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Emotions and Everyday Nationalism in Modern European History




ISBN 9781138354296
Published May 4, 2020 by Routledge
224 Pages 1 B/W Illustrations

 
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Book Description

This volume examines how ideas of the nation influenced ordinary people, by focusing on their affective lives. Using a variety of sources, methods and cases, ranging from Spain during the age of Revolutions to post-World War II Poland, it demonstrates that emotions are integral to understanding the everyday pull of nationalism on ordinary people.

Table of Contents

Introduction: emotions and everyday nationalism in modern European history

Andreas Stynen, Maarten Van Ginderachter and Xosé M. Núñez Seixas

1. Feeling nationhood while telling lives: ego-documents, emotions and national character during the Age of Revolutions

Raúl Moreno Almendral

2. So close and yet so far: degrees of emotional proximity in pauper letters to Dutch national power holders around 1800

Joris Oddens

3. ‘Lou tresor dóu Felibrige’: an Occitan dictionary and its emotional potential for readers

Martina Niedhammer

4. Learning to love: embodied practices of patriotism in the Belgian nineteenth-century classroom (and beyond)

Josephine Hoegaerts

5. Performing and remembering personal nationalism among workers in late Russian Poland

Wiktor Marzec

6. In search of the true Italy: emotional practices and the nation in Fiume 1919/1920

Thomas Blanck

7. Bringing out the dead: mass funerals, cult of death and the emotional dimension of nationhood in Romanian interwar fascism

Raul Cârstocea

8. Feeling the fatherland: Finnish soldiers’ lyrical attachments to the nation during the Second World War

Ville Kivimäki

9. Emotional communities and the reconstruction of emotional bonds to alien territories: the nationalization of the Polish ‘Recovered Territories’ after 1945

José M. Faraldo

Conclusions: national(ized) emotions from below

Xosé M. Núñez Seixas, Maarten Van Ginderachter and Andreas Stynen

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Biography

Andreas Stynen (KU Leuven) is a Postdoctoral Assistant at the Research Group for Cultural History after 1750.

Maarten Van Ginderachter (Antwerp University) is a Professor of History at the PoHis Center for Political History.

Xosé M. Núñez Seixas (University of Santiago de Compostela) is a Professor of Modern European History.