Emerging Disciplines: Shaping New Fields of Scholarly Inquiry in and beyond the Humanities
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Emerging Disciplines: Shaping New Fields of Scholarly Inquiry in and beyond the Humanities

by Melissa Bailar

 

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Introduction. Emerging Disciplines: Shaping New Fields of Scholarly Inquiry in and beyond the Humanities
Chapter One. Introduction
Chapter Two. On the Possibilities for a Deep History of Humankind
Chapter Three. From Transatlantic Histories of “Intoxication” to a Hemispheric “War on Affect”: Paradoxes Unbound
Chapter Four. Discussion of Smail and Herlinghaus Papers
Chapter Five. What Is Cultural Economy?
Chapter Six. Digital Humanities 2.0: A Report on Knowledge
Chapter Seven. Discussion of Poovey and Presner Papers
Chapter Eight. Music, Biological Evolution, and the Brain
Chapter Nine. Making the Cognitive Turn in Art History: A Case Study
Chapter Ten. An Essay on Neurohistory
Chapter Eleven. Discussion of Patel, Sheingorn, and Smail Papers
Chapter Twelve. Roundtable Discussion
Chapter Thirteen. Participant Biographies
Chapter Fourteen. Attributions