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Smell; olfactory perception

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Article John Wilkins (2020)
Bodily Fluids (‘Humours’) and Flavours in Galen’s Simple Medicines. Archives Internationales d'Histoire des Sciences (pp. 54-75). (/isis/citation/CBB497708482/) unapi

Article Christy Spackman (June 2020)
In smell’s shadow: Materials and politics at the edge of perception. Social Studies of Science (pp. 418-439). (/isis/citation/CBB826002581/) unapi

Article Morana Alač (June 2020)
Beyond intersubjectivity in olfactory psychophysics II: Troubles with the Object. Social Studies of Science (pp. 474-502). (/isis/citation/CBB449761523/) unapi

Article Morana Alač (June 2020)
Beyond intersubjectivity in olfactory psychophysics I: Troubles with the Subject. Social Studies of Science (pp. 440-473). (/isis/citation/CBB202123635/) unapi

Book Katelynn Robinson (2019)
The Sense of Smell in the Middle Ages: A Source of Certainty. (/isis/citation/CBB133743847/) unapi

Article Emily Stark; Jeremy Pitt; Alfian Nur Wicaksono; et al. (December 2018)
Odorveillance and the Ethics of Robotic Olfaction. IEEE Technology and Society Magazine (pp. 16-19). (/isis/citation/CBB143810266/) unapi

Article Jaakko Suominen; Antti Silvast; Tuomas Harviainen (April 2018)
Smelling Machine History: Olfactory Experiences of Information Technology. Technology and Culture (pp. 313-337). (/isis/citation/CBB669892660/) unapi

Book Melanie A. Kiechle; Paul S. Sutter (2017)
Smell Detectives: An Olfactory History of Nineteenth-Century Urban America. (/isis/citation/CBB388564580/) unapi

Article Ned Weidner (2017)
Rotting Fish in Paradise: Putrefaction, Ecophobia, and Olfactory Imaginations of Southern California. Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Science, and Technology (pp. 237-251). (/isis/citation/CBB687778607/) unapi

Thesis Andrew Kettler (2017)
Odor and Power in the Americas: Olfactory Consciousness from Columbus to Emancipation. (/isis/citation/CBB345277110/) unapi

Article Florence Bourbon (2016)
Les odeurs pathologiques dans la collection hippocratique: identification, statut et traitement. Medicina nei secoli (pp. 561-582). (/isis/citation/CBB297912466/) unapi

Chapter Han Baltussen (2015)
Understanding Odours in Problemata 12–13: Peripatetic Problems Concerning the Elusive Sense of Smell. (pp. 172-189). (/isis/citation/CBB029035389/) unapi

Book Jonathan Reinarz (2014)
Past Scents: Historical Perspectives on Smell. (/isis/citation/CBB025338985/) unapi

Chapter Baert, Barbara (2013)
“An Odour. A Taste. A Touch. Impossible To Describe”: Noli me tangere and the Senses. (p. 111). (/isis/citation/CBB001201648/) unapi

Article Read, Sophie (2013)
Ambergris and Early Modern Languages of Scent. Seventeenth Century (p. 221). (/isis/citation/CBB001200525/) unapi

Article Pemberton, Neil (2013)
The Bloodhound's Nose Knows? Dogs and Detection in Anglo-American Culture. Endeavour: Review of the Progress of Science (pp. 196-208). (/isis/citation/CBB001213635/) unapi

Thesis Barwich, Ann-Sophie (cited 2013)
Making Sense of Smell: Classifications and Model Thinking in Olfaction Theory. (/isis/citation/CBB001567549/) unapi

Article Hoffmann, Beata (2013)
Scent in Science and Culture. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 31-47). (/isis/citation/CBB001213727/) unapi

Book McHugh, James (2012)
Sandalwood and Carrion: Smell in Indian Religion and Culture. (/isis/citation/CBB001421113/) unapi

Article Jenner, Mark S. R. (2011)
Follow Your Nose? Smell, Smelling, and Their Histories. American Historical Review (pp. 335-351). (/isis/citation/CBB001212188/) unapi

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