Sciences de l’Homme.

Ahmed, S. (2004) The Cultural Politics of Emotions. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 

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Bock, P. K. (1980), Continuities in Psychological Anthropology: A Historical Introduction,  San Francisco: W. H. Freeman and Company.

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Bowen, E. (1954), Return to Laugther, London: Gollancz.

Bowers, L. (1998), The Social Nature of Mental Illness, London: Routledge.

Briggs, J. L. (1987), In Search of Emotional Meaning, Ethos 15 (1): 8-15.

Cancian, F. M. (1987), Love in America: Gender and Self-Development, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Casey, E. S. (1987), Remembering: A Phenomenological Study, Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University Press.

de Certeau, M. (1984), The Practice of Everyday Life, Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Conradson, D. and McKay, D. 2007. Translocal Subjectivities, Mobility, Connection,   Emotion. Special Issue of Mobilities 2(2).

Crapanzano, V. (1980), Tuhami: Portrait of a Moroccan, Chicago: University of Chicago  Press.

Csordas, T. J. (1990), Embodiment as a Paradigm for Anthropology, Ethos 18 (1): 5-47.

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Damasio, A. (2000), The Feeling of What Happens: Body and Emotion in the Making of Consciousness, London: William Heinemann.

Ekman, P. (1980a), Biological and Cultural Contributions to Body and Facial Movement in the Expression of Emotions, in: A. Rorty (ed), Explaining Emotions. Berkeley: University of California Press.

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Leavitt, J. (1996), Meaning and Feeling in the Anthropology of Emotions, American  Ethnologist 23(3): 514-539.

Levy, R. I. (1984), Emotion, Knowing and Culture, in R.A. Shweder and R.A. LeVine (eds), Culture Theory. Essays on Mind, Self, and Emotion, Cambridge: Cambridge   University Press.

Lewis, I. (ed.) (1977), Symbols and Sentiments: Cross-Cultural Studies in Symbolism: London: Academic Press.

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Lock, M. (1993), Cultivating the Body: Anthropology and Epistemologies of Bodily Practice and Knowledge, Annual Review of Anthropology 22: 133-55.

Lyon, M. L. (1995), Missing Emotion: The Limitations of Cultural Constructionism in the Study of Emotion, Cultural Anthropology 10 (2): 244-263.

Lyon, M. L. and Barbalet, J. M. (1994), Society’s Body: Emotion and the 'Somatisation' of    Social Theory, in T. J. Csordas (ed.), Embodiment and Experience: The Existential Ground of Culture and Self, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Lutz, C. A. (1988), Unnatural Emotions: Everyday Sentiments on a Micronesian Atoll and Their Challenge to Western Theory, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Lutz, C. A. and Abu-Lughod, L. (eds) (1990), Language and the Politics of Emotion, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press and Paris: Editions de la Maison des    Sciences de l’Homme.

Lutz, C. A. and White, G. M. (1986), The Anthropology of Emotions, Annual Review of Anthropology 15: 405-36.

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Milton, K. (2002), Loving Nature: Towards an Ecology of Emotion, London and New York: Routledge.

Milton, K. and Svašek, M. eds. 2006 Mixed Emotions. Anthropological Studies of Feeling. Oxford: Berg.

Myers, F. R. (1973), Emotions and the Self: A Theory of Personhood and Political Order among Pintupi Aborigines, Ethos: 343-70.

 Nussbaum, M. (2001), Upheavals of Thought: The Intelligence of Emotions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Overing, J. and Passes, A. (eds) (2000), The Anthropology of Love and Anger: The Aesthetics of Conviviality in Native Amazonia, London and New York: Routledge.

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Rosaldo, M. Z. (1980), Knowledge and Passion: Ilongot Notions of Self and Social Life, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Rosaldo, I. R. (1984), Grief and a Headhunter’s Rage: On the Cultural Force of Emotions, in   E. M. Bruner (ed.), Text, Play, and Story: The Construction and Reconstruction of Self and Society, Illinois: Waveland Press.

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Svašek, M. (2002), The Politics of Emotions: Emotional Discourses and Displays in Post-Cold War Contexts, Focaal. European Journal of Anthropology 39.

---- (2005) Postsocialism: Politics and Emotions in Central and Eastern Europe, Oxford: Berghahn.

Svašek, M. and Skrbiš, Z. 2007 Emotions and Globalisation, Special Issue of Identities. Studies of Culture and Power 14(4).

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Wierzbicka, A. (2004), Emotion and Culture: Arguing with Martha Nussbaum, Ethos 31 (4): 577-600.

Wikan, Unni (1992), Beyond the Words: The Power of Resonance, American Ethnologist   19(3):460-482.

Wulff, H. ed. (2007) The Emotions. A Cultural Reader. Oxford: Berg.

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Goffman, E. (1967) Interaction Ritual: Essays on Face-to-Face Behaviour, New York: Garden City Books.

Heelas, P. (1986) ‘Emotion talk across cultures’, in R. Harré (ed.) The Social Construction of Emotions, Oxford: Blackwell.

Hinton, A. (1993) ‘Prolegomenon to a Processual Approach to the Emotions’, Ethos 21(4): 417-451.

Kapferer, B. (1979) ‘Emotion and Feeling in Sinhalese Healing Rites’, Social Analysis 1: 153-176.

Rosaldo, M. (1984) ‘Toward an anthropology of self and feeling’, in R. Shweder & R. LeVine (eds) Culture Theory: Essays on Mind, Self, and Emotion, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.137-151.

Levy, R. (1984) ‘Emotion, knowing and culture’, in R. Shweder & R. LaVine (eds) Culture Theory: Essays on Mind, Self and Emotion, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.214-237.

Lupton, D. (1990) Risk, London: Routledge.

Scheff, T. (1990) Microsociology: Discourse, Emotion and Social Structure,  Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Maher, V. (1984) ‘Possession and Dispossession: Maternity and Mortality in Morocco’, in H. Medick & D. Sabean (eds) Interest and Emotion, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp.103-128.

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Mestrovic, S. (1997) Post-Emotional Society, London: Sage.

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