Agnes Arnold-Forster

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Dr Agnes Arnold-Forster has worked at McGill University, at the Centre for the History of Emotions at Queen Mary University of London and as a visiting researcher at the Max Planck Centre for Human Development in Berlin. She is the author of an academic history of cancer and has written widely for academic, medical and mainstream outlets. She has also appeared on BBC Radio, consulted for television dramas and documentaries, and worked closely with the Science Museum, the Wellcome Collection, and the Royal College of Nursing. She lives in London. In hew new book, Nostalgia: A Biography, Arnold-Forster blends neuroscience and psychology with the history of medicine and emotions to explore the evolution of nostalgia.

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