Publications of Rob Boddice

Journal Article (4)

2018
Journal Article
Olsen, S., & Boddice, R. (2018). Styling emotions history. Journal of Social History, 51(3), 476–487. https://doi.org/10.1093/jsh/shx067
2013
Journal Article
Boddice, R. (2013). Equanimity in the laboratory? The sentimentalists versus the sufferers in America c.1900. History of Emotions - Insights into Research, 2013(October). https://doi.org/10.14280/08241.10
Journal Article
Boddice, R. (2013). Gleichmut im Labor? "Gefühlsmenschen" versus "Leidende" in Amerika um 1900. Geschichte der Gefühle - Einblicke in die Forschung, 2013(October). https://doi.org/10.14280/08241.9
2012
Journal Article
Boddice, R. (2012). Species of compassion: Aesthetics, anaesthetics, and pain in the physiological laboratory. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century, 15, Article online. https://doi.org/10.16995/ntn.628

Book (1)

2014
Book
Boddice, R. (Ed.). (2014). Pain and emotion in modern history. Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Chapter (5)

2014
Book Chapter
Boddice, R. (2014). The affective turn: Historicising the emotions. In C. Tileaga & J. Byford (Eds.), Psychology and history: Interdisciplinary explorations (pp. 147–165). Cambridge University Press.
Book Chapter
Boddice, R. (2014). Hurt feelings? In R. Boddice (Ed.), Pain and emotion in modern history (pp. 1–15). Palgrave Macmillan.
Book Chapter
Boddice, R. (2014). German methods, English morals: Physiological networks and the question of callousness, c.1870-81. In H. Ellis & U. Kirchberger (Eds.), Anglo-German scholarly networks in the long nineteenth century (pp. 84–102). Brill.
2013
Book Chapter
Boddice, R. (2013). Four stages of cruelty? Institutionalizing humanity to animals in the English media, c.1750-1840. In W. Behringer, M. Havelka, & K. Reinholdt (Eds.), Mediale Konstruktionen in der Frühen Neuzeit (pp. 181–196). Didymos-Verlag.
2012
Book Chapter
Boddice, R. (2012). The historical animal mind: "Sagacity" in nineteenth-century Britain. In J. A. Smith & R. W. Mitchell (Eds.), Experiencing animals: An anthology of animal-human encounters (pp. 65–78). Columbia University Press.
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