Ex-formation as a method for mapping smellscapes

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McLean, K.;

‘Every city, let me teach you, has its own smell.’\ud \ud This quote, from an early chapter of E.M. Forster’s ‘A Room With a View’, points to a humanistic understanding of global urban smellscapes with the potential therein for shared understanding.\ud \ud Exploring opt... View more
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