COLLOQUIA 2021-2022


University of California, Berkeley
2021-2022 Calendar

Friday, August 22

       2021-2022 Organizing Meeting
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Friday, October 29

        Colloquium featuring Thomas Apchain and Dean MacCannell
        Title: Tourism—merely religious elements or is it a new religion?
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Friday, November 5

        Colloquium featuring Yanqi Wei
        Title: Red Tourism as Cultural Governance—Curating the Long March Memorial site
                in Tibetan Sichuan

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Friday, November 12

        Colloquium featuring Wenhong Luo and Nelson Graburn
        Title: Curating Pasts: Tourism and the Musealization of Chinese Cities.
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Friday, December 3

        Colloquium featuring Yujie Zhu with Lucie K. Morisset and Michael A. Di Giovine
        Title: Heritage Tourism: From Problems to Possibilities
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Friday, March 11

        Colloquium featuring Érica Zibetti
        Title: "I think tourism in Barra has a future": Perceptions and Stances of
                Barra da Lagoa's Fishermen in 2001 and 2021
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March 24-26

        International Conference
        Title: Tourism and Musical Imaginaries
        [call for papers]

Friday, April 1

        Colloquium featuring Yunzi Zhang
        Title: Chinese Culture and Chinese Outbound Tourism: A Book Proposal
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Friday, April 29

        Colloquium featuring András Margitay-Becht and Dana R. Herrera
        Title: Swarm Intelligence and Tourism: A Review
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Friday, May 6

        Colloquium featuring Fatima Rocha
        Title: Beyond the Barcelos Rooster: Souvenir Design and the Representation
                of Portuguese Cultural Identity
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Friday, May 13

        Colloquium featuring Frank Yen Wao and Li-Ying Hung
        Title: Student Research from Berkeley: Hangzhou, China and Quemoy, Taiwan
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