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Article

Mitchell, Jon P and Petty, Karis Jade (2020) Uncanny landscapes: an introduction. Material Religion, 16 (4). pp. 401-409. ISSN 1743-2200

Petty, Karis Jade (2020) The visual, the invisible, and blindness: the uncanny in self-landscape relations. Material Religion, 16 (4). pp. 452-470. ISSN 1743-2200

Petty, Karis Jade (2020) Beyond the senses: perception, the environment and vision impairment. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. ISSN 1359-0987 (Accepted)

Petty, Karis (2017) How do people with impaired vision experience the South Downs? South Downs National Park [weblog article, 4 July 2017].

Petty, Karis (2016) Unearthing the senses in our experience of woodlands. Woodland Trust [weblog article, 25 May 2016].

Book Section

Petty, Karis (2015) Walking through the woodlands: Learning to listen with companions who have impaired vision. In: Bull, Michael and Back, Les (eds.) The auditory culture reader, 2nd edition. Sensory Formations . Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 173-184. ISBN 9781472569028

Thesis

Petty, Karis Jade (2017) Walking with impaired vision: an anthropology of senses, skill and the environment. Doctoral thesis (PhD), University of Sussex.

Other

Bell, Sarah L and Petty, Karis Jade (2018) Supporting people with sight impairment to participate in group walks. University of Exeter and University of Sussex.

Petty, Karis Jade (2017) How do people with impaired vision experience the South Downs? South Downs National Park Authority.

Petty, Karis Jade (2016) Unearthing the senses in our experience of woodlands. School of Global Studies Blog [Weblog article, 20 June 2016].

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