Sensorial politics

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Abstract

This article serves as an introduction to the special section on Sensorial Politics, which includes articles by Nicholas Caverly, Elsa Davidson, Susan Falls and Ali Kenner. The introduction outlines the arguments of the articles before proceeding to a discussion of the common themes they illuminate as a whole. In particular, they address four key issues: the relationship between the sensorial and the political; the role of sensorial disruption and its political effects; the issue of labor; and the issue of knowledge. We conclude that while these pieces advance our understanding of the relationships between the sensorium and politics, they also open up avenues for ongoing research and theorization, particularly in our contemporary situation, in which the Covid-19 pandemic has recast sensorial politics in new ways.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1069-1078
Number of pages10
JournalEnvironment and Planning C: Politics and Space
Volume39
Issue number6
DOIs
StatePublished - Sep 2021

Keywords

  • politics
  • Sensorium
  • the senses

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