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Emotional Entanglements: A Symposium on Emotions, History, and the Limits of Learning

Learning about the past is inextricably bound up in our emotional selves. History education often focuses on empathy instead of realizing personal and individual feelings. This symposium of four papers presents examples of how emotions are evoked through difficult historical events and the pedagogical responsibility educators across a range of educational sites need to consider.

Author(s):

Sara Levy
Wells College
United States

Maia Shepard
George Washington University
United States

Adam Schmitt
Michigan State University
United States

Allison Weller
Teacher's College, Columbia University
United States

Brenda Trofanenko
Acadia University/University of Illinois
Canada

Lisa Gilbert
Washington University @ St. Louis
United States

 

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