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Upcoming Events and Announcements

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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Forthcoming Publication

       Intersections of Tourism, Migration, and Exile, Natalia Bloch, Kathleen M. Adams, (eds.)
London: Routledge, 2023

Call for Articles

        Journal of Tourism History
        (Taylor and Francis, UK)
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Publications by our Members

Tourism Imaginaries at the Disciplinary Crossroads: Place, Practice, Media. Maria Gravari-Barbas and Nelson Graburn (eds.) London: Routledge

Tourism Imaginaries: Anthropological Approaches. Noel Salazar and Nelson Graburn (eds.) London & New York: Berghahn

2012 “Tourist Imaginaries/Imaginaires Touristiques” Special issue of Via@ International Interdisciplinary Review of Tourism [7 languages] 1 (1) Maria Gravari-Barbas and Nelson Graburn (eds.) http://www.viatourismreview.net/Sommaire1_EN.php

2011 “Imagined Landscapes of Tourism” Special issue of Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change 9 (3). Nelson Graburn and Maria Gravari-Barbas (eds.) http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rtcc20/9/3#.Un7PNCS6WvE

Jenny Chio, A Landscape of Travel: The Work of Tourism in Rural Ethnic China (University of Washington, 2014). [read more]

Naomi Leite, Unorthodox Kin: Portuguese Marranos and the Global Search for Belonging. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2017


Join the Working Group

The TSWG is always open to new core members. If you are engaged in academic research connected with any aspect of tourism or travel, enjoy cross-disciplinary collaboration, and will be in residence at a Northern California campus, please contact Nelson Graburn at graburn@berkeley.edu to learn about how you can get involved.

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