- Q1 Are you interested about the history of treating and managing (chronic) pain? Why, or why not?
- Q2A Do you think that studies of historical chronic pain – i.e. experiences of people living with chronic pain throughout history - are worthwhile? Why (not)?
- Q2B In your opinion, do such studies – or could such studies – meaningfully impact your own experiences of living with chronic pain today?
- Q3 What kinds of historical scholarship on chronic pain would you be interested in that are presently neglected or hard to learn about? Are there any areas you would like scholars to work on in particular?
Edited 19/12/17: Due to the impending demise of Storify, I've switched out the Storified content to a Wakelet collection.