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Title Pain and emotion in modern history / edited by Rob Boddice, Department of History and Cultural Studies, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Imprint Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
book jacket
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 Modern History Library  152.1824 P144    AVAILABLE    30550100569902
 Fu Ssu-Nien WTN LANG BK  RB127 P144 2014    AVAILABLE    30530001203181
Descript xi, 284 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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Series Palgrave studies in the history of emotions
Palgrave studies in the history of emotions
Note "Pain and Emotion in Modern History is a rich exploration of the affective expression of pain, the emotional experience of pain, and the experience of others' pain as pain. Drawing on the expertise of historical, literary and philosophical scholarship, practising physicians, the medical humanities, and conceptual artists, this is a true interdisciplinary collaboration, styled as a history. It explores pain at the intersection of the living, suffering body, and the discursive cultural webs that entangle it in its specific moment. This volume goes beyond the typical spaces and parameters of pain, from the operating theatre to the waiting room; from the moment of birth to its anticipation and aftermath; from the body in pain to the body in a culture of pain. Most importantly, it moves from the narrowly physical to the broadly emotional, enabling the enrichment of the medical history of pain, as well as setting a new agenda for medical history"-- Provided by publisher
Includes bibliographical references (pages 277-278) and index
1. Introduction: Hurt Feelings? / Rob Boddice -- 2. Exquisite and Lingering Pains : Facing Cancer in Early Modern Europe / Javier Moscoso -- 3. The Perception of Pain in Late Imperial China / Paolo Santangelo -- 4. Psychological Pain : Metaphor or Reality? / David Biro -- 5. Phantom Suffering : Amputees, Stump Pain and Phantom Sensations in modern Britain / Joanna Bourke -- 6. The Emergence of Chronic Pain : Phantom Limbs, Subjective Experience and Pain Management in Post-war West Germany / Wilfried Witte -- 7. A Quantity of Suffering : Measuring Pain as Emotion in the Mid-twentieth-century USA / Noémi Tousignant -- 8. Killing Pain? Aspirin, Emotion and Subjectivity / Sheena Culley -- 9. Body, Mind and Madness : Pain in Animals in Nineteenth-Century Comparative Psychology / Liz Gray -- 10. Down in the Mouth : Faces of Pain / Danny Rees -- 11. 'When I think of what is before me, I feel afraid' : Narratives of Fear, Pain and Childbirth in Late Victorian Canada / Whitney Wood -- 12. 'The agony of despair' : Pain and the Cultural Script of Infanticide in England and Wales, 1860-1960 / Daniel J.R. Grey -- 13. Imagining Another's Pain : Privilege and Limitation in Parent and Child Relations / Linda Raphael -- 14. Observing Pain, Pain in Observing : Collateral Emotions in International Justice / James Burnham Sedgwick -- 15. Documenting Bodies : Pain Surfaces / Johanna Willenfelt
Subject Pain -- History
Pain -- Social aspects -- History
Pain -- Psychological aspects -- History
Emotions -- History
Suffering -- History
History, Modern
Social history
Medicine -- History
Alt Author Boddice, Rob, editor
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