Table of contents for The city and the senses : urban culture since 1500 / edited by Alexander Cowan and Jill Steward.

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Contents
List of figures
Contributors 
Acknowledgements
Introduction 
Jill Steward and Alexander Cowan
Part One An environment of all the senses
1. 	Stench in sixteenth-century Venice 
 Jo Wheeler
2. 	¿Not carrying out the vile and mechanical arts¿. Touch as a measure of social distinction in early modern Venice
 Alexander Cowan
3. 	Speaking and listening in early modern London
 Laura Wright
4	Engineering vision in early modern Paris
 	Ulf Strohmayer
Part Two The culture of consumption
5.	Touching London: contact, sensibility and the city 
 	Ava Arndt
6.	Sewers and sensibilities: the bourgeois faecal experience in the nineteenth-century city
.	David Inglis
7.	¿We demand good and healthy beer.¿ The nutritional and social significance of beer for the lower classes in mid-nineteenth-century Munich
 Kim Carpenter
8. 	Boulevard culture and advertising as spectacle in nineteenth-century Paris
Hazel Hahn
Part Three Cultural control and cultural subversion
 9. 	A taste of Vienna: food as a signifier of urban modernity in Vienna 1890-1930
 Janet Stewart
10.	Seeing imperial Berlin: Lesser Ury, the painter as stranger
 	Dorothy Rowe
11.	Street noises: celebrating the Liberation of Paris in music and dance
 	Rosemary Wakeman
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cities and towns -- Europe -- History.
Senses and sensation -- Europe -- History.
Sociology, Urban -- Europe.
Europe -- History -- 1492-.
Europe -- Social conditions.