[↠ The Cultural Politics of Emotion || ☆ PDF Read by ↠ Sara Ahmed] #2020


  • Title: The Cultural Politics of Emotion
  • Author: Sara Ahmed
  • ISBN: 9780415972550
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback

  • The Cultural Politics of Emotion By Sara Ahmed In The Cultural Politics of the Emotions, Sara Ahmed develops a new methodology for reading the emotionality of texts She offers analyses of the role of emotions in debates on international terrorism, asylum and migration, and reconciliation and reparation, and reflects on the role of emotions in feminist and queer politics Of interest to readers in gender studies andIn The Cultural Politics of the Emotions, Sara Ahmed develops a new methodology for reading the emotionality of texts She offers analyses of the role of emotions in debates on international terrorism, asylum and migration, and reconciliation and reparation, and reflects on the role of emotions in feminist and queer politics Of interest to readers in gender studies and cultural studies, the psychology and sociology of emotions, and phenomenology and psychoanalysis, The Cultural Politics of the Emotions offers new ways of thinking about our inner and our outer lives.
    Sara Ahmed
    Sara Ahmed is a feminist writer, scholar, and activist Her research is concerned with how bodies and worlds take shape and how power is secured and challenged in everyday life worlds, as well as institutional cultures.

    The Cultural Politics of Emotion By Sara Ahmed

    Commentaires:

    Liz
    there was a point in the middle where it felt like she was just listing different emotions and jotting down some thoughts on them and it wasn t clear how it all fit together and I m not totally sold on her semiotic angle on emotions but the opening chapter on pain and the final chapters on queerness and feminism were great and worked very well together I was especially moved by the discussion in feminist attachments on wonder and hope as affective states that open us up to social change like, I [...]

    TJ
    This book has totally altered how I think about emotions and the relationships between emotions, bodies, surfaces and space I couldn t possibly give it an adequate review, I think, but here are some scattered incomplete thoughts and impressions, that I may add to for my own use as I have time to.Ahmed seems sometimes to work from a pretty negative epistemological point I don t think this is a bad thing, to be clear, and I m thinking mostly of her writing on pain, and how pain shapes our sense of [...]

    s
    bruh

    Sabrarf
    Perfectly happy with this book I used to read Sara Ahmed s article a lot but I always want it to read this book because of one article I read before from it and of course the catching title of it In this book Sara explores the way in which emotions affects our bodies and the connection between emotions and politics I personally really like 3 chapters than others her analysis of shame, the queer feeling and the Feminist attachments By reading this book I could analyze my own emotions in my work [...]

    Rosalie
    In my model of sociality of emotions, I suggest that emotions create the very effect of the surfaces and boundaries that allow us to distinguish between an inside and an outside in the first place So emotions are not simply something I or we have Rather, it is through emotions, or how we respond to objects and others, that surfaces and boundaries are made the I and the we are shaped by, and even take the shape of, contact with otherse surfaces of bodies surface as an effect of the impressions le [...]

    Rebecca
    this book

    Lesliemae
    Emotions materialize Politics are read through them.

    Michael Palkowski
    This book has really structured and oriented my thinking on this subject It s something that I am constantly revisiting and trying to fully appreciate and understand.

    Arda
    Cool stuff.Notes from C.S paper Ahmed 2004 demonstrates the ways in which emotions are not unrelated from what eventually ends up setting the status quo in a given society Emotions, particularly those that have to do with love and hate, have a central role in the making of nations Just like love unites, Ahmed notes, the shared hatred of the imagined other is an extremely relevant factor in shaping up nations Nationalism, after all, is represented in opposition to the other, and the inherent fear [...]

    Diana
    A semiotic analysis on the politics of emotion, exemplified through current case studies Sara Ahmed does this mostly by studying the articulation and expression of emotions of love and hate in contemporary issues such as the response of Americans to September 11 attacks, the demand of Australians to be ashamed of their history of violence towards Aboriginals, and or how hate organisations such as white supremacist groups justify themselves through a rhetoric of love.I found so much of her writin [...]

    Sara Khayat
    Ahmed s work in this book is important for many different areas of study Race, Gender, LGBTQ Studies, Politics, Psychology, Lit Theory She analyzes not only how emotions influence politics culture, but also the reactions of the people directly impacted.

    Frank Cernik
    The premise of this book is that the distinction between sensations and emotions is necessarily analytic and therefore a requirement rather than a finding Emotions are better described, rather, as impressions, the effects of surfaces on each other As impressions, encounters involve the co constitution of emotions and objects emotions are about objects and shape them, and are also shaped by encounters with objects Emotions are produced through a certain in betweenness, where they reach from the e [...]

    Hesam Wf
    Sara Ahmed s The Cultural Politics of Emotion is most illuminating In this book, Ahmed primarily explores the way in which the discursive circulation of emotion practically impacts interpersonal relationships and social organization Her working theory of emotion is unique in that it moves away from a psychological, inward, emphasis towards an emphasis on the circulation of emotion between bodies and objects She answers a number of questions of great import such as why is it that certain emotions [...]

    Jesi
    I am all about Ahmed, truly A good scar is one that sticks out, a lumpy sign on the skin It s not that the wound is exposed or that the skin is bleeding But the scar is a sign of injury a good scar allows healing, it even covers over, but the covering always exposes the injury, reminding us of how it shapes the body Our bodies have been shaped by their injuries scars are traces of those injuries that persist in the healing or stitching of the present This kind of good scar reminds us that recove [...]

    Carla
    alrighti must have this book read and understood, well somewhat understood, well maybe at least one or two concepts understood by wednesday at 4 00i would like to think i might crank out a 2 page critical review of the one concept i might understand by sunday deadline so wish me luck

    Eamon
    Will be returning to a lot over the next few years im sure

    Matt
    completely changed the way i think about emotions and selfhood some incredibly beautiful passages too how on earth is this book outta print correction was formerly out of print.

    Sadie
    it s a lie i haven t read the whole thing

    jenn
    interesting interpretation on the role of emotions in larger social interactions.

    Samu
    I feel like I understood maybe a quarter of this, but it was an excellent quarter I am going to read it again some day and hopefully understand a bit .

    Frans Karlsson
    A book that i had to read for my english studies that talks about how emotions affect us.

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