SMILE! IT'S YOUR NLI: nine scenes from a sensory ethnography
What if we consider an archive a sensorium, and ourselves as multisensory researcher-beings attentive to and curious about how embodied and affective experience infuses our practices as meaning makers and knowledge producers? I offer this experimental piece as a response to this question, and as a provocation/invitation to readers.
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