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Sensory history contribution to COVID-19 Archive

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Sensory history contribution to COVID-19 Archive

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These are the instuctions posted in Canvas for HST 643. Students enrolled in Global History Fall B at Arizona State University will all submit a story related to the pandemic and senory history
Sensescapes surround us. Every day we confront visual, audio, tactile, and olfactory information. We process that information as part of an experience. However, what gets remembered and preserved disproportionately are visual records, records of things people witnessed. Even today- video recordings and still images circulated over the internet.

Here's an example (Links to an external site.) of a submission I made to the archive.

For this assignment, you'll submit one item that captures a sensory memory that relates to the COVID-19 pandemic (other than sight). You'll submit your item to the COVID-19 Archive (Links to an external site.) on the "Share your Story Page." Include the the following metadata:

The title
The description (this is the most important part. What does this sensory history tell us about the history of the pandemic?
Tags: at a minimum (Arizona State University, HST 643, and Sensory History)
Type: Audio recording, story (about a sensory experience), recipe, etc.
Date
Contributor (your name)
Location (where did/does this memory take place).

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Screenshot

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Curator's Tags (Omeka Classic)

Contributor's Tags (a true folksonomy) (Friend of a Friend)

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Date Submitted (Dublin Core)

10/12/2020

Date Modified (Dublin Core)

10/12/2020

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Title Alternate label Class
The Smell of Quarantine Linked Data Text
Cherry wood and the smoker Linked Data Text
I Stood Beneath An Orange Sky Linked Data Interactive Resource
The Silence of Moab Linked Data Text
Food Storage Sourdough Bread Linked Data Interactive Resource
Our Six-Week, COVID-19 Baking Crisis Linked Data Text
Hospital Sensory Experience Linked Data Image
A Covid-19 July 4th, 2020 Linked Data Text
Waiting for My Next Breath of Fresh Air Linked Data Text
Grateful For An Injury Linked Data Interactive Resource
Loud noises and Quiet Cooking Linked Data Interactive Resource
Sounds of Corona Linked Data Sound
Fresh Air, But For Only So Long Linked Data Interactive Resource
The end of quiet time in the home. Linked Data Interactive Resource
Muted Sense of Smell Linked Data Interactive Resource
Bedtime Band Linked Data Interactive Resource
Time to Complete a Decade-Old Project Linked Data Interactive Resource
So Much Noise, So Little Peace Linked Data Interactive Resource
When the Airport Becomes a Library Linked Data Image
A Trip to a Silent Hospital Linked Data Text
Sounds of Chronic Lung Disease Linked Data Sound
An Empty Theater Linked Data Moving Image
Patients without voices Linked Data Image
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Title Alternate label Class
A Sight to Be Seen Link Interactive Resource
Silence at School, March 2020 Link Text

This item was submitted on October 12, 2020 by Katy Kole de Peralta using the form “Share Your Story” on the site “A Journal of the Plague Year”: https://covid-19archive.org/s/archive

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