A Theatre of Emotions: The Affective Landscape of Nineteenth-Century British Surgery.


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YEARS

2016-2020

FUNDING AMOUNT

569215 GBP

ABSTRACT

This project will transform historical understandings by exploring the emotional landscape of civil and military surgery in the nineteenth century and beyond. Historians have generally emphasised the importance of emotional detachment and affective restraint in surgical practice. However, this project suggests that the affective repertoire of the nineteenth-century operating theatre was more complex than this and encompassed a wide variety of feelings from fear and anxiety to pity and sympathy. This project will draw upon a range of sources and methodologies to paint a rich historical picture and will stimulate debate between academics, practitioners and the public about the place of emotion within the increasingly detached and technologized world of modern surgical practice. This project has four distinct but complementary strands. The first, undertaken by the Principal Applicant, explores the emotional world of civil surgery. The second, undertaken by a Senior Research Fellow, considers the place of emotion in military surgery from the Napoleonic wars to the First World War. The third involves a PhD, jointly supervised with a colleague from the Department of English and Creative Writing, who will examine the representation of the surgeon as affective being in nineteenth-century literature. Finally, a fourth strand involves a Research Fellow/Engagement Officer working on the emotional world of contemporary surgery. The key goals of this project are to produce two mon ographs, five peer-reviewed articles and a PhD thesis, to organise one conference and two workshops, including one centred around engagement, and to stage an exhibition and associated public lectures. More... »

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