Introduction: Interrogating the ‘everyday’ politics of emotions in international relations

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Beattie, AR, Eroukhmanoff, C and Head, N (2019). Introduction: Interrogating the ‘everyday’ politics of emotions in international relations. Journal of International Political Theory.
AuthorsBeattie, AR, Eroukhmanoff, C and Head, N
Abstract

© The Author(s) 2019. The focus on the everyday in this Special Issue reveals different kinds of emotional practices, their political effects and their political contestation within both micro- and macro-politics in international relations. The articles in this Special Issue address the everyday negotiation of emotions, shifting between the reproduction of hegemonic structures of feelings and emancipation from them. In other words, the everyday politics of emotions allows an exploration of who gets to express emotions, what emotions are perceived as (il)legitimate or (un)desirable, how emotions are circulated and under what circumstances. Consequently, we identify two thematic strands which emerge as central to an interrogation of ‘everyday’ emotions in international relations and which run through each of the contributions: first, an exploration of the relationship between individual and collective emotions and, second, a focus on the role of embodiment within emotions research and its relationship with the dynamics and structures of power.

Year2019
JournalJournal of International Political Theory
PublisherSage
ISSN1755-0882
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)doi:10.1177/1755088219830428
Web address (URL)https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1755088219830428
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Print21 Feb 2019
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Deposited13 Mar 2019
Accepted01 Jan 2019
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