An ecology of sensing: tracking embodied processes for science, fun, and profit

A talk in the joint CMU-University of Pittsburgh ‘Environmental Humanities Research Seminar’. My paper was delivered and there was a response by Jesse Stiles, Assistant Professor of Sound Media at CMU and an accomplished sound artist and musician.

The paper was based on my invited submission to Resilience: A journal of the Environmental Humanities, a Special Issue on the senses which is coming out this year.

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