BC3368: History of Senses in England and France | D. Valenze

Undergraduate and Graduate Seminar
Tu 12:10-2PM

Examination of European understandings of human senses through the production and reception of art, literature, music, food, and sensual enjoyments in Britain and France. Readings include changing theories concerning the five senses; efforts to master the passions; the rise of sensibility and feeling for others; concerts and the patronage of art; the professionalization of the senses.

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