Anger in History Series – Videos and Podcasts

The Eloquence of Anger: Zulu Ngoma Men’s Song and Dance

Louise Meintjes, Professor of Music & Cultural Anthropology, Duke University

Anger and the Crowd: Emotion, contentious politics, and collective action in the age of the French Revolution

David Andress, University of Portsmouth, Katie Jarvis, University of Notre Dame, and Margaret Newell, Ohio State University

Conceptual and Performative Variations in Practices of Anger: Are There Common Threads?

William Reddy, Duke University

Our Angry Times: Can the Humanities Help?

Owen Flanagan, Duke University

The Making of the Angry Chinese: Colonial Gaze, Anti-Colonial Sentiments, and the Rise of Chinese Nationalism

Xin Fan, Cambridge University