Living With Feeling podcast

Living With Feeling

The Emotions Lab

Historians of emotion Thomas Dixon, Sarah Chaney, Emma Sutton, and Richard Firth-Godbehere take a fresh look at the worlds of feeling and emotion in the twenty-first century.

They meet emotional experts in the fields of AI, education, healthcare, and psychotherapy, and ask them what it means to live with feeling today. Should schools offer children happiness lessons? How would you feel about being cared for by a robot nurse? How can we make sense of the rapid expansion of childhood trauma as a cultural and psychological phenomenon? And can AI measure our emotions accurately, or even help us be happy? Join the Living With Feeling team for lively conversations and surprising insights into emotions past, present, and future!

Contributors include Philippa Perry, Giles Fraser, Katharine Birbalsingh, and many more.

Living With Feeling is produced by Natalie Steed for Rhubarb Rhubarb, and is brought to you by the Queen Mary Centre for the History of the Emotions.

We’re grateful to the Wellcome Trust for their generosity in making this series possible.

To hear more episodes, subscribe to "Living With Feeling" on Acast, or wherever you get your podcasts, and find out more about our work by visiting The Emotions Lab website.

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