Synesthesia
Last updated: 8.May.2022
These pages are created by:

Sean A. Day, Ph.D.

sean.day@tridenttech.edu

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Four new co-edited books on synesthesia are now published and available in print and open access.

Jörg Jewanski, Sean A. Day, Saleh Siddiq, Michael Haverkamp, and Christoph Reuter (Eds.) (2020). Music and Synesthesia. Abstracts from a Conference in Vienna, scheduled for July 3–5, 2020. Dortmund, Germany: readbox unipress (= Wissenschaftliche Schriften der WWU Münster XVIII/14). 199 pp., paperback, ISBN: 978-3-8405-0227-9, EUR 22,20

for a print copy, please order here

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Sidoroff-Dorso, Anton, Sean A. Day, and Jörg Jewanski (Eds.) (2020). Synaesthesia: Opinions and Perspectives. 30 Interviews with Leading Scientists, Artists and Synaesthetes. Dortmund, Germany: readbox unipress (= Wissenschaftliche Schriften der WWU Münster VIII/5). 442 pp., paperback, ISBN: 978-3-8405-0228-6, EUR 32,60

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Nikolaeva, Nina, Svetlana Konanchuk, and Jörg Jewanski (Eds.) (2020). Synesthesia: The Synthesis of Arts in World Art Culture. Abstracts from a Conference held in Saint Petersburg, March 4–5, 2019. Dortmund, Germany: readbox unipress (= Wissenschaftliche Schriften der WWU Münster XVIII/15). 200 pp., paperback, ISBN: 978-3-8405-0230-9, EUR 20,80

for a print copy, please order here

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Gutjahr, Marco, Jörg Jewanski und Rebekka R. Tibbe (Hrsg.) (2020). Gemalte Musik. Rudolf Gahlbecks Schriften zur Farbe-Ton-Forschung. Dortmund, Germany: readbox unipress (= Wissenschaftliche Schriften der WWU Münster XVIII/16). 165 pp., paperback, ISBN: 978-3-8405-0232-3, EUR 20,50

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All four books are listed as new releases at the University’s website here


The International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists, and Scientists (IASAS) 
https://iasasevents.com/
is pleased to announce a synaesthesia symposium:

Synaesthesia and the Student
May 27th – 28th 2022 
A free on-line conference
(no registration or membership fees involved)


ACQUIRE TICKETS HERE



KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: 

Daphne Maurer: "A rainbow-coloured alphabet: A developmental perspective on synaesthesia"

Julia Simner: "Synaesthesia in children"