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In many Australian communities, outdoor municipal pools are much loved yet constantly threatened with closure. Threats of closure inspire impassioned responses and it is clear that these seasonal pools offer much more than physical infrastructure. At first glance, the concept of ‘emotional geography’ seems to capture this ‘more’, and this essay, based on research at one such pool, demonstrates how pools afford sociality, embodied experiences and practices of emplacement that emotionally connect people to each other, to nature and to an imagined historical community. However, participants’ narratives also revealed affective intensities, and multisensory evocations of place and self synchronically encountered, that the concept of ‘emotional geography’ cannot capture. To understand the cultural meaning and personal significance of seasonal pools in Australia, we have to feel our way through the placial folding of affective intensities and emotional lives.

In: Emotions: History, Culture, Society
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, humane and connected inter-relationships, – Relational Leaders live ‘out’ a way that authentically models and embodies care-full relationships (individually and organisationally) – Relational Leaders ‘attune’ to the subtleties of the immediate, dynamic & relational context through refined relational

In: Shaping Wise Futures

tolerance e., 67 Educational Publishers, Assoc. of, 67 Egypt, 56, 68 Eichmann, Adolph, 27 1812 Overture (Tchaikovsky), 77, 78, 103 Einstein, Albert, 8 el-Sadat, Anwar, 56 Embodied Care (Hamington), 37 Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 103 emotion , 1, 4, 15, 18, 19, 32, 34, 51, 54, 77, 78, 80, 87, 89, 90, 92

In: Positive Peace
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provide useful models for changing discourse in ways that make nonviolent outcomes more likely in conflict situations— especially in geopolitics. These models also provide ethical implications for nonviolent discourse. In Embodied Care, Maurice Hamington argues that feelings such as com- passion

In: Positive Peace

. Gorsevski, E. W. (2004) Peaceful Persuasion: The Geopolitics of Nonviolent Rhetoric. Albany: State University of New York Press. Hamington, M. (2004) Embodied Care: Jane Addams, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and Feminist Ethics. Champaign: University of Illinois Press. Heidegger, Martin. (1962) Being and Time

In: Positive Peace

contributing member. How does one take responsibility for one’s community when it is so obviously and intentionally Phyllis G. Hastings __________________________________________________________________ 79 controlled by others? But some do move toward establishing and embodying caring community

In: The Prison at the Crossroads
Chapter 9 Familiar Brushstrokes, Different Narratives
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review . Journal of Traumtic Stress , 32 , 350 – 362 . Hamington , M. ( 2004 ). Embodied care: Jane Addams, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, and feminist ethics . University of Illinois Press . Hesse-Biber , S. N. ( Ed .). ( 2014 ). Feminist research practice: A primer . Sage . Holloway , S

In: Feminist Critique and the Museum
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value, Fudge tries to find alternative ways to track unspoken embodied care that has left no record. After the talk, there was a fruitful open-ended discussion about the naming of animals. Even though Fudge did not find any textual evidence that animals were named in the time period in question, she

In: Society & Animals
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work have been deeply shaped by their faith convictions, 4) explore together different ways of being Christian, and S) undertake specific acts of service that embody caring for creation." While the pedagogical aims of YTI's original grant proposal would inevitably be sharpened over the next decade

In: Journal of Youth and Theology

, Elizabeth. 2021. The Forest and the Ecogothic: The Deep Dark Woods in the Popular Imagination. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. Phillips, Mary. 2016. “Embodied Care and Planet Earth: Ecofeminism, Maternalism and Postmaternalism.” Australian Feminist Studies 31 (90): 468–85. DOI: 10.1080 /08164649