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A heightened interest in the role of the senses in society has been sweeping the social sciences, supplanting older paradigms and challenging conventional theories of representation. Sensation is fundamental to our experience of the world. Shaped by culture, gender, and class, the senses mediate between mind and the body, idea and object, self and environment.

The Senses & Society provides a crucial forum for the exploration of this vital new area of inquiry. Peer-reviewed and international, it brings together groundbreaking work in the humanities and social sciences, and incorporates cutting-edge developments in art, design, and architecture. Every volume contains something for and about each of the senses, both singly and in all sorts of novel configurations.

Publisher: Bloomsbury Journals (formerly Berg Journals)

28 issues are available electronically

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