Ahmanson-Getty Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles

Andrew Kettler researches the use of olfactory language in the making of racial, class, and gendered metaphors that were used to assert forms of state, religious and patriarchal power during the Enlightenment. He has recently published some of these original findings in Senses and Society, the Journal of American Studies, in the Australian Feminist Law Journal and in the edited collection Empire of the Senses. Kettler has also published numerous book reviews, encyclopedia entries, has three articles currently under review and will shortly circulate an additional research chapter within an upcoming edited collection on the Renaissance.

Experience

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    Ahmanson-Getty Fellow, University of California, Los Angeles