Publications of Imke Rajamani

Journal Article (4)

2017
Journal Article
Rajamani, I. (2017). Feeling anger, compassion and community in popular Telugu cinema. Indian Economic and Social History Review, 54(1), 103–122. https://doi.org/10.1177/0019464616683482
2016
Journal Article
Pernau, M., & Rajamani, I. (2016). Emotional translations: Conceptual history beyond language. History and Theory, 55(1), 46–65. https://doi.org/10.1111/hith.10787
(Spanish translation: Traducciones emocionales: Historia conceptual más allá del lenguaje. In F. Torres (Ed.), Conceptos que hacen Historia: En torno a Reinhart Koselleck. Santiago de Chile: Fondo de Cultura Económica, in press).
2013
Journal Article
Rajamani, I. (2013). Zornige Männer in indischen Filmen: Eine Gefühlsgeschichte. Masala: Newsletter Virtuelle Fachbibliothek Südasien, 8(3).
2012
Journal Article
Rajamani, I. (2012). Pictures, emotions conceptual change: Anger in popular Hindi cinema. Contributions to the History of Concepts, 7(2), 52–77. https://doi.org/10.3167/choc.2012.070203

Book (1)

2018
Book
Rajamani, I., Pernau, M., & Butler Schofield, K. (Eds.). (2018). Monsoon feelings: A history of emotions in the rain. Niyogi Books.

Book Chapter (5)

2022
Book Chapter
Pernau, M., & Rajamani, I. (in press). Traducciones emocionales: Historia conceptual más allá del lenguaje. In Conceptos que hacen Historia: En torno a Reinhart Koselleck. Fondo de Cultura Económica.
2020
Book Chapter
Rajamani, I. (2020). Mobilising anger in Andhra Pradesh: The emotional politics of the angry young man and popular Telugu cinema. In Emotions, mobilisations and South Asian politics (pp. 187–204). Routledge.
2018
Book Chapter
Rajamani, I. (2018). Monsoon feelings: Introduction. In Monsoon feelings: A history of emotions in the rain (pp. 9–43). Niyogi Books.
Book Chapter
Rajamani, I. (2018). Hindi cinema's rainmaking formula: "Thodasa Roomani Ho Jaayen" and "Lagaan". In Monsoon feelings: A history of emotions in the rain (pp. 315–346). Niyogi Books.
2016
Book Chapter
Rajamani, I. (2016). Pictures, emotions, conceptual change: Anger in popular Hindi cinema. In Global conceptual history: A reader (pp. 307–336). Bloomsbury.
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