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Senses and sensation : critical and primary sources /

edited by David Howes.

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Names: Howes, David,
Published: London : Bloomsbury Academic, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018.
Series: Critical and primary sources.
Topics: Senses and sensation. | Perception (Philosophy) | Knowledge, Theory of.
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245 00|aSenses and sensation :|bcritical and primary sources /|cedited by David Howes.
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300 |a4 volumes :|billustrations ;|c25 cm.
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490 1 |aCritical and primary sources
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and indexes.
505 80|gVolume 1.|tGeography and anthropology --|gVolume 2.|tHistory and sociology --|gVolume 3.|tBiology, psychology and neuroscience --|gVolume 4.|tArt and design.
505 00|gVolume 1.|tGeography and anthropology --|gIntroduction:|tOn the Geography and Anthropology of the Senses /|rDavid Howes --|gPart I: Foundation.|gOvertures.|g1.|tThe Background to Pure Geography /|rOlavi Granö and Anssi Paasi --2|g.|tAlternating Sounds /|rFranz Boas --|g3.|tSensible Qualities /|tClaude Lévi-Strauss in conversation with Didier Erbon --|g4.|tSensing the World in Cross-Cultural Perspective /|rDavid Le Breton --|gDisciplines.|g5.|tThe Senses in Focus /|rDouglas Pocock --|g6.|tGeography of the Senses /|rPaul Rodaway --|g7.|tAnthropology of the Senses /|rDavid Howes --|gPart II: Key Domains and Concepts|gCosmology/Ecology.|g8.|t'Blowing 'cross the crest of Mount Galeng': Winds of the Voice, Winds of the Spirits /|rMarina Roseman --|g9.|tTopophilia /|rYi-Fu Tuan --|gEmplacement.|g10.|tFeeling is Believing, or Landscape as a Way of Being in the World /|rEdmunds Valdemars Bunkše --|gMateriality.|g11.|tEnduring and Endearing: Feelings and the Transformation of Material Culture in West Africa /|rKathryn Linn Geurts and Elvis Gershon Adikah --|gMemory.|g12.|tThe Memory of the Senses - Marks of the Transitory: The Breast of Aphrodite /|rC. Nadia Seremetakis --|g13.|tSensing the Ruin /|rTim Edensor --|gAlterity.|g14.|tImmigrant Lives and the Politics of Olfaction in the Global City /|rMartin F. Manalansan IV --|g15.|tSensing Muslim Difference /|rYoushaa Patel --|gMediation.|g16.|tLiteracy as Anti-Culture: The Andean Experience of the Written Word /|rConstance Classen --|gMovement.|g17.|tCulture on the Ground: The World Perceived through the Feet /|rTim Ingold --|gAffect.|g18.|tUsing 'the Body' as an Instrument of Research: Kimch'i and Pavlova /|robyn Longhurst, Elsie Ho, Lynda Johnston --|g19.|tOrdinary Affects /|rKathleen Stewart --|gRepresentation.|g20.|tLeviathan and the Experience of Sensory Ethnography /|rChristopher Pavsek --|g21.|tCybercartography: A Multisensory Approach /|rD.R. Fraser Taylor with Patricia Leean Trbovich, Gitte Lindgaard and Richard F. Dillon --|gGustation.|g22.|tThe sensiry experience of food /|rLisa Heldke, Carolyn Korsmeyer and David Sutton --|gSynaesthesia/intersensoriality --|g23.|tBrain and mind in Desana shamanism /|rGerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff --|g24.|tSynesthesia, metaphor, and symbolic space /|rYi-Fu Tuan --|gPart I: Exhibitions.|g25.|tWoman, fire, ambition, and desire - the idea and performance of the Great Baga D'mba (exhibition project narrative) /|rFrederick Lamp --|g26.|tCreating Mami Wata: an interactive, sensory exhibiton /|rHenry J. Drewal --|g27.|tWalking without purpose: sensations of history and memory in Nagasaki city /|rRupert Cox.
505 00|gVolume 2.|tHistory and sociology --|gIntroduction:|tOn the History and Sociology of the Senses /|rDavid Howes --|gPart I: Foundations.|gOvertures.|g1.|tHuizinga on Historical Experience /|rFrank Ankersmit --|g2.|tSmells, Tastes, Sounds and the Underdevelopment of Sight /|rLucien Febvre --|g3.|tShock and Distraction: Georg Simmel and Walter Benjamin /|rDorothée Brill --|gDisciplines.|g4.|tThe Senses in History /|rMartin Jay --|g5.|tSociology of the Senses /|rPhillip Vannini, Dennis Waskul, and Simon Gottschalk --|gPart II: Key Domains and Concepts.|gCosmology/Ecology.|g6.|tOn the Color of Angels: The Sensory Cosmologies of St. Hildegard, Boehme, and Fourier /|rConstance Classen --|gEmplacement.|g7.|tThe Everyday City of the Senses /|rMónica Degen --|gMateriality.|g8.|tThe Performative Icon /|rBissera V. Pentcheva --|g9.|tOutcomes of Secularization Theory for Visual and Material Religion /|rSally M. Promey --|gMemory.|g10.|tThe Proust Effect: Uplifting Musicial Memories and Sensory Reminiscence in Older People /|rCretien van Campen --|gAlterity.|g11.|tUncertainty and Deliberative Thinking in Blind Race Attribution /|rAsia Friedman --|gMediation.|g12.|tPens and Needles: Writing, Women's Work and Feminine Sensibilities /|rConstance Classen --|g13.|tVirtualization: Sensory Atrophy and Disconnection /|rPhillip Vannini, Dennis Waskul, and Simon Gottschalk --|gMovement.|g14.|tGrasping the Phenomenology of Sporting Bodies, John Hockey and Jacquelyn Allen-Collinson --|g15.|tSporting Sensation /|rJohn F. Sherry Jr. --|gAffect.|g16.|tRussia's Carnival: The Sense-Experience of Transition /|rDavid Howes --|g17.|tListening-Touch: Affect and the Crafting of Medical Bodies through Percussion /|rAnna Harris --|gRepresentation.|g18.|tTake Five: Renaissance Literature and the Study of the Senses /|rPatricia A. Cahill --|gGustation.|g19.|tSweetness /|rMichael Pollan --|g20.|tThe Invention of Gastronomy /|rLuca Vercelloni --|gSynaesthesia/Intersensoriality.|g21.|tColor and Sound: Transcending the Limits of the Senses /|rFay Zika --|g22.|tSynesthesia, Transformation and Synthesis: Toward a Multi-sensory Pedagogy of the Image /|rSilvia Casini --|gPart III: Exhibitions.|g23.|tOn Method /|rMark M. Smith --|g24.|tEars-On Exhibitions: Sound in the History Museum /|rKarin Bijsterveld --|g25.|tWar, Memory and the Senses in the Imperial War Museum London, 1920-2014 /|rAlys Cundy.
505 00|gVolume 3.|tBiology, psychology and neuroscience --|gIntroduction:|tOn the Individuation/Integration of the Senses in Biology, Psychology and Neuroscience - An Orthogonal View /|rDavid Howes --|gPart I: Foundations.|gOvertures.|g1.|tThe Unity of the Senses /|rErich M. Von Hornbostel --|g2.|t'Taste-Smell Confusions' and the Duality of the Olfactory Sense /|rPaul Rozin --|gDisciplines.|t3.|tThe Theory of Meaning /|rJakob von Uexküll --|g4.|tEdison's Teeth: Touching Hearing /|gSteven Connor --|g5.|tCrossmodal Correspondences: A Synopsis /|rCharles Spence --|gPart II: Key Domains and Concepts.|gCosmology/Ecology.|g6.|tPerception, Ecology and Music /|rEric F. Clarke --|gEmplacement.|g7.|tFingeryeyes: Impressions of Cup Coral /|rEva Hayward --|gMateriality.|g8.|tMechanical Tasting: Sensory Science and the Flavorization of Food Production /|rIngemar Pettersson --|g9.|tElectromagnetism and the Nth Sense: Augmenting Senses in Grinder Subculture /|rMark D. Doerksen --|gMemory.|g10.|tOn Listening to a Dream: The Sensory Dimensions /|rAlfred Margulies --|g11.|tThe Making of Mind in a West African Community: Anlo-Ewe Understandings of Embodied Cognition /|rKathryn Linn Geurts --|gAlterity.|g12.|tThe Menagerie of the Senses /|rSteven Connor --|g13.|tAn Auditory World: Music and Blindness /|rOliver Sacks --|gMediation.|g14.|tInteractive Sonification for Data Exploration /|rFlorian Grond and Thomas Hermann --|g15.|tVision and the 'Training of Perception': McLuhan's Medienpadägogik /|rNorm Friesen --|gMovement.|g16.|tSeeing with a 'Sideways Glance': Visuomotor 'Knowing' and the Plasticity of Perception /|rGreg Downey --|gAffect.|g17.|tWhat Animals Teach Us about Politics /|rBrian Massumi --|gRepresentation.|g18.|tAn Empire of Sound: Sentience, Sonar and Sensory Impudence /|rJohn Shiga --|g19.|tCultural Factors Shape Olfactory Language /|rAsifa Majid --|gGustation.|g20. Wine and Music /|rCharles Spence --|gSynaesthesia/Intersensoriality|g21.|tSynesthesia on Our Mind /|rLawrence E. Marks and Catherine M. Mulvenna --|g22.|tSynaesthesia Unravelled /|rDavid Howes and Constance Classen --|gPart III: Exhibitions.|g23.|tMaking Sense of the Senses across Species Boundaries: Curating the Animal Senses Gallery at National Museums Scotland /|rAndrew C. Kitchener --|g24.|tTate Sensorium (Exhibition Project Narrative) /|rFlying Object and Tom Chatfield.
505 00|gVolume 4.|tArt and design --|gIntroduction:|tSensory Art and Design /|rDavid Howes --|gPart I: Foundations.|gOvertures.|t1.|tSensory Separation and the Founding of Art History /|rFiona Candlin --|g2.|tAll-Consuming Images: The Marriage Between Art and Commerce /|rStuart Ewen --|gDisciplines.|g3.|tTwentieth Century Visual Art, Design, Music and the Senses /|rIan Heywood --|g4.|tDisciplining the Senses: Beethoven as Synaesthetic Paradigm /|rSimon Shaw-Miller --|g5.|tSensing Materials: Exploring the Building Blocks for Experiential Design /|rHendrik N. J. Schifferstein and Lisa Wastiels --|gPart II: Key Domains and Concepts.|gCosmology/Ecology.|g6.|tVisualizing: Design, Communicative Objectivity and the Interface since 1945 /|rOrit Halpern --|gEmplacement.|g7.|tResonances: Experimental Encounters with Sound Art in the Making /|rChris Salter --|g8.|tAtmospheric Architecture: Elements, Processes and Practices /|rMikkel Bille and Tim Flohr Sørensen --|gMateriality.|g9.|tStuff Matters: Glass /|rMark Miodownik --|g10.|tSensuality and Shag Carpeting: A Design Review of a Postwar Floor Covering /|rChad Randl --|gMemory.|g11.|tUnofficial Memory: Intercultural Cinema, Embodiment and the Senses /|rLaura U. Marks --|gAlterity.|g12.|tRemote Avant Garde: Tjanpi Desert Weavers /|rJennifer Biddle --|g13.|t"Rasaesthetics" /|rRichard Schechner --|gMediation.|g14.|tThe Mediated Sensorium /|rCaroline A. Jones --|gMovement.|g15.|t"Sense, Meaning and Perception in Three Dance Cultures" /|rCynthia Jean Cohen Bull --|gAffect.|g16.|tSound Studies without Auditory Culture: A Critique of the Ontological Turn /|rBrian Kane --|gRepresentation.|g17.|tThe Senses in Literature, 1920-2000: From the Modernist Shock of Sensation to Postcolonial and Virtual Voices /|rRalf Hertel --|g18.|tTowards a Multisensory Aesthetic: Jean Giono's Non-Visual Sensorium /|rHannah Thompson --|gGustation.|g19.|tAlimentary Art, 1909-2018 /|rMark Clintberg --|gSynaesthesia/Intersensoriality.|g20.|tArt and the Senses, 1800-1920: From the Romantics to the Futurists /|rConstance Classen --|g21.|tSensing Things: Merleau-Ponty, Synaesthesia and Human-Centredness /|rNigel Power --|gPart III: Exhibitions.|g22.|tTouch This /|rStefan Szczelkun and Bill Arning --|g23.|tThe Urban Sensorium /|rAlan Nash and Michael Carroll --|g24.|tMediations of Sensation: Designing Performative Sensory Environments /|rDavid Howes and Chris Salter --|g25.|tA Feast for the Senses at The Walters Art Museum (Exhibition Project Narrative) /|rMartina Bagnoli.
520 8 |aSenses and Sensation: Critical and Primary Sources - offers an comprehensive collection of key writings essential to anyone wishing to gain a critical understanding of sensory studies. Drawing upon historical and contemporary texts from a wide range of sources , this set is inspired by the sensory turn in the humanities, social sciences and fine arts which has challenged the monopoly that psychology formerly held over the study of senses and sensation. It also builds upon the revolution in psychology and the neurosciences which has led to an increase emphasis on the interaction and integration of the senses, in place of the one-sense-at-time approach. The four volumes include 101 essays from the humanities, social sciences, fine arts, biology, psychology and the neurosciences. Ordered by the discipline, the volumes cover geography and anthropology, history and sociology, biology, psychology and neuroscience, and art and design.
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