Presentations delivered at the “Capitalism and the Senses” in November 2020 are now online!

Presentations delivered at the “Capitalism and the Senses” in November 2020 are now online--this conference, organized by the Hagley Museum and Library explored the sensory history of capitalism—the ways that seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, and touching have shaped, and been shaped by, capitalist processes and social relations. Collectively the papers stress how capitalism has drawn on the embodied power of the senses and, in turn, influenced how sensory experience has developed.

Presentations delivered at the “Capitalism and the Senses” in November 2020 are now online!

Presentations delivered at the “Capitalism and the Senses” in November 2020 are now online--this conference, organized by the Hagley Museum and Library explored the sensory history of capitalism—the ways that seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, and touching have shaped, and been shaped by, capitalist processes and social relations. Collectively the papers stress how capitalism has drawn on the embodied power of the senses and, in turn, influenced how sensory experience has developed.

Presentations delivered at the “Capitalism and the Senses” in November 2020 are now online!

Presentations delivered at the “Capitalism and the Senses” in November 2020 are now online--this conference, organized by the Hagley Museum and Library explored the sensory history of capitalism—the ways that seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, and touching have shaped, and been shaped by, capitalist processes and social relations.

Presentations delivered at the “Capitalism and the Senses” in November 2020 are now online!

Presentations delivered at the “Capitalism and the Senses” in November 2020 are now online--this conference, organized by the Hagley Museum and Library explored the sensory history of capitalism—the ways that seeing, hearing, tasting, smelling, and touching have shaped, and been shaped by, capitalist processes and social relations. Collectively the papers stress how capitalism has drawn on the embodied power of the senses and, in turn, influenced how sensory experience has developed.

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