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#348 Spray Paint, Sludge and Sautéed Onions: Smellscapes of New Belgrade

This paper examines olfactory perceptions and nostalgic memories, focusing on the dwelling experiences in large housing estates and deems sensory experiences collective and intersubjective. The focus on olfaction has been selected as smells possess the capacity to evoke home and...
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#170 Sensory Impairment or Alternative Way of Life: Participating the Blind World in Japan.

In an undergraduate classroom of cultural anthropology 2019, we planned to research the blind and weak sight. We designed 10 students to learn the world of their world, step by step. What we found in that classroom was how the...
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#70 Playing in the Uncanny: In Search of the Otherwise of Poland’s Jewish Revival

Anti-Semitism has been integral to Poland’s nation-building process since the sixteenth century. Nonetheless, since the fall of Communism in 1989, Poland has been experiencing a Jewish revival, run for the most part by non-Jewish Poles. Scholars have argued that, more...