This book provides one of the first systematic examinations of the role emotions play in world politics. Using extensive conceptual inquiries and empirical case studies, it shows how representations of trauma, from terrorist attacks and humanitarian crises to civil unrest, can generate emotional legacies that shape communities in international relations.
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Emma Hutchison is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of Political Science and International Studies at the University of Queensland. She has a growing international reputation for her research on emotions and world politics. Illustrative of her contribution is her recent co-edited forum section on 'Emotions and World Politics' in International Theory.
Introduction; Part I. Conceptual Framework: 1. Trauma and political community; 2. Theorizing political emotions; 3. Representing trauma and collectivizing emotions; Part II. The Emotional Constitution of Political Community: 4. Emotions and national community; 5. Emotions and transnational community; 6. Trauma, grief and political transformation; Conclusion. Affective communities and emotional cultures in international relations.
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