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    Law and the Senses

    LAW AND THE SENSES critically reflects on the relationship between law and the senses via contributions from a wide range of fields, and intersecting contemporary debates alimented by spatial, material, affective and post-human turns in philosophy, social and legal theory, critical geography, arts and the humanities. The growing ‘sensory turn’ in scholarship has seen an increasing number of publications. Established literature has dealt with the relation between law and the senses from phenomenological positions, or by considering the senses as objects of legal regulation. In contrast, this series takes a trans-disciplinary approach across different disciplines, notably: law, anthropology, art, philosophy, cultural studies, and social sciences.