Thank you all again for attending / participating in my "Naked, Virtual Harbin: An Anthropology of Erotisme and the Touristic Imaginaire" talk on Friday at UC Berkeley in the Anthropology department.
Here's a link to my newly updated 'Academe' page with all of this information with related details - http://scottmacleod.com/papers.htm - including two, new YouTube Video Channels, as well as my "Gazing at the Box Paper" which I wrote in 2001 in Nelson's class, and the following:
"Naked, Virtual Harbin: An Anthropology of Erotisme and the Touristic Imaginaire Abstract" (6 minutes) http://youtu.be/p8gur9SMPlw (6 minutes)
"Naked, Virtual Harbin: An Anthropology of Erotisme and the Touristic Imaginaire" (159 minutes)
http://youtu.be/op2W_V5xUtM (159 minutes:)
Gazing at the Box: Tourism in the Context of the Internet and Globalization (Internetity)
There's also on my newly updated Academe page - http://scottmacleod.com/papers.htm - World University and School's 1st, student Board / Team meeting in a Google + group video Hangout, and "On the Air," too - http://youtu.be/FR0y7Z4saHI. It's actually a very good conversation, overview of WUaS, and example of how WUaS may partly work academically vis-a-vis the Conference Method of Teaching and Learning - http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_Method_of_Teaching_and_Learning - and which is central to Reed College (where Steve Jobs went to school).
I'm glad we are engaging questions of information technologies, the virtual, counterculture and Harbin in Tourism Studies.
Looking forward to your upcoming talk and paper, S.S.
All the best,