Sensory Studies in Antiquity

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Founded in 2015 by Eleanor Betts and Jeff D. Veitch, Sensory Studies in Antiquity is an open forum for discussion and promotion of academic events relating to sensory studies of the ancient world, from prehistory to late antiquity, and across the Graeco-Roman world.

The research area of Sensory Studies includes a variety of academic disciplines across the humanities and sciences, and the Sensory Studies in Antiquity network seeks to facilitate and promote research carried out across these disciplines. We aim to bring together classicists, ancient historians and archaeologists working on various aspects of the senses, sensory experience and related fields. 

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