1 edition of Being elsewhere : tourism, consumer culture, and identity in modern Europe and North America / Shelley Baranowski and Ellen Furlough, editors found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||University of Michigan Press|
|Publishers||University of Michigan Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 71 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
|Pt. 1. Tourism, bourgeois identity, and the politics of nation building.The tactics of retreat: spa vacations and bourgeois identity in nineteenth-century France / Douglas P. Mackaman ; Selling Lourdes: pilgrimage, tourism, and the mass-marketing of the sacred in nineteenth-century France / Suzanne K. Kaufman ; The chamber of commerces carnival: city festivals and urban tourism in the United States, 1890-1915 / Catherine Cocks ; Tourism in late imperial Austria: the development of tourist cultures and their associated images of place / Jill Steward Pt. 2. Tourism, mass mobilization, and the nation-state.Know your country: a comparative perspective on tourism and nation building in Sweden / Orvar Löfgren ; Seeing the nature of America: the national parks as national assets, 1914-1929 / Marguerite S. Shaffer ; A New Deal for leisure: making mass tourism during the Great Depression / Michael Berkowitz Strength through joy: tourism and national integration in the Third Reich / Shelley Baranowski Pt. 3. Global mass tourism and the representation of place.French cultural tourism and the Vichy problem / Bertram M. Gordon ; Consuming the beach: seaside resorts and cultures of tourism in England and Spain from the 1840s to the 1930s / John K. Walton ; Culture for export: tourism and autoethnography in postwar Britain / James Buzard ; Everybody likes Canadians: Canadians, Americans, and the post-World War II travel boom / Karen Dubinsky ; La Grande Motte: regional development, tourism, and the state / Ellen Furlough and Rosemary Wakeman|
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