Dino Milinović: Heroes Don’t Cry Physical Pain and Moral Anguish in Greek and Roman Art

Emanuela Fogliadini: The Massacre of Innocents Representing the Biblical Suffering in the Mosaics of Chora

Jakov Đorđević: Horrors of the Perverted Eucharist Sensing Pelops’ Dismembered Body in Panteleimon cod. 6

Gili Shalom: Triple Martyrdom at Notre Dame de Mouzon

Dmitriy Antonov: Prisoners of Hell in Russian Iconography: Figures and Gestures

Nataša Golob: Suffering Job: Rethinking the Iconography in the Manuscript of Moralia from Kranj (1410)

Ivana Čapeta Rakić – Valentina Živković: Maternal Pain in Miracle Scenes as a Part of Catholic Propaganda  in the Late Medieval and Early Modern Period

Milena Ulčar – Saša Brajović: One Body, Many Torsos: Depicting the Tormented Body of Christ in Early Modern Bay of Kotor

Paolo Sanvito: Pain in Representations of Intimacy with the Crucified Christ in Lutgard of Tongeren and Catherine of Siena as Impulse to Innovative Iconographies

Giuseppe Capriotti: The Pain of Ancient Gods and Heroes The Use of Raised Arms as Pathosformel in Giovanni Antonio Rusconi’s Xylographs for the Trasformationi by Lodovico Dolce

Claudia Cieri Via: “Una Baruffa Bellissima”. The Massacre of the Innocents: An Ancient Tragedy in Modern Times

Yvonne Dohna Schlobitten: Guardini e Michelangelo: la sofferenza dell’arte L’opposizione polare nella creazione artistica

Sanja Cvetnić: Cesare Fracanzano’s The Penitence of St Peter in Dubrovnik and the Iconography of Penitence in Giovanni Bonifaccio’s L’arte de’ cenni (1616)

Alessia Pannese: Body of Evidence: The Case of Early Modern Enthusiasm

Anuradha Gobin: Death Ambushed: Sex, Fertility and Laughter in the Shadow of Pained Bodies

Pierre-Olivier Ouellet: Supressing or Exacerbating Pain: Emulation and Conversion Strategies Utilizing Images by Jesuit Missionaries in New France

Vladimir P. Goss: Beyond Morse Peckham: Love and Pain in the Art of Antoine Watteau

Francesco Leonelli: The Constitutio Criminalis Theresiana and the Representation of Torture in German Criminal Codes during the Time of the Enlightenment

Marta Equi Pierazzini: “The subject of pain is the business I am in” Louise Bourgeois and the Iconography of Hysteria: Reclaiming the Visibility of Pain

Hans-Peter Söder: Pain Is Good. Warburg’s and Heidegger’s Iconological Struggle Against Technological Modernity

Giulia Bordignon – Maria Bergamo: Iconographies and Pathosformeln of Pain in Aby Warburg’s Mnemosyne Atlas A Pathway through Plates 5, 6, 41, 41a, 42, 53, 56 and 58

Dorota Kownacka-Rogulska: Beyond the Pain and Towards the Spiritual Awakening: Andrzej Wróblewski’s Experience of War and Everyday Life Trauma

Barbara Crostini: Natural Suffering: Viola, Psellos, and a Christian Ecology of Pain

Janneke Schoene: Objectifying the subject On the staging of artists in pain

Karen von Veh: The Pain of Martyrdom: Diane Victor’s Ghostly Victims

James Macdonald: A Black Passion: Accounting for the Violent Science of Apartheid, as Chronicled in the Reimagined Passion Narrative of Sokhaya Charles Nkosi’s 1976 Crucifixion

Marko Špikić: Didactic Images of Pain: Use and Abuse of Ruins in Europe after 1945

Elisabeth Punzi: Art and Mental Health Care as Cultural Heritage and Current Practice

Rosanna Bianco: Il culto di Santa Caterina d’Alessandria tra silenzi, assenze ed omissioni

Davide Stimilli: Timely Fragments

Zrinka Blažević: Schiavoni: Artists, Nation, Ideology

Cássio Fernandes: Aby Warburg in Buenos Aires

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