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Sensual Relations: Engaging The Senses In Culture & Social Theory

Howes, David

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ISBN 10: 0472068466 / ISBN 13: 9780472068463
Editorial: The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 2006, 2006
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22.5 x 15.0cms, 284pp, very good paperback & cover This eclectic and penetrating exploration of sensory experience's relationship with cultural expression reclaims sensation as a fundamental domain of social theory. It looks at fasting, appearing and being heard in Massim cuture; gustatory cannibalism; the visible & invisibility in a Middle Sepik society; Oedipus in the Trobriands; the material body of the commodity. N° de ref. de la librería 112776

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Título: Sensual Relations: Engaging The Senses In ...

Editorial: The University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 2006

Año de publicación: 2006

Encuadernación: Soft cover

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"The notion of sensual relations as social relations offers Howes a densely saturated framework for important new theoretical insights into Marx, Freud, and the lived reality of the Melanesian peoples." --Julia Harrison, Trent University -- (05/09/2003) "Howes's Sensual Relations is a must for anyone interested in anthropology coming to its senses. This remarkable book is a subtle and most eloquent contribution to theories of culture and the interplay of the senses, a full-bodied solution to the dry regimes of western mentality, textuality, and visuality. A model of anthropology's radical engagement with the sensuous." --Jacques Chevalier, Carleton University -- (04/09/2003) "Howes' exploration of the varying primacy of each of the senses in two Melanesian societies and in the West is a pleasure to read. His intelligence, enormous command of the literature, and the way he so convincingly chooses his arguments keep the reader fascinated throughout the whole of the book." --Carol Laderman, The City University of New York -- (05/22/2003)

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