A new book edited by Mick Smith, Joyce Davidson, Laura Cameron and Liz Bondi
Recent years have witnessed a rapid rise in engagement with emotion and affect across a broad range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, with geopgraphers, among others, making a significant contribution by examining the emontional intesections between people and places. Building on the achievements of Emotional Geographies (2005), the editors have brought together leading scholars as well as young, up and coming academics from a range of disciplines to investigate feelings and affect in various spatial and social contexts, environments and landscapes. The book is divided into five sections covering the themes of remembering, understanding, mourning, belonging, and enchanting.
Published by Ashgate Publishing