ISA Forum of Sociology
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
April 25 - September 30, 2019
Established in 2011
Recent social research on the senses has drawn attention to the manifold roles that the senses play in everyday life. Studies address the multifaceted ways through which sensorial analyses throw light on conceptions of social categories such as ethnicity, class, and gender, as well as the manner in which sensory experiences structure everyday life. This thematic group is an endeavour towards analysing both theoretically and empirically, how the senses work as socio-cultural phenomena in different societies or cultures.
Beginning with the premise that the senses afford a lens on the manner in which social life is organised, including how they shed light on power structures, social relationships and macro-micro interconnections, the goal of TG07 Senses and Society is to expand the literature and generate theoretical inquiry into the subtle interrelations of sensory experiences in shaping the social.
To realize these objectives TG07 will
|President||Kelvin LOW, National University of Singapore, Singapore, firstname.lastname@example.org|
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|Secretary-Treasurer||Noorman ABDULLAH, National University of Singapore, Singapore, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Members-at-Large||Jean DURUZ, University of South Australia, Australia
Emma FELTON, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Florence FIGOLS, Concordia University, Canada
William GIBSON, University College London, United Kingdom
Mariangela Mihai JORDAN, Cornell University, USA
Devorah KALEKIN-FISHMAN, University of Haifa, Israel
Alexandre MARCHANT, ENS Cachan, France
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Kelvin LOW, email@example.com
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