in Empire of the Senses
ContentsList of Illustrations VIINotes on Contributors VIIIIntroduction: Making Sense of Colonial Encounters and New Worlds 1Daniela Hacke and Paul MusselwhiteCultural EncountersTouching on Communication: Visual and Textual Representations of Touch as Friendship in Early Colonial Encounters 35Céline CarayonMission Soundscapes: Demons, Jesuits, and Sounds in Antonio Ruiz de Montoya’s Conquista Espiritual (1639) 67Jutta ToelleSinging with Strangers in Early Seventeenth-Century New France 88Michaela Ann CameronColonial SubjectivityThe Pain of Senses Escaping: Eighteenth-Century Europeans and the Sensory Challenges of the Caribbean 115Annika RaapkeColor Visions: Perceiving Nature in the Portuguese Atlantic World 140Marília dos Santos LopesStructures of KnowledgeColonial Sensescapes: Thomas Harriot and the Production of Knowledge 165Daniela HackeMerian and the Pineapple: Visual Representation of the Senses 190Megan Baumhammer and Claire Kennedy“Delightful a Fragrance”: Native American Olfactory Aesthetics within the Eighteenth-Century Anglo-American Botanical Community 223Andrew KettlerColonial ProjectsThe Aromas of Flora’s Wide Domains: Cultivating Gardens, Aromas, and Political Subjects in the Late Seventeenth-Century English Atlantic 257Kate MulryExploring Underwater Worlds: Diving in the Late Seventeenth-/Early Eighteenth-Century British Empire 300Rebekka von MallinckrodtIndex 323

Empire of the Senses

Sensory Practices of Colonialism in Early America


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