Sensing China review

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Abstract

Although many of the chapters focus on individual senses, most of them end up demonstrating that no sense works in isolation and that sensation is always social and quite often emotional as well.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputText
PublisherMCLC Resource Center Publication
Publication statusPublished - 2023 Jan 9

Bibliographical note

Reviewed work(s):
Wu, Shengqing.. - Sensing China : Modern Transformations of Sensory Culture. - 2022. Routledge contemporary China series. - ISBN: 9781032008776. - 297 pages.

Subject classification (UKÄ)

  • Specific Languages
  • Cultural Studies
  • Specific Literatures
  • History

Keywords

  • senses
  • sonseory studies
  • China
  • Chinese history
  • smell
  • visuality
  • touch
  • Chinese cinema
  • Chinese literature
  • grassroots history

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