Table of contents for Invention of hysteria : Charcot and the photographic iconography of the Salp„etriŠere / Georges Didi-Huberman ; translated by Alisa Hartz.


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Acknowledgments                                            vii
Principal Works Cited                                      ix
Argument                                                   xi

I   Spectacular Evidence1

1   Outbreaks                                             3
2   Clinical Knowledge                                     13
3   Legends of Photography                                 29
4   A Thousand Forms, In None                              67

II  Charming Augustine                                     83

5   Auras                                                  85
6   Attacks and Exposures                                 115
7   Repetitions, Rehearsals, Staging                      175
8   Show-Stopper                                          259

Appendixes
1   The "Living Pathological Museum"                     281
2   Charcot's Clinical Lectures                           281
3   Consultation                                          282
4   Preface to the PhotographicJournal of the Hospitals of Paris  283
5   Preface to the Iconographie photographique de la Salpetriere
    (vol. I)                                             283
6   Preface to the Iconographie photographique de la Salpetriere
    (vol. II)                                            284
7   The Photographic Platform, Headrest, and Gallows    285
8   The "Observation" and the Photograph at the Salpetriere  286
9   The "Photographic Card" at the Salpetrire             287
10  Technique of Forensic Photography                    287



11  The Portrait's Veil, the Aura                            289
12  The "Auracular" Self-Portrait                            290
13  The Aura Hysterica (Augustine)                           291
14  Explanation of the Synoptic Table of the Great Hysterical
    Attack                                                  291
15  The "Scintillating Scotoma"                              292
16  Cure or Experimentation?                                 293
17  Gesture and Expression: Cerebral Automatism        293
18  A Tableau Vivant of Cataleptics                          294
19  Provoked Deliria: Augustine's Account                    295
20   Theatrical Suggestion                                  . 297
21   Somnambular Writing                                     298
22   How Far Does Hypnotic Suggestion Go?                    299

Notes                                                        303
Bibliography                                                 349
Index                                                        369





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Salp„etriŠere (Hospital)Hysteria History, Mental illness Pictorial works, Facial expression History