Publications 2020

Book Chapter

  1. Pernau, M.: Anger, hurt and enthusiasm: Mobilising for violence, 1870-1920. In: Emotions, mobilisations and South Asian politics, pp. 95 - 112 (Eds. Blom, A.; Tawa Lama-Rewal, S.). Routledge, London (2020)
  2. Rajamani, I.: Mobilising anger in Andhra Pradesh: The emotional politics of the angry young man and popular Telugu cinema. In: Emotions, mobilisations and South Asian politics, pp. 187 - 204 (Eds. Blom, A.; Tawa Lama-Rewal, S.). Routledge, London (2020)
  3. Ribeiro, N.; Schmidt, A.; Nicholas, S.; Kruglikova, O.; Du Pont, K.: World War I and the emergence of modern propaganda. In: The handbook of European communication history, pp. 97 - 113 (Eds. Arnold, K.; Preston, P.; Kinnebrock, S.). Wiley Blackwell, Hoboken, NJ (2020)
  4. Schmiedek, F.; Lövdén, M.; Lindenberger, U.: Training working memory for 100 days: The COGITO study. In: Cognitive and working memory training: Perspectives from psychology, neuroscience, and human development, pp. 40 - 57 (Eds. Novick, J. M.; Bunting, M. F.; Dougherty, M. R.; Engle, R. W.). Oxford University Press, New York, NY (2020)
  5. Stille, M.: Dialectics of (de)mobilisation: Humour in Islamic sermons of contemporary Bangladesh. In: Emotions, mobilisations and South Asian politics, pp. 222 - 239 (Eds. Blom, A.; Tawa Lama-Rewal, S.). Routledge, London (2020)
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