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Sensory history submissions and the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Sensory history submissions and the COVID-19 Pandemic

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I am teaching HST 643 Global History at Arizona State University during the Spring A semester of 2021. For the second time, I am asking enrolled students to submit a sensory history story related to the pandemic. The students were instructed to read at least the introduction of Melanie Kiechle's Smell Detectives before posting their story. This way, they would have a better understanding of what sensory history is and why it matters. I revised the instructions this time to push students toward non-visual stories.

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01/13/2021

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01/14/2021

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Clinton Kelly's 3H Lemon Sauce Linked Data Interactive Resource
The Scent of a Deli Linked Data Text
COVID Smells Linked Data Text
Sounds of nature over while civilization takes a break Linked Data Interactive Resource
Voices No Longer Heard Linked Data Interactive Resource
Sensory Limitations While Job Seeking in a COVID Environment Linked Data Text
Smelly Hands Are Clean Hands Linked Data Interactive Resource
Embracing the Plants Linked Data Interactive Resource
Lionel Trains & Billy Joel Linked Data Interactive Resource
Out of the Woodwork: Innovation of Sanitation in 2020 Linked Data Interactive Resource
COVID-19 and Daycare Linked Data Interactive Resource
School Bells and Silence Linked Data Interactive Resource
Thanksgiving Dressing Connection Linked Data Interactive Resource
My kidney transplant story, during the era of COVID-19 Linked Data Text
The Game of COVID Life Linked Data Interactive Resource
Helon's Hungarian Goulash Linked Data Interactive Resource
The Smell of the Pandemic, Face Coverings in 2020 Linked Data Interactive Resource
Sensory History: What Does The Plague Year Smell Like? Linked Data Interactive Resource
Fewer people are crossing back to the United States, and less noise. Linked Data Interactive Resource
Silent Bells & Quiet Halls: An Auditory Experience of the COVID-19 Pandemic Linked Data Interactive Resource
Cold in the Classroom Linked Data Interactive Resource
The Changing Sounds of Public Education During the Covid-19 Pandemic Linked Data Interactive Resource
The Smell of Bread Linked Data Interactive Resource
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The Silencing of Industry Link Interactive Resource
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This item was submitted on January 13, 2021 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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