Sunday, February 20, 2011

Penguin migration: Sorbonne/ UC Berkeley, World Univ & Sch's beginning Tourism Studies' subject, Theorizing Tourism on-the-ground & Tourism online

Great UC Berkeley / Sorbonne conference on Tourism Imaginaries just finished today ... ‎

World Univ & Sch's beginning Tourism Studies's subject http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Tourism_Studies ... Exploring questions about the relationship between the mass phenomenon of Tourism on-the-ground and Tourism online in cyberspace & virtual worlds for example might be one main focus



... it's an example of a Subject ... http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Subjects


... of which there are many, many other interesting one's

... check out Loving Bliss eliciting, for example


http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Loving_Bliss_%28eliciting_this_neurophysiology%29


... and add music here which makes you 'sing'


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Here's

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE / CONFERENCE INTERNATIONALE
TOURISM IMAGINARIES / IMAGINAIRES TOURISTIQUES
February 18th to 20th/ 18 au 20 Février / 2011
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA
Tourism Studies Working Group (TSWG),
University of California at Berkeley / Institut de Recherches et d’Etudes
Supérieures du Tourisme (IREST) et
Equipe
Interdisciplinaire
de
REcherche
Sur
le
Tourisme
(EIREST),
Université
Paris

1
Panthéon-­‐Sorbonne
JOUR
1
/
DAY
1
(February
18th)
14h30-­‐17h30
Lieu
/
Venue:
Bancroft
Hotel,
Berkeley
Inscription
/
Registration
17h30-­‐18h30
Réception
/
Reception
18h30-­‐20h00
Nelson
GRABURN,
Maria
GRAVARI-­‐BARBAS
:
Introduction
au
colloque
/
Introduction
to
the
Conference
Key
Note
speaker
:
Dean
MacCANNELL
“The
Tourist
Imaginary”
20h00-­‐22h00
Opening
Dinner
(sur
inscription)


JOUR
2
/
DAY
2
(February
19th)
8h30-­‐9h00
Coffee
9h00-­‐10h30


1.
GEO-­‐SEMANTICS
OF
TOURIST
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
1.1
Lieu/Venue:
Bechtel
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
David
PICARD
Amos
RON,
Department
of
Tourism
and
Hospitality
Studies,
Kinneret
College
on
the
Sea
of
Galilee
Calvary
and
the
tomb
of
Jesus:
Tourism
Imaginaries
in
Christian
Themed
Environments
Sébastien
JACQUOT,
EIREST,
Université
de
Paris
1
Panthéon
Sorbonne
Imaginaires
touristiques
et
imaginaires
locaux
Luc
VACHER,
Equipe
AGILE,
UMR
6250
LIttoral
ENvironnement
et
Sociétés
(LIENSs)
CNRS-­‐Université
de
La
Rochelle
Le
merveilleux
des
eaux
tropicales
:
l’invention
d’un
imaginaire
touristique
au
rythme
des
évolutions
technologiques.
Jean-­‐François
STASZAK,
Department
of
Geography,
University
of
Geneva
L'imaginaire
géographique
du
tourisme
sexuel


2.
CONFLICT/COMPETITION
BETWEEN
AND/OR
WITHIN
IMAGINARIES
AND
NARRATIVES
SESSION

2.1
Lieu/Venue:
Toll
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Michael
DI
GIOVINE

Bertram
GORDON,
History,
Mills
College
The
Battle
of
Tourism
in
World
War
II

Different
Perspectives
Hazel
HAHN,
History,
Seattle
University
Empire
Building,
Catastrophes
and
Tourism
in
French
and
English
Illustrated
Press,
1870-­‐1914
Athinodoros
CHRONIS,
Management,
Operations,
and
Marketing
Department,
California
State
University
Between
Place
and
a
Story:
Gettysburg
as
a
Tourism
Imaginary
Elizabeth
CARNEGIE,
University
of
Sheffield
‘An
espionage
sortie
in
the
American
culture
wars’:
exploring
the
imagined
world
of
‘reasons
late-­‐modern
other’


3.
STABILITY
AND
CHANGE
SESSION

3.1
Lieu/Venue:
Sibley
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Margaret
SWAIN
Valene
SMITH,
Museum
of
Anthropology,
California
State
University,
Chico
Before
the
“Mouse”,
a
Travel
Agent
was
your
DEALER
IN
DREAMS
Josep-­‐Maria
GARCIA-­‐FUENTES,
Department
of
Architectural
Composition,
Universitat
Politècnica
de
Catalunya
-­‐
Barcelona
TECH
Reinventing
Gaudí.
From
nation
to
tourism:
Architecture,
conflict,
and
change
in
Barcelona’s
tourist
imaginary.
Bernard
SCHEOU,
University
of
Perpignan
Quels
imaginaires
fondent
le
retour
de
pratiques
d’hospitalité?
Raghuraman
TRICHUR,
Anthropology,
Sacramento
State
University
Tourism
and
Nation
Building
in
Postcolonial
Goa.


Pause
Café
/
Coffee
break
11h00-­‐12h30
1.
INSTITUTIONAL
AND
PERSONAL
ARTICULATIONS
SESSION

4.1
Lieu/Venue:
Toll
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair
:
Paula
Mota
SANTOS
Bertrand
REAU,
Centre
européen
de
sociologie
et
de
science
politique-­‐
Centre
de
sociologie
européenne
-­‐Université
Paris
1-­‐CNRS-­‐EHESS
Les
imaginaires
du
Voyage
dans
les
éducations
des
élites
:
l’année
à
l’étranger
des
étudiants
des
Sciences
Po.
Alain
GIRARD
et
Bernard
SCHEOU,
University
of
Perpignan
L’imaginaire
de
l’expérience
de
tourisme
solidaire
versus
l’imaginaire
des
expériences
de
tourisme
de
masse
?
Un
code
symbolique
commun
derrière
une
opposition
idéologique.
Lukasz
BOCHENEK,
Enterprise
Institute,
Université
de
Neuchâtel
Imagining
the
travel

stratifying
the
travelers
Sheungting
Iris
LO
and
Bob
McKERCHER,
School
of
Hotel
and
Tourism
Management,
The
Hong
Kong
Polytechnic
University
Tourism,
Online
Photography,
and
Mediation
of
Self


2.CONFLICT/COMPETITION
BETWEEN
AND/OR
WITHIN
IMAGINARIES
AND
NARRATIVES
SESSION

2.2
Lieu/Venue:
Bechtel
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Karen
O'REILLY
Benjamin
PORTER,
Near
Eastern
Studies
Department,
UC
Berkeley
Thinking
through
ruins:
Parsing
imaginaries
on
Middle
Eastern
tourism’s
margins
Barbara
SHAFF,
English
Department,
Goettingen
University
“The
only
way
I
can
deal
with
Egypt
is
as
Molly
MacCarthy
did
with
Christmas:
alphabetically”:
Vita
Sackville-­‐West’s
tourist
experience
in
Egypt
Miha
KOZOROG,
Department
of
Ethnology
and
Cultural
Anthropology,
Faculty
of
Arts,
University
of
Ljubljana,
‘Hell
over
Paradise':
Reproduction
and
altering
of
the
imaginary
of
a
“natural
place”
through
subcultural
music
festivals
Anke
TONNAER,
Dept.
of
Anthropology
and
Development
Studies,
Radboud
University
Nijmegen
Envisioning
the
Dutch
Serengeti:
An
Anthropological
Exploration
of
Touristic
Imaginings
of
the
Wild
in
the
Netherlands.


3.STABILITY
AND
CHANGE
SESSION

3.2
Lieu/Venue:
Sibley
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Jean-­‐François
STASZAK
Marie-­‐Laure
GUILLAND,
Sociology
/
Anthropology,
Institut
des
Hautes
Eudes
sur
l'Amérique
Latine,
Sorbonne
Nouvelle
"Colombia,
the
only
risk
is
wanting
to
stay"
Toward
a
touristic
Colombia:
uses
and
misappropriations
of
the
imaginary
of
risk
Federica
FERRARIS,
Anthropology,
University
of
Sussex
(UK)
Out
of
sight,
out
of
time:
Italian
tourist
imageries
of
Cambodia
Frédérique
GUYADER,
Anthropology,
IRSEA
Stability
and
change
in
a
tourism
policy:
the
case
of
Lijiang
(Yunnan,
China).
Amy
Cox
HALL,
NC-­‐Charlotte
Imagining
Discovery:
Hiram
Bingham’s
photographs
of
Machu
Picchu
in
National
Geographic
(1913)
12h30-­‐13h15
REPAS
/LUNCH
13h15-­‐14h15
Key
Note
Speaker
:
Bernard
DEBARBIEUX
"Le
tourisme
et
la
petite
fabrique
des
identités
sociales
et
géographiques"
/
"Tourism
places:
workshops
of
social
and
geographical
identities"
14h30-­‐16h00


1.
INSTITUTIONAL
AND
PERSONAL
ARTICULATIONS
SESSION

4.2
Lieu/Venue:
Toll
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Naomi
LEITE
Madina
REGNAULT,
EHESS
Mayotte,
une
île
sans
imaginaire
touristique
?
David
PICARD,
FCSH,
CRIA/Universidade
Nova
de
Lisboa
Images
and
Experiences
of
Magic
in
Tourism
Ming-­‐chun
KU,
Institute
of
Sociology,
National
Tsing
Hua
University,
Taiwan
Actors,
and
Multiple
Imagined
Landscapes
of
Tourism:
A
Case
Study
of
Tourism
in
the
Mogao
Caves,
China
Rupert
STASCH,
Anthropology,
U.
California,
San
Diego
Tourist
and
Tourate
Imaginaries
in
Contrast,
Conflict,
or
Cooperation:
Nudity
and
Payment
in
New
Guinea
Primitivist
Tourism

2.
ASPECTS
OF
THE
SOCIAL
PRODUCTION
AND
DIFFUSION
OF
TOURIST
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
5.1
Lieu/Venue:
Bechtel
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Bertrand
REAU
Mari
OIRY-­‐VARACCA,
Departement
of
Geography,
Geneva
University
Fabriquer
des
imaginaires
touristiques,
réinventer
l’identité.
Exemples
dans
la
montagne
marocaine.
Linda
BOUKHRIS,
IREST,
Université
Paris
I
L’imaginaire
touristique
à
l’épreuve
du
Costa
Rica:
de
la
production
des
lieux
touristiques
à
la
construction
d’une
identité
territoriale
Jennie
GERMANN
MOLZ,
Department
of
Sociology
and
Anthropology,
College
of
the
Holy
Cross,
Worcester,
MA
Displacement,
Disconnection
and
Desire:
Tourist
Imaginaries
of
Escape
in
the
Digital
Age
Alexis
BUNTEN,
Department
of
Anthropology,
Humboldt
State
University
Redirecting
Demand:
Reshaping
Popular
Imagination
in
the
Production
of
the
Ethnic
Tourism
Experience
3.CONFLICT/COMPETITION
BETWEEN
AND/OR
WITHIN
IMAGINARIES
AND
NARRATIVES
SESSION
2.3
Lieu/Venue:
Sibley
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Philippe
VIALLON
Liz
MONTEGARY,
Cultural
Studies,
University
of
California,
Davis
Reimagining
Provincetown?:
Fifteen
Years
of
“Family
Week”
Dimitrios
THEODOSSOPOULOS,
School
of
Anthropology
and
Conservation,
University
of
Kent
Scorn
or
idealization?
Tourism
imaginaries,
exoticisation
and
ambivalence
Hécate
VERGOPOULOS,
Département
de
Sciences
de
l'information
et
de
la
communication,
GRIPIC,
CELSA
Université
Paris-­‐Sorbonne
(Paris
IV)
Anecdotes
et
Imaginaires
touristiques
Louis
MARROU,
University
of
La
Rochelle-­‐CNRS
UMR
6250
LIENSs,
CNRS
6250
LIENSs
A
comme
Açores
(A
like
Azores)
16h00-­‐16h30
Pause
Café
/
Coffee
break
16h30-­‐18h00
1.
INSTITUTIONAL
AND
PERSONAL
ARTICULATIONS
SESSION
4.3
Lieu/Venue:
Toll
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Marian
BINKLEY
Eva
AMBOS,
Cluster
'Asia
and
Europe',
University
of
Heidelberg,
Germany
Religion
on
Stage:
Performing
Tourist
Imaginaries
in
Sri
Lanka
Hazel
TUCKER,
Department
of
Tourism,
University
of
Otago
Moving
towards
postcolonial
possibilities
of
tourist
imaginaries
Mary
CONRAN,
Anthropology,
University
of
Hawaii
at
Manoa
“I
Want
to
See/Save
the
World”:
The
Geography
of
Compassion
in
Volunteer
Tourism
Matilde
CORDOBA
AZCARATE,
The
earth
and
environmental
sciences
program.
The
Graduate
Center
“Thanks
God,
this
is
not
Cancun!”
Alternative
tourism
imaginaries
in
the
Yucatan
Peninsula
(Mexico).

2.
ASPECTS
OF
THE
SOCIAL
PRODUCTION
AND
DIFFUSION
OF
TOURIST
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
5.2
Lieu/Venue:
Sibley
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Madina
REGNAULT
Audray
BOCHATON,
IRD,
Université
Paris
Ouest
Nanterre
la
Défense
Seeking
care
or
going
on
vacation?
Transformations
of
therapeutic/traveling
perceptions
and
practices
viewed
through
the
phenomenon
of
medical
tourism
Patrick
NAEF,
Environmental
Sciences
Institute,
University
of
Geneva
Voyage
a
travers
un
baril
de
poudre
Chia-­‐ling
LAI,
Graduate
Institute
of
Futures
Studies,
Tamkang
Univ,
Taiwan
Packing
the
World
Expo
as
tourists’
global-­‐mega
event:
analyzing
the
media
and
package
tour
as
the
intermediate
mechanism
of
tourist
attraction-­‐making
Mathieu
PETITE,
Department
of
Geography,
Royal
Holloway
University
of
London
Ces
Alpes
“naturelles”
et
“traditionnelles”:
la
mobilisation
des
objets
et
des
images
dans
les
projets
touristiques
3.
CONFLICT/COMPETITION
BETWEEN
AND/OR
WITHIN
IMAGINARIES
AND
NARRATIVES
SESSION
2.4
Lieu/Venue:
Bechtel
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Chris
VASANTKUMAR
Jing
LI,
Asian
Studies,
Gettysburg
College
Aestheticizing
Xishuang
Banna:
Minority
Song
and
Dance
Spectacle,
Economic
Regionalism,
and
Image
Crafting
in
China’s
Ethnic
Tourism
Jennifer
DEVINE,
University
of
California
Berkeley
Imagining
El
Mirador:
El
Dorado
or
Apacolypto?
Rongling
GE,
Department
of
Anthropology,
Xiamen
University
Design
a
Tunpu
for
Tourism:
A
case
study
in
southwest
China
Lu
JIN,
Phoebe
A.
Hearst
Museum
of
Anthropology,
University
of
California,
Berkeley
Tourism
imaginary
and
rural
development:
The
practice
of
ecomuseums
in
China
as
an
imaginary
of
the
Western
model
DINER
LIBRE
/DINNER
(FREE)
JOUR
3
/
DAY
3
(February
20th)
8h30-­‐9h00
Accueil
/Coffee
9h00-­‐10h30
1.
INSTRUMENTS
FOR
CARRYING,
STORING,
AND
PERPETUATING
THE
IMAGINARY
SESSION
6,1
Lieu/Venue:
Sibley
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Alexis
BUNTEN
Sandra
PONTING,
Jess
PONTING,
Kate
SPILDE,
Hospitality
&
Tourism
Management,
San
Diego
State
University
Tribal
Gamings
and
Imaginaries
of
Contemporary
“Indianness”
Alexandra
FERREIRA,
Independent
Hotel
Utopia:
the
dream
of
the
“National
Hotel”
during
the
1st
half
of
the
XX
century
in
Portugal
PASCALE
NEDELEC,
Université
Lyon
2
What
happens
in
Vegas
doesn’t
stay
in
Vegas
:
when
tourism
imaginaries
fashion
the
scientific
discourse
Julien
LAVERDURE,
LAIOS
-­‐
CREDAL
,
EHESS
-­‐
IHEAL
Manipulating
Archaism,
Cultural
Entrepreneurs
and
the
Touristic
Imaginaries
of
Autochtony


2.
RELATIONSHIPS
BETWEEN
LOCATIONS
AND
TYPES
OF
IMAGINARIES
AND
POTENTIAL
CARRIERS/USERS
SESSION
9.1
Lieu/Venue:
Bechtel
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Mike
ROBINSON
Chris
VASANTKUMAR,
Anthropology,
Hamilton
College,
Intersecting
Tourisms,
Parallel
Imaginaries?
Palimpsestic
Itineraries
of
Han
and
Western
Tourists
to
Langmusi,
Northwest
China
Emmanuelle
PEYVEL,
Geography,
Ecole
Normale
Superiore
Lyon
Visiting
Indochina:
The
Imaginary
Of
The
French
Colonial
Period
In
Today’s
Touristic
ViỆt
Nam
Rafiq
AHMAD,
Travel
&
Tourism
Management,
Amar
Singh
College,
University
of
Kashmir
Orientalist
Imaginaries
of
Travels
in
Kashmir
Western
Representations
of
the
People
and
Place
Yaniv
BELHASSEN,
Department
of
Hotel
&
Tourism
Management,
Ben
Gurion
University
of
the
Negev
The
Construction
of
the
Imaginary
Holy
Land
in
the
Evangelical
Sub-­‐Culture
3.
ASPECTS
OF
THE
SOCIAL
PRODUCTION
AND
DIFFUSION
OF
TOURIST
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
5.3
Lieu/Venue:
Barrows
Room
554
(Barrows
Hall)
Chair:
Alex
SARAGOZA
Mariana
GÓMEZ
SCHETTINI
and
Claudia
Alejandra
TRONCOSO,
Gino
Germani
Research
Institute,
Social
Sciences
School-­‐
Institute
of
Geography,
University
of
Buenos
Aires
Tourist
Imaginaries
and
Global
Competence:
Promoting
Touristic
Argentina
Miriam
KAHN,
Department
of
Anthropology,
University
of
Washington
Like
Magic:
Illusion
and
Reality
in
Tahiti's
Tourist
Cocoons
João
BAPTISTA,
Institute
of
Ethnology,
Martin
Luther
University
The
sharing
of
imaginaries
of
problems
in
‘community-­‐based
tourism’
Michael
Di
GIOVINE,
Department
of
Anthropology,
University
of
Chicago
The
Imaginaire
Dialectic
and
the
Refashioning
of
Pietrelcina,
Italy
4.
ASPECTS
OF
RECEPTION
AND
CONSUMPTION
OF
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
5.4
Lieu/Venue:
Toll
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Athinodoros
CHRONIS
Pedro
ANDRADE,
Centro
de
Estudos
de
Comunicação
e
Linguagens,
Universidade
Nova
de
Lisboa
Tourism
Imaginaries
and
Web
3.0:
Geneologic
methods
in
the
analysis
of
tourist
interaction
with
urban
public
art
Maria
João
CORDEIRO,
CECC
-­‐
Research
Centre
for
Communication
and
Culture,
Portuguese
Catholic
University
Perpetuating
tourism
imaginaries:
guidebooks
and
films
on
Portugal
Kensuke
SUMII,
The
Center
for
Japanese
Studies,
UC
Berkeley
Science
to
Develop
a
Showcase
for
Tourism:
"Okinawa"
as
a
Locus
of
Cultural
Production
among
a
Folklorist,
a
Popular
TV
Drama
Producer,
Popular
TV
and
Magazine
Reporters,
and
an
Okinawan
Tourist
Promotion
Agency
Habib
SAIDI,
CELAT,
Laval
University
Imaginaire
touristique
et
imaginaire
national
:
regards
croisées
sur
Québec
et
Tunis

1.
ASPECTS
OF
RECEPTION
AND
CONSUMPTION
OF
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
7.1
Lieu/Venue:
Toll
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Hazel
TUCKER
Rita
ROSS,
Canadian
Studies
Program,
UC
Berkeley
Evangeline,
Acadians,
and
Tourists
Ben
BRAZIL,
Graduate
Division
of
Religion,
Emory
University
(Atlanta,
Georgia)
“Dear
Mr.
Vagabond”:
Letters
to
a
Hippie
Guidebook
Writer
Mike
ROBINSON,
Centre
for
Tourism
and
Cultural
Change
Leeds
Metropolitan
University
Innocence,
Desire
and
Loathing:
Visiting
the
Book
Thitirat
PANBAMRUNGKIJ
and
Nattapat
MANIROCHANA,
Department
of
Geography
and
Regional
Research,
University
of
Vienna
Wartime
Heritage
Tourist
Attractions
and
Tourists’
Quality
Expectation
2.
ASPECTS
OF
THE
SOCIAL
PRODUCTION
AND
DIFFUSION
OF
TOURIST
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
9.2
Lieu/Venue:
Bechtel
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Bertram
GORDON
Michaela
BENSON,
School
for
Policy
Studies,
University
of
Bristol,
Culture,
personal
biographies,
and
credibility:
Exploring
the
intersections
of
imagination
and
lifestyle
migration
Yuko
SHIOJI,
Department
of
International
Tourism,
Hannan
University
Imaginaries
of
“Old
England”

A
Study
of
a
Changing
Community
in
the
English
Countryside

Elizabeth
CARNEGIE,
University
of
Sheffield
Beautiful,
rugged
and
flawed?
‘New
World
Scots’
imaginings
of
a
left
land
Vaso
TROVA,
School
of
Architecture,
University
of
Thessalia,
Greece
Between
localism
and
cosmopolitanism:
The
tourist
resort
design
3.
ASPECTS
OF
THE
SOCIAL
PRODUCTION
AND
DIFFUSION
OF
TOURIST
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
5.5
Lieu/Venue:
Sibley
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Amos
RON
Adèle
ESPOSITO,
IPRAUS,
Paris
,
ENSAPB,
Paris
Siem
Reap
aux
portes
d’Angkor
(Cambodge)
:
le
rôle
des
images
touristiques
dans
la
conception
des
projets
architecturaux
Lina
TEGTMEYER,
Graduate
School
for
Northamerican
Studies,
Freie
Uniformität
Berlin
Mapping
the
Imaginary
In
the
Theoretic
Bubble
-­‐
Best
Western
Tourism
Studies,
Urban
Studies,
Cultural
Studies.
Ami
TEMARANTZ,
Dalhousie
University
“Take
a
Picture
with
a
Real
Indian”:
(Self-­‐)
Representation,
Ecotourism,
and
Indigeneity
in
Amazonia
Dana
HERCBERGS
and
Chaim
NOY,
Program
in
Israel
Studies
and
the
Department
of
Anthropology,
University
of
Calgary
Ideology
and
Mobile
Cartographies:
The
Visual
Management
of
Jerusalem


4.
ASPECTS
OF
RECEPTION
AND
CONSUMPTION
OF
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
7.2
Lieu/Venue:
Barrows
Room
554
(Barrows
Hall)
Chair:
Benjamin
PORTER
Ken
LITTLE,
Anthropology,
York
University
Belize
Ephemera:
Materiality,
Affect
and
an
Emergent
Imaginary
Paula
SANTOS,
Behavioural
&
Political
Science,
Universidade
Fernando
Pessoa
The
Imagined
Nation:
Portugal
dos
Pequenitos
miniature
theme
park
and
the
mystery
of
the
enduring
appeal
of
the
colonial
image
in
a
post-­‐colonial
time
Adriana
CRACIUN,
English
Department,
University
of
California
“The
Franklin
Disaster
as
Historic
Site,
Tourist
Destination,
and
Sovereign
Space”
Jess
PONTING,
Hospitality
&
Tourism
Management,
San
Diego
State
University
Producing
Nirvana:
A
Conceptual
Framework
for
Understanding
the
Production
of
a
Surfing
Tourist
Imaginary
and
its
Implications
for
Destination
Communities
in
the
Less
Developed
World
12h30-­‐13h15
REPAS
/LUNCH
13h15-­‐14h15
Key
Note
Speaker:
Noel
SALAZAR
The
(im)mobility
of
Tourism
Imaginaries
14h30-­‐16h00
1.
ASPECTS
OF
RECEPTION
AND
CONSUMPTION
OF
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
7.3
Lieu/Venue:
Toll
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Sébastien
JACQUOT
Elizabeth
ERKENBRACK,
Anthropology,
University
of
Pennsylvania
The
Mobilization
of
Quechua
as
an
Ethnocommodity
Elena
MARCHIORI,
Alessandro
INVERSINI
and
Lorenzo
CANTONI,
webatelier.net
Faculty
of
Communication,
University
of
Lugano
Credibility
in
the
Online
Tourism:
An
analysis
of
the
aspects
of
reception
and
consumption
of
imaginaries
produced
in
Web
2.0
Tourism
Services
Valérie
KOHLER,
Department
of
Geography,
University
of
Geneva,
Switzerland
Fossilisation
d’un
imaginaire
touristique
?
Le
cas
du
Grand
Nord
canadien
face
à
sa
mise
en
tourisme
par
le
web
Philippe
VIALLON,
University
of
Lyon
Les
sites
web
des
métropoles
touristiques
entre
images
et
imaginaires
2.
RELATIONS
OF
CONTEXTUAL-­‐RESOURCES
TO
KINDS
OF
IMAGINARIES
AND
KINDS
OF
TOURISM
SESSION
8.1
Lieu/Venue:
Sibley
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Rita
ROSS
Marian
BINKLEY,
Dalhousie
University
From
Nostalgia
to
Progress

State
Marketing
of
Nova
Scotia’s
Tourism
Kristina
SVELS,
Åbo
Akademi
University,
Vasa,
Finland,
Demography
and
rural
studies
(sociology)
Can
a
‘blur’
image
constitute
an
unique
attraction?
Anne
HERTZOG,
Cergy
Pontoise
University
Imaginaire
touristique
et
lieux
de
mémoire
de
la
Grande
Guerre
Charles
CARROLL,
Tourism
Studies
Working
Group,
UC
Berkeley
Divergent
imaginaries
guided
along
the
Party
line:
Domestic
tourism
in
national
museums,
intergenerational
tensions
and
the
inculcation
of
young
propagandists
in
the
Lao
People’s
Democratic
Republic

3.
ASPECTS
OF
THE
SOCIAL
PRODUCTION
AND
DIFFUSION
OF
TOURIST
IMAGINARIES
SESSION
5.6
Lieu/Venue:
Bechtel
Room
(Alumni
House)
Chair:
Louis
MARROU
Lionel
GAUTHIER,
Department
of
Geography,
University
of
Geneva
Faire
le
tour
du
monde
à
la
fin
du
XIXe
siècle
Estelle
SOHIER,
Département
de
Géographie,
Université
de
Genève
Photographies
et
imaginaire
touristique
:
la
Grèce
de
Fred
Boissonnas
Karen
O'REILLY,
Social
Sciences,
Loughborough
University
The
role
of
the
Imaginary
in
Residential
Tourism
Rina
PRIYANI,
School
of
Architecture,
Planning
and
Policy
Development,
Bandung
Institute
of
Technology,
Indonesia
"Wisata
Nusantara":
Cultural
and
Political
Imaginaries
of
Indonesian
Domestic
Tourism
4.
RELATIONSHIPS
BETWEEN
LOCATIONS
AND
TYPES
OF
IMAGINARIES
AND
POTENTIAL
CARRIERS/USERS
SESSION
9.3
Lieu/Venue:
Barrows
Room
554
(Barrows
Hall)
Chair:
Lina
TEGTMEYER
Clothilde
SABRE,
Université
Lille
1,
laboratoire
Clersé
Media
Pilgrimage
in
Japan
Thibault
DANTEUR,
Université
Paul
Valéry,
Montpellier
III,
LERSEM,
France
La
place
Jamaa
El
Fna
de
Marrakech:
coproduction
d'un
imaginaire
orientaliste
Nan
BOYD,
Women
and
Gender
Studies
Department,
San
Francisco
State
University
San
Francisco's
Castro
District:
From
Gay
Liberation
to
Neoliberal
Tourist
Destination
Margaret
SWAIN,Women
and
Gender
Studies,
University
of
California,
Davis
Myth
Management
in
Tourism’s
Imaginariums:
Tales
from
Southwest
China,
and
Beyond.
16h00-­‐16h30
Pause
Café
/
Coffee
break
16h30-­‐17h30
Concluding
remarks
EXCURSIONS
(Optional)
Friday,
February
18th
EXCURSION
PRE-­‐CONFERENCE
/
PRE-­‐CONFERENCE
EXCURSION
SAN
FRANCISCO
ARMORY
AND
KINK.COM
STUDIOS
Housed
in
the
Moorish-­‐castle-­‐inspired
Historic
San
Francisco
Armory,
Kink.com
is
a
production
facility
producing
adult
entertainment
aimed
at
online
consumers.
Kink.com
has
buttressed
the
building
while
maintaining
the
deteriorated
appearance
of
the
interiors.
This
tour
will
explore
the
San
Francisco
Armory
and
the
imaginaries
produced
by
Kink.com.
Participants
must
be
18
years
of
age
or
older.
-­‐OR
-­‐
BERKELEY
‘ECO-­‐FRIENDLY’
SCOOTER
TOUR
Discover
Berkeley
in
a
way
that
fits
with
the
‘imaginary’
of
this
unique
city
by
echo-­‐scooter
or
electric
bicycles.
Tour
includes
travel
from
UC
Berkeley
to
Inspiration
Point
and
the
Berkeley
Marina,
including
stunning
views
from
the
Berkeley
hills.

CHINESE
NEW
YEAR
PARADE
in
SAN
FRANCISCO
Celebrate
the
Year
of
the
Rabbit
with
a
Bang!
Come
experience
San
Francisco’s
unique
blend
of
cultural
tourism
and
corporate
sponsorship.
Sunday,
February
20th
EXCURSION
POST-­‐CONFERENCE
/
POST-­‐CONFERENCE
EXCURSION
TEA
TASTING
at
TEANCE
Relax
and
enjoy
artisanal
teas
after
the
conference.
Come
to
a
tea
tasting
at
the
Teance
Tea
Room.
We
will
taste
five
different
teas
with
specialists
discussing
them
and
answering
questions
in
the
friendly
informal
atmosphere
of
an
Asian-­‐style
tearoom..
Monday,
February
21st
EXCURSION
POST-­‐CONFERENCE
/
POST-­‐CONFERENCE
EXCURSION
NAPA
VALLEY
WINE
TOUR
Invitation
to
explore
the
Napa
Valley
imaginary
through
a
wine
tasting
tour.
Often
affectionately
referred
to
as
a
modern-­‐day
Eden,
Northern
California’s
Napa
Valley
is
beyond
doubt
the
most
famous
winegrowing
region
in
America
and
one
of
only
nine
Great
Wine
Capitals
on
earth.
-­‐OR
-­‐
ON
THE
BEATEN
PATH:
AN
ALL-­‐DAY
WALKING
TOUR
OF
ICONIC
SF
“An
all-­‐day
participatory
walking
tour
through
which
we
will
collectively
employ
and
discuss
concepts
and
ideas
from
the
conference
as
we
explore
some
of
the
highly
toured
sites,
imaginaries,
and
interstitial
spaces
of
“San
Francisco.”
Tour
facilitated
by
Charlie
Carroll
of
the
TSWG,
Berkeley"
SCIENTIFIC
COORDINATORS:
Nelson
GRABURN
(graburn@berkeley.edu)
Maria
GRAVARI-­‐BARBAS
(mailto:maria.gravari-­‐barbas@wanadoo.fr)
CONFERENCE
INFORMATION:
http://www.univ-­‐paris1.fr/colloques/imaginairestouristiques/;
http://www.tourismstudies.org/tourismimaginaries.htm
WE
WISH
TO
THANK
OUR
SPONSORS:
Canadian
Studies
Program,
U
C
Berkeley
Department
of
Ethnic
Studies,
U
C
Berkeley
Portuguese
Studies
Program,
U
C
Berkeley
Townsend
Center
for
the
Humanities,
U
C
Berkeley
East
Asia
National
Resource
Center,
U.C.
Berkeley
Berghahn
Publishers
PLC
Routledge
Press,
PLC
ADDITIONAL
ASSISTANCE
HAS
BEEN
PROVIDED
BY:
Center
for
Latin
American
Studies,
U
C
Berkeley,
and
the
French
Consulate
of
France
*Room
Capacities:
Toll-­‐120;
Barrows
Room
554-­‐45;
Bechtel-­‐40;
Sibley-­‐35












(February 22, 2011)











(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/02/penguin-migration-world-univ-schs.html - February 20, 2011)

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