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Upcoming Events and Announcements

Friday, February 10

        Colloquium featuring Yu Luo
        (Postdoctoral, Center for Chinese Studies, UC Berkeley)
        Title: ETHNIC BY DESIGN: Branding a Buyi Cultural Landscape in
                Late-Socialist Southwest China
        [read more]

2017 Tourism Seminar

       Tourism, Art & Modernity (N. Graburn, UC Berkeley)
       [read more]

Summer School - French University of Tourism

        Tourism Destination Management: Learning from France
        June 24-July 22, 2017
        [read more]

Call for Expressions of Interest

        Content Tourism: Creativity, Fandom, Neo-Destinations

        [read more]

Call for Submissions

        Journal of Tourism History
        (Taylor and Francis, UK)
        [read more]


Publications

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 [Now Available in Paperback, 2016]

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

 

By our Members

Recent Publication

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

In Press

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

Curriculum Announcement

The SOAS, University of London, announces the SOAS MA in the Anthropology of Tourism and Travel [read more]


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 for the 2014-15 academic year, please contact us at tourism@berkeley.edu to learn about how you can get involved.

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