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The Emotions of InternationalismFeeling International Cooperation in the Alps in the Interwar Period$
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Ilaria Scaglia

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198848325

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2020

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198848325.001.0001

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Seeing Emotions while Healing the Body and the World as a Whole

Seeing Emotions while Healing the Body and the World as a Whole

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(p.110) 4 Seeing Emotions while Healing the Body and the World as a Whole
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The Emotions of Internationalism
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Ilaria Scaglia

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/oso/9780198848325.003.0005

By analyzing the case of Dr. Auguste Rollier’s sanatoria for the treatment of tuberculosis in the Swiss village of Leysin, this chapter demonstrates the centrality of images in interwar internationalist practices. Following the blueprint set out by the League of Nations in this period, internationalists advocated for a holistic approach to healing: they linked physical cures with social, and political health; and they associated their attainment with specific visible emotional expressions. Most notably, internationalists created educational and work establishments with the explicit goal of instilling feelings such as “joy,” and they produced, reproduced, and distributed photographs to serve as evidence of their success. The aesthetics and assumptions they inaugurated proved long-lasting and influence international environments to this day.

Keywords:   health, tuberculosis, heliotherapy, education, work, photography, joy, League of Nations, Leysin, Auguste Rollier

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