What can the famous ‘Nippy’ waitress, a fixture at Lyon’s Tea Shops across Britain, teach us about emotions at work?
Tag: History of Emotions
‘I have felt a chill of recognition’. Matt Cook interrogates the emotional resonances invoked by Channel 4’s TV drama serial ‘It’s A Sin’ and what this means for the recognition of memories of grief in suspension.
‘Archives of feeling’ are fundamental to our understanding of intersecting social and intimate lives – past and present.
It is fruitful to explore the longer histories of debates that have come to define today’s NHS, and recurrent themes of ‘crisis’, says Andrew Seaton [Updated with a response from Mathew Thomson]