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1Spectacle and martyrdom: bloody suffering, performed suffering and recited suffering in French tragedy (late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries) 1
2The Massacre of the Innocents: infanticide and solace in the seventeenth-century Low Countries
3To travel to suffer: towards a reverse anthropology of the early modern colonial body
4‘I feel your pain’: some reflections on the (literary) perception of pain
5Masochism and the female gaze
6Epicurean tastes: towards a French eighteenth-century criticism of the image of pain
7Wounding realities and ‘painful excitements’: real sympathy, the imitation of suffering and the visual arts after Burke’s sublime
8Forced witnessing of pain and horror in the context of colonial and religious massacres: the case of the Irish Rebellion, 1641–53
9Theatrical torture versus dramatic cruelty: subjection through representation or praxis 1
10Palermo’s past public executions and their lingering memory 1
11The economics of pain: pain in Dutch stock trade discourses and practices, 1600–1750
- The Hurt(ful) Body
- Tomas Macsotay, Cornelis van der Haven, Karel Vanhaesebrouck
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