By Willemijn Ruberg, Kristine Steenbergh
Sexed Sentiments offers a gender standpoint at the fresh flip to impact in feedback. It provides new paintings via students from varied disciplines engaged on gender and emotion, a box par excellence the place an interdisciplinary concentration is fruitful. This assortment provides essays from disciplines like historical past, literary experiences, psychology, sociology and queer stories, targeting matters various from masculinity within the cult of sensibility to the position of empathy in forging feminist solidarities. the amount illuminates how new theoretical methods to either gender and emotion can be productively utilized to various fields.
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Extra info for Sexed Sentiments: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Gender and Emotion. (Critical Studies)
Deidre Pribram - Notes continued - describes them as eighteenth-century synonyms. In Keywords, Raymond Williams notes that it is only with the nineteenth century that ‘sentimental’ takes on the meaning, to feel excessively or to indulge one’s emotions. ‘Sensibility’ largely escaped this negative connotation in the nineteenth century, although it was increasingly relegated to describe one cultural arena only: the field of aesthetics (1985, 282). 3 For more information on Williams’ analysis of structure of feeling, see Harding and Pribram, 2009; 2004.
The home was the site to which they were most ideally suited. Recent arguments, however, suggest that sensibility was far from the dominant prerogative of women. That is to say, sensibility was not gender specific, although it was gender differentiated. If one wishes to make the argument for sensibility’s impact on economics, politics, science, law, and philosophy, all dominantly mas- An individual of feeling 27 culine realms in the eighteenth century, then sensibility must also, or primarily, be the prerogative of men.
In contrast, Ellison and Todd argue that the principles of sensibility and civility materialized as part of masculine public and political identity early in the history of sensibility, in the 1680s and 1690s. They locate its origins in Restoration drama and in various homosocial activities of the time, which are linked very closely to political developments (Ellison 2000, 27-29; Ellison 1999, 9-10, 16, 23, 29, 74; Todd 1986, 9-11, 33). Todd also points out that women’s inseparable association with sensibility occurred only in the latter part of the eighteenth century (8, 61), when sensibility as a cultural movement was already in decline, under attack for being effeminate, destabilizing, self-indulgent, and self-centered (61-62, 140), the inverse of the benevolence and compassion it had represented earlier in the century.
Sexed Sentiments: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Gender and Emotion. (Critical Studies) by Willemijn Ruberg, Kristine Steenbergh