The Five Senses During and After Industrialization

Sep 20, 2001

Lecture at the GHI | Speaker: Robert Jütte, Robert Bosch Foundation | Lecture Series: The History of the Senses


Fall Lecture Series 2001

The History of the Senses

The Five Senses During and After Industrialization 
September 20, 2001
Robert Jütte (Robert Bosch Foundation)

Visionary Science in Medieval Germany: Hildegard von Bingen’s SCIVIAS 
October 02, 2001
E. Ann Matter (University of Pennsylvania)

Freud’s Nose: The Denigration of Olfaction and the Birth of Psychoanalysis 
October 18, 2001
David Howes (Concordia University)

The Reverberations of History: The Culture of Listening and the Reconstruction of the Past 
November 01, 2001
Emily Thompson (University of Pennsylvania)

Adam’s Finger: Michelangelo’s Touch? 
November 16, 2001
Marjorie O’Rourke Boyle (University of Toronto)

Chocolate Ice Cream and Hot Orange Light: A Tasteful Exploration of Modern Art
December 06, 2001
Constance Classen (Concordia University)