Teacher: Dr. Carsten Wergin
Dates/Times/Location: Tuesday, 12:00-14:00, Marstallstraße 6, Room 413
This course is limited to 15 participants (first come first serve).
Please register until 31 March and via Email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tourism is the largest industry in the world and a key component in the mobilities paradigm. In this seminar, students will draw on a wide range of anthropological case studies in order to understand tourism as not only a global but globe-making activity. These studies will be linked to further theoretical discussions on (among others) authenticity, arts and heritage, music and festival culture, volunteer work, environmental activism, indigeneity and transculturality.
For a brief introduction to the notion of tourism as a globe-making activity watch the video journal publication accessible via the link below:
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