Beyond disciplines: come to your senses

Monday 28 November 2016

(Podcast released by Concordia University, Montreal)

How do we use our senses in everyday life? How do people with disabilities experience the sensory world? Join us on this episode of Beyond Disciplines for an immersive sensory exploration and discussion that will challenge the way you think of your senses.

Featuring interviews with the following researchers at Concordia University:
-Claudine Gauthier (Department of Physics)
-Piet Davos (visiting postdoctoral Fellow, Centre for Sensory Studies)
-Owen Chapman (Department of Communication Studies; Mobile Media Lab)
-Jill Didur (Department of English)

Hosted by Danica Evering, and produced by Aaron Lakoff and Simone Lucas.

Beyond Disciplines is a podcast of the Faculty of Arts and Science at Concordia University in Montreal.

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