Emotional Lives, Intimacy, and Identity in 18th and 19th Century England

If you would like to see my inaugural lecture, you can find it in this link here! I talk about three emotions or feelings – anxiety, anger, and loss – through the lens of the anxious father, the angry husband, and the tearful sailor.My aim is to demonstrate the ways in which different models of emotions history help us expose the cultural and practical ramifications of identities from the personal to the national in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century England.

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