Bringing together well-established interdisciplinary scholars – including geographers Phil Hubbard, Chris Philo and Hester Parr, and sociologists Jenny Hockey, Mike Hepworth and John Urry – and a new generation of researchers, this volume presents a wide range of innovative studies of fundamentally important questions of emotion. Following an overarching introduction, three interlinked sections elaborate key intersections between emotions and spatial concepts, on which each chapter offers a particular take informed by substantive research. At the heart of the collection lies a commitment to convey how emotions always spill over from one domain to another, as well as to illuminate the multiplicity of spaces that produce and are produced by emotional life. The book demonstrates the richness that an interdisciplinary engagement with the emotionality of socio-spatial life generates.
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About the Author
Joyce Davidson (Department of Geography) and Mick Smith (Departments of Philosophy and Environmental Studies) are based at Queen's University in Canada. Liz Bondi (Schools of GeoSciences and Health in Social Science) is based in Edinburgh University, UK.
Liz Bondi, Joyce Davidson, Mick Smith, Sara M. Morris, Carol Thomas, Marion Collis, Christine Milligan, Amanda Bingley, Anthony Gatrell, Jennie Germann Molz, John Urry, Hester Parr, Chris Philo, Nicky Burns, David Conradson, Phil Hubbard, Jenny Hockey, Bridget Penhale, David Sibley, Colleen Heenan, Mark Paterson, Mike Hepworth, Deborah Thien, Owain Jones.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction: Geography's 'Emotional Turn', Liz Bondi, Joyce Davidson and Mick Smith. Locating Emotion: Placing the dying body: emotional, situational and embodied factors in preferences for place of final care and death in cancer, Sara M. Morris and Carol Thomas; ‘Mourning the loss’ or 'no regrets': exploring women's emotional responses to hysterectomy, Marion Collis; 'Healing and feeling': the place of emotions in later life, Christine Milligan, Amanda Bingley and Anthony Gatrell; Guilty pleasures of the Golden Arches: mapping McDonald's in narratives of round-the-world travel, Jennie Germann Molz; The place of emotions within place, John Urry. Relating Emotion: 'Not a display of emotions': emotional geographies in the Scottish Highlands, Hester Parr, Chris Philo and Nicky Burns; Freedom, space and perspective: moving encounters with other ecologies, David Conradson; The geographies of 'going out': emotion and embodiment in the evening economy, Phil Hubbard; Environments of memory: home space, later life and grief, Jenny Hockey, Bridget Penhale and David Sibley; 'Looking in the fridge for feelings': the gendered psychodynamics of consumer culture, Colleen Heenan; Affecting touch: towards a 'felt' phenomenology of therapeutic touch, Mark Paterson. Representing Emotion: Ageing and the emotions: framing old age in Victorian painting, Mike Hepworth; Intimate distances considering questions of 'Us', Deborah Thien; An ecology of emotion, memory, self and landscape, Owain Jones; On 'being' moved by nature: geography, emotion and environmental ethics, Mick Smith; The place of emotions in research: from partitioning emotion and reason to the emotional dynamics of research relationships, Liz Bondi; Index.