Reading List

Learn more about contemporary sensory practice and sensory research with our reading list

A Cultural History of the Senses in the Modern Age, 1920-2000.” London and New York: Bloomsbury, 2014 David Howes, ed.,

“A geography of time” Robert Levine

“Alien Abduction Hypnogogia” Clancy S and McNally R.

“Anthropologie et Sociétés” David Howes et Jean-Sébastien Marcoux, eds., La culture sensible, 30(3)numéro spécial, 2006

Aroma: The Cultural History of Smell”, Constance Classen, David Howes & Anthony Synnott,, London and New York: Routledge, 1994 ( translated into Portuguese, Japanese, Korean and Greek)

“Art and synaesthesia: in search of the synesthetic experience” Heyrman. H. 2005

“Artistic and psychological experiments” Cretin

“Auditory pitch as a perceptual analogue to odor quality”, Belkin et al. 1997

“Brain electrical activity and subjective experience during altered

Cross-Cultural Consumption: Global Markets, Local Realities,” David Howes, ed., London and New York: Routledge, 1996

“Cross-Cultural Jurisprudence/La jurisprudence transculturelle”, 20(1) The Canadian Journal of Law and Society special issue, 2005 David Howes, ed.,

“Cross-modal integration between odors and abstract symbols” – Seo et al 2010

“Current perspectives and methods in studying neural mechanisms of multi-sensory interactions”, Jane Klemen, Christopher D. Chambers 2012

“Deep Listening: A composer’s sound practice” – Oliveros. P.

“Defining Synaesthesia” – Simner J 2012

Empire of the Senses: The Sensual Culture Reader.” Oxford and New York: Berg, 2004 David Howes, ed.,

“Evaluating Non-Speech Sound Visualizations for

“Flowers of evil” Baudelaire

“Follow your nose? Smell, Semlling, and their histories” Jenner. M

“Food quality and preference” – Crisnel & Spence 2012

“Hypnagogia: The nature of the hypnagogic experience” Mavromatis

“In the realm of the senses” Jay M

“Induced Cross-modal synaesthetic Experience without abnormal neuronal connections”, Cohen Kadosh et a. 2009

“Microdream neurophenomenology” Nielson et al. 2017

“On Being Heard: A case for paying attention to the historical ear” Rosenfeld S

“Perception and Multimodality” O'Callaghan C 2008

“Sensory modalities are not separate modalities: plasticity and interactions”, 2007 Shinsuke Shimojo* and Ladan Shams†

“Sleep Paralysis: phenomenology, neurophysiology and treatment” Elizaveta Solomonova1,2

“states of consciousness: ganzfeld and hypnagogic states” Jiˇr´ı Wackermann*, Peter Pu¨tz, Simone Bu¨chi, Inge Strauch, Dietrich Lehmann

“Synaesthesia and the Bauhaus” Carolina 2014

“Synaesthesia” Ward. J 2012

“The Cambridge Primary Review“

“The Deepest Sense: A Cultural History of Touch” (Studies in Sensory History Classen. C 2012

“The Digital Age and its implication for learning and teaching in the primary school” Burnett report 2016

“The Divine Optician” Riksin, J

“The Fall of public man” Sennett R.

“The inexhaustible wonder of life” Moholgnagy lecture

“The poetics of Space” – Gaston Bachelard

“The Porta of Touch” Harvey D.

“The Senses of Taste” (AHR Forum) Priscilla Parkhurst Ferguson

“This is your brain on music, understanding a human obsession” Levitin, D.

“Translations of Material to Technology in Bauhaus Architecture” Mindrup

Ways of Sensing: Understanding the Senses in Society.” David Howes and Constance Classen,  London: Routledge, 2014