Shining Signs of the Day. Spaces and Senses in Transatlantic Culture
This book contains articles on how the representation of and commitment to the senses have affected the media and their psychological, physical and aesthetic impact on social spaces. In this display of literary criticism, philosophy, film and audiovisual studies, political theory, sound studies, affect theory, world literature, and urban studies, the authors have dealt with a wide variety of subjects, ranging from steamboats to Skateboards, texts from Catullus to V of Vendetta, and have even rethought the cultural geography of the Atlantic.
Bronislava Greskovicova-Chang, Carlos Varón González, David Yagüe González y Ana Yáñez Rodríguez