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Bunkše, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia; University of Delaware, Newark, DE.
He has written broadly on nationalism and Marxism in comparison, Polish history, transnational history, and global memory.
Among others, he published five volumes of the Palgrave series of as the series editor.
Anthropology – Vision, Hearing and Touch – Phenomenologies of Perception – Light, Sound and Feeling in Anthropology, Archaeology, Art and Architecture Andrew Irving, Granada Centre for Visual Anthropology, University of Manchester, Manchester, UK Anthropology – Transformations in Bodily and Sensory Perception – Art – Performative and Collaborative Ethnography – Time and Imagination – Illness, Death and Dying Deborah Davis Jackson, Earlham College, Richmond, IN, USA Anthropology and Environmental Studies – Five Senses – Smell – Great Lakes Region – Senses of Place – Canadian Studies, First Nations/Native Americans Geraldine A. Jones, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge MA, USA Architecture – Art History – Aesthetics/Criticism – Curating – Senses in Contemporary Art / History – Synaesthesia – Sound Art – Body Knowledges Farah Karim-Cooper, Shakespeare’s Globe, London, United Kingdom Theatre History/Performance/Shakespeare Studies/Early Modern Culture and Gender –Touch and Taste – Shakespeare and the Senses/Performance and the Senses/ Tactility and Theatre Going in Early Modern England – The Hand and Early Modern Drama – The Senses and Emotions Hildegard Elisabeth Keller, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, USA / University of Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland Literature / Cultural History – Medical History – Theatre – Seeing the Invisible – Visions –Hearing and Historic Languages – Cross-Sensory Perception and Narrative https://sc.academia.edu/Andrew Kettler Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, New York University, United Sates Performance Studies – Vision – Proprioception – Taste – Museums – Jews – Memory –Tourism – Heritage Tarja Laine, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and University of Turku, Finland Film Studies — The Five Senses — Synaesthesia — Senses in Film Aesthetics — Cinema of the Senses — Senses and Emotions Frederick John Lamp, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA Curating/History of Art/Theater Studies – Multisensory Production – Embodied Knowledge – Senses in Theatre and Museum, African Performance E-mail: Frédéric Laugrand, Université Laval, Québec, Canada Anthropology – History – Visual anthropology – Inuit studies – Philippines-Indian Ocean Images – Sounds – Animal Senses- Art – Rituals – Senses in Hunting – Orality Matthew Leonard, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK Modern Conflict Archaeology — Conflict culture — The five senses — The sensorium — Kinaesthesia — Synaesthesia — Sensory deprivation — First World War subterranean conflict landscapes — The material culture and sensescapes of modern conflict Richard Leppert, Department of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, USA Musicology – Art History – Critical Theory – Hearing – Seeing – History of the Five Senses Scott A.
Lukas, Lake Tahoe Community College, South Lake Tahoe, California Anthropology and Interdisciplinary – The Five Senses – Sensory Tourism – Theming and the Senses – Remaking the Senses – Authenticity – Identity – Theme Parks David Mac Dougall, Research School of Humanities, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia Social Aesthetics – Visual Anthropology – Anthropology of Childhood – Sensory Anthropology – Cinema and the Senses Fiona Macpherson, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom Philosophy – Individuating, Comparing and Contrasting the Senses – Sensory Substitution and Deficits – Cross-Modal Perception – Synaesthesia – Representation and Phenomenal Character – Cognitive Penetration Ruth Mateus-Berr, University of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria Interdisciplinary – Cultural Sciences – Art – The Five (Six) Senses – Sensory Design – Science & Performance Art – Cross-sensory Perception – Sensual Urbanism & Architecture Carla Mazzio, University at Buffalo, SUNY, USA Literature/History of Science – Touch, Vision, Hearing – Sensory Disintegration – Senses and Affect, Mathematics, Rhetoric, Theater, and History of the Book David Melcher, Center for Mind/Brain Sciences, University of Trento, Italy Cognitive Neuroscience – Psychology – Interdisciplinary Interactions between Action and Perception (in particular, Visual and Motor Systems) E-mail: Birgit Meyer, VU University Amsterdam, Netherlands Anthropology/Religious Studies/ Interdisciplinary – Vision – Aisthesis – Visual Culture – Religion and Media – Material Religion – Pentecostalism – Senses and Community Kathy Mills, Queensland University of Technology, Kelvin Grove, Qld, Australia Education – sensoriality – literacy research – senses in filmmaking – digital technologies – embodiment and learning – kinesis and learning Mara Mills, New York University, New York, U. Media Studies/Disability Studies/History of Science – Communication Technologies Audiovisuality – Electroacoustics – Signal Processing – Haptic Technology – Sensory Difference Welleda Muller, Université Paris-Sorbonne, Paris, France Interdisciplinary Art History/Musicology — Sound in Sacred Space —Senses in Medieval Art — Cross-sensory Perception — Profane Iconography — Liturgical Furniture — Iconography of the Human Body Emilie K M Murphy, University of York & Royal Historical Society Centenary Fellow 2013-2014 at the Institute for Historical Research, University of London, UK Early Modern Cultural History — Soundscapes— Synaesthetic responses to Music — Noise — Listening / Performance Practices Natasha Myers, York University, Toronto, Canada Anthropology and Science & Technology Studies – Embodied Vision – Kinesthesia – Movement/Affect/Gesture – Plant Sensoria – Senses in Science & Art – Dance Kiersten Neumann, Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, Chicago, USA Near Eastern Art History/Archaeology – All Senses — Senses, Material Culture, the Built Environment – Sensory Experience and Ritualized Practice – Perception, Reception, and Interaction – Aesthetics and Affect Yoshimi Osawa, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan Ethnobiology — Anthropology — Taste — Smell — Food — Culture, Perception and the Senses — Business and Senses email: [email protected] O’Sullivan, Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK Visual Culture – Aesthetics – Art Theory – Continental Philosophy – Contemporary Art – Psycho/Schizo-analysis – The Production of Subjectivity Eric Palazzo, University of Poitiers, Centres d’études supérieures de civilisation médiévale, Institut universitaire de France (Paris), Poitiers, France Art History – Middle Ages – Images – Five Senses – Art, Liturgy and the Five Senses in the Medieval Period Davide Panagia, University of California Los Angeles, United States Political Theory/Cultural Studies/Aesthetics – Affect & Sensations – Visual – Aural – Gustatory – Hapticity – Ontology of Sensations – Spectatorship Studies – Photography, Film, Food Wendy Parkins, University Kent, Kent, UK Literature/Gender studies – Affects, Emotions & the Senses – Victorian Sensory & Material Culture – Embodiment & Gender – Pre-Raphaelitism & Aestheticism – Slow Food Joy Parr, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada Sensory Geography – Environmental History – Health Geography – Science and Technology Studies – Landscape Change – Rehabituation after Trauma Bissera V.
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This Directory is a compendium of the names of scholars who are actively engaged in social scientific or humanities-based research on the senses and perception.
Hearing, Proprioception, or The Five Senses, etc) — Cultural Geography — Multi-sensory apprehension of space, place and landscape — Sensation and light and dark — Senses and mobility — Habit, rhythm and sensation — Tourism and sensation — Ruins and sensation Nina Sun Eidsheim, University of California Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA Musicology – Voice – Music since 1950 – Cross-sensory Perception – Materiality – Transduction – Race – Ethics of Music https://upenn.edu/anthropology/people/palma Nicholas Evans, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia Linguistics – All Senses – Metaphorical/Cognitive Projections of the Senses – Linguistic Typology – Language Culture Nexus Georgia Frank, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York, USA Religious Studies Sight -Touch – Inner/Spiritual Senses – Ancient Christian literature – Byzantine liturgy – emotions – pilgrimage – asceticism – song Directory/georgia-frank Johannes Frasnelli, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Québec, Canada Neuroscience – Smell – taste – trigeminal system – crossmodal integration – crossmodal plasticity – neuropsychology – clinical Emmanuelle Friant, Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada Early Modern History – The Five Senses – Material Culture of Catholicism – Devotional Objects – Corporeality and Affects – Self and Identity – Confessionalization Michael Gallagher, University of Glasgow Geography/Sociology/Music – Sound and Hearing – Sonic Research Methods – Acoustic Ecology – Field Recording – Environmental Noise – Audio Media – Minimal and Repetitive Music Garrington, Durham University, Durham, UK Modernist Literature/Culture – Touch – The Haptic – Hands – Prosthetics – Affect – Epistolary Practice Charlie Gere, Lancaster Institute for Contemporary Arts, Lancaster University, United Kingdom Media Theory and History – Touch – The Digital – Technics and Community – Non-Community – Art – Technics – Deconstruction S.