Both an introduction to sensory ethnography and a bold display of the sophisticated use of the sensory for contemporary ethnography, Global South Ethnographies: Minding the Senses reflects both indigenous and non-mainstream takes on the sensory and the sensual in ethnographic practice. The authors provide a collection of original and timely chapters from both the hegemonic northern and Global Southern hemispheres. As the chapters stem from across a variety of disciplines, the book gives us novel ways of determining and perceiving the sensory.
Emerald, E., Rinehart, R. E., & Garcia, A. (2016). Global south ethnographies: Minding the senses. Global South Ethnographies: Minding the Senses (pp. 1–241). Sense Publishers. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6300-494-7