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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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A University for Feeling the Emotions of Internationalism

A University for Feeling the Emotions of Internationalism

(p.153) 5 A University for Feeling the Emotions of Internationalism
The Emotions of Internationalism

Ilaria Scaglia

Oxford University Press

Chapter 5 examines the case of the University Sanatorium of Leysin as a means to explore how internationalists constructed and used spaces to elicit and manage people’s emotions. It devotes particular attention to efforts at creating atmospheres conducive to international cooperation, emphasizing how administrators, doctors, patients, and visitors all contributed to shaping the notion that these could be effective. As demonstrated by the case of a proposed new International University Sanatorium, the ideas and the practices it inaugurated continue to influence a broad range of state and non-state actors in the subsequent decades, and still affect international education to this day.

Keywords:   international education, universities, Leysin, University Sanatorium, International University Sanatorium, depression, emotional practices, atmosphere

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