SCHMERZGRENZEN UND REIZSCHWELLEN / PANEM ET CIRCENSES 2.0
ZWEI VORTRÄGE IM RAHMEN DER AUSSTELLUNG »NO PAIN NO GAME«
[Pain thresholds and stimulus limen / Panem et circenses 2.0. Two supporting programme lectures of the exhibition »no pain no game«]
SCHMERZGRENZEN UND REIZSCHWELLEN. WIE KANN MAN SCHMERZ (ER)MESSEN?
[Pain thresholds and stimulus limen. How to measure the sensation of pain?]
PANEM ET CIRCENSES 2.0. TÖDLICHE SPIELE IN LITERATUR UND FILM
[Panem et circenses 2.0. The Roman games in contemporary literature and film]
The here published lectures (17 Mai/14 Jun 2016) were held by Stephanie Eichberg and Christine Kutschbach in the context of the exhibition »no pain no game« at the Museum für Kommunikation Berlin.
Stephanie Eichberg is a historian of medicine and science, research associate for the project Neuro-Psychoanalysis and Pain. Neuroscience between the Natural and Cultural Sciences.
Christine Kutschbach is an american literature scholar. She last worked as research assistant to the Direction of the ZfL.