Prologue: Introduction to Sensori-Legal Studies
Published online by Cambridge University Press: 10 October 2019
- Canadian Journal of Law and Society / La Revue Canadienne Droit et Société , Volume 34 , Special Issue 2: Vers une déstabilisation du sensorium du droit: Étude de la jurisprudence des sens / Troubling Law’s Sensorium: Explorations in Sensational Jurisprudence , August 2019 , pp. 173 - 189
- Copyright © Canadian Law and Society Association / Association Canadienne Droit et Société 2019
The research on which the articles by Charlene Elliott, Christiane Wilke, and Sheryl Hamilton, as well as this introduction, are based was funded by a grant from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC no. 435-2015-1416). “The Othered Senses” workshop, at which all of the above articles, as well as the articles by Sean Mulcahy, Safiyah Rochelle, Mike Mopas, and John Shiga were first presented as papers, was funded in large part by a Connection grant from the SSHRC (no. 611-2017-0300. On behalf of my fellow contributors, I wish to thank the editors of the CJLS/RCDS, Eric Reiter and Marie-Eve Sylvestre, and the legion of anonymous reviewers, for their many helpful comments on earlier drafts of our papers. For my part, I wish to thank Constance Classen and Sheryl Hamilton for helping me attune my thinking to the life of the senses in law.