After Darwin: Animals, Emotions, and the Mind explores questions of mind, emotion and the moral sense which Darwin opened up through his research on the physical expression of emotions and the human-animal relation. It also examines the extent to which Darwin's ideas were taken up by Victorian writers and popular culture, from George Eliot to the Daily News.
Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors List of Illustrations Introduction: Darwin and Interdisciplinarity: A Historical Perspective Angelique Richardson `Love and Hatred are Common to the Whole Sensitive Creation': Animal Feeling in the Century before Darwin Jane Spencer `The Book of The Season': The Conception and Reception of Darwin's Expression Angelique Richardson The Backbone Shiver: Darwin and the Arts Gillian Beer Becoming an Animal: Darwin and the Evolution of Sympathy Paul White George Eliot, G.H. Lewes, and Darwin: Animals, Emotions, and Morals Angelique Richardson Between Medicine and Evolutionary Theory: Sympathy and Other Emotional Investments in Life Writings by and about Charles Darwin David Amigoni From Entangled Vision to Ethical Engagement: Darwin, Affect, and Contemporary Exhibition Projects Monika Pietrzak-Franger Reckoning with the Emotions: Neurological Responses to the Theory of Evolution, 1870-1930 L.S. Jacyna Darwin's Changing Expression and the Making of the Modern State Rhodri Hayward Calling the Wild: Selection, Domestication, and Species Harriet Ritvo The Development of Emotional Life Michael Lewis Afterword: The Emotional and Moral Lives of Animals: What Darwin Would Have Said Marc Bekoff Index