In this article I draw from my research about gender, identity, and the home, to discuss the visual and the other senses in ethnographic experience and anthropological representation. First, I discuss how visual ethnographic research might appreciate the sensory nature of experience. Seeing the home as both the context and subject of ﬁeld- work, I shall introduce the idea of the ‘sensory home’. This refers to the home as a domain composed of different sensory elements (smell, touch, taste, vision, sound) that is simultaneously understood and created through the sensory experience and manipulation of these elements. I then explore how such visual and sensory research might best be represented as text that is conversant with mainstream anthropology. I shall suggest that while ﬁlm and writing have both tackled this theme, hypermedia offers new possibilities that might bridge the gap between written and visual anthropology.
Ethnographic Experience and Anthropological Hypermedia
Todd Samuel Presner
In this article, I will discuss how my own work on a project called "Hypermedia Berlin"—a Web-based study of Berlin's "cultural geography"—can be situated in a lineage that goes back to Hoffmann's reflection on media and represents another instantiation of what Hinrich Seeba has called "Berlin" as a site for the development of new cultural-critical methodologies for interdisciplinary German Studies.
Barbara Robertson and Mark J. Flowers
. Holshausen ( 2010 ), ‘ Podcasts: Are they an effective tool to enhance student learning? A case study from McMaster University, Hamilton Canada ’, Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia 19 , no. 3 : 349 – 362 . http://www.editlib.org/p/30510
Embodiment Technologies in Science/Fiction
-Hinrik Schmidt . 2011 . “ Produsage: A Closer Look at Continuing Developments .” New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia , 17 ( 1 ): 3 – 7 . doi: 10.1080/13614568.2011.563626 . 10.1080/13614568.2011.563626 Burden , David , and Maggi Savin-Baden . 2019