COLLOQUIA 2022-2023


University of California, Berkeley
2022-2023 Calendar

September, 2-4

        International Workshop
        Title: Wine and the Global Urbe: Science, Tourism and Branded Environments
        [Call for Papers]

Friday, September 9

       TSWG 2022-2023 Planning Meeting
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Monday, October 17

        Colloquium featuring Luis Felipe R. Murillo
        Title: Hacker Tours, Trajectories and Circuits
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Friday, October 21

        Colloquium featuring Jingming He and Yingrun Li
        Title: The Liquor Cultural Heritage, Brand Formation and Its
                Challenges of Maotai Town, China

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Friday, October 28

        Colloquium featuring Mary Mostafanezhad
        Title: Particulates Politics: Tourism, Air Pollution, and
                Socio-Environmental Crisis in Northern Thailand

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November, 9-13

        Late Breaking Panel - AAA Meetings
        Title: Tourism Anthropology: War, Migration and Refugees
        [Call for Papers]

Friday, November 18

        Colloquium featuring Jackie Feldman
        Title: Selfies in Auschwitz: Civil Religious Pilgrimage and the
                Challenges of the Digital Age

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Friday, December 16

        Colloquium featuring Marina Novelli
        Title: Travel and Tourism in the Age of Global Challenges and Sustainability
        [read more]

Friday, January 27

        Colloquium featuring Elham Zadeh
        Title: Isfahan: A Narrative of Continuity in Rupture Moments of a Revolution
        [read more]

Friday, February 3

        Colloquium featuring Natalia Bloch, Kathleen M. Adams, Stephanie Malia Hom
        Title: The Intersections of Tourism, Migration, and Exile
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Friday, February 17

        Colloquium featuring Yunzi Zhang
        Title: "Exotic" Xinjiang and Han Chinese Tourism:
                A Review of Tourism Economic Policies and Practices
        [read more]

Friday, March 24

        Colloquium featuring Dean MacCannell
        Title: My First Two Days With Juan Arvallo, Chief of the Pai Pai
        [read more]

Friday, April 28

        Colloquium featuring Yuanyuan Yu
        Title: Neoliberalism, Religion, and Tourism: A Study on the Hierarchical Construction
                of Sacred Spaces in Dalada Maligawa (the Temple of the Tooth), Sri Lanka
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Friday, May 5

        Colloquium featuring Naomi Leiete
        Title: Connecting Elsewhere, Otherwise: Thoughts on Why We (Still) Travel
                in a Hyper-Connected Age

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This colloquium series is co-sponsored by the Graduate Assembly and the Townsend Center for the Humanities. For more information about this event, or about our ongoing colloquium series, write to


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