COLLOQUIA 2023-2024

 TOURISM STUDIES WORKING GROUP COLLOQUIUM SERIES 

University of California, Berkeley
2023-2024 Calendar

Friday, September 15

       TSWG 2023-2024 Planning Meeting
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Friday, September 22

        Colloquium featuring Nelson Graburn
        Title: "From Tarktuk - the darkness (of the North) to Qaumajuk - the light
                (of the Winnipeg Art Gallery): Transformations in Canadian Inuit Arts."

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Friday, October 20

        Colloquium featuring Tami Blumenfield
        Title: "We are All Mosuo": Creating Space and Producing Place at the
                Museum of the Mosuo People

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Friday, October 27

        Colloquium featuring Nilak Datta
        Title: The Loss of the Frontier and the Start of the Touristic West:
                 An Analysis of Theodore Roosevelt’s Sight-Marking Strategies

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Friday, December 1

        Colloquium featuring Nelson Graburn
        Title: Wines for the Tourist Table: A Modest Proposal for Hinterland China
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Friday, December 8

        Colloquium featuring Bill Newlin
        Title: Before Baedeker: Travel Guidebooks to 1840
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Friday, December 15

        Colloquium featuring Margaret-Ann Simonetta
        Title: Harry Potter and the Wizarding Tourist
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Friday, February 9

        Colloquium featuring Juliet Flower MacCannell
        Title: A Tale of Two Cities
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Friday, February 23

        Colloquium featuring Shaqfat Hussain
        Title: The Shangrila Diaries
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Friday, March 8

        Colloquium featuring Dean MacCannell
        Title: An Authentic Urban Imaginary Against the Tourist Urban Imagery
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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 graburn@berkeley.edu.

 

 
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