Power, Society, and the Senses: A Workshop
Power, Society and the Senses: A Workshop examined the role played by the senses in the development and exercise of power as defined according to ability, class, gender, and race.
The Workshop is organized by Toby Harper (School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, ASU) and Richard Newhauser (Department of English, ASU).
Technical and media support by Bruce Matsunaga and program design by Kristen LaRue-Sandler (both Department of English, ASU).
Thanks to Sonia Rodriguez, Assistant to Athena Salman (AZ House of Representatives); Robert Nolan, Assistant to Juan Mendez (AZ Senate); Rachel Emling (Department of English, ASU); Valeria Cabello (Institute for Humanities Research, ASU).
Sponsored by The Institute for Humanities Research at ASU-Tempe; and generous support from the following units in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Department of English; Dean of Humanities; History Faculty in the School for Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies; Arizona Center for
Medieval and Renaissance Studies; and School of International Letters and Cultures.
Image: Arizona Capitol building in Phoenix, Arizona by Gage Skidmore on Flickr. Used under CC 2.0