Publishing with a purpose
Emotional warfare? Track two diplomacy and the emotionalisation of the Cold War
Struggling with anxiety: demographic statistics and an emotionalised American Jewish public sphere
Changing meanings of university teaching: the emotionalisation of academic culture in Russia, Israel and the US
Julia Lerner, Claudia Zbenovich, and Tamar Kaneh-Shalit
The politics of glocalised post-traumatic emotion worlds and the limits of Cambodian therapeutic subjectivity
Deprivation of the future: towards the social relevance of depression in post-Soviet authoritarian democracies. The case of Belarus
See also: Volume 1, Number 2, November 2019 our free sample issue.