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Tourism on Tanna island, Vanuatu is strongly identified with visits to ‘custom villages’ where performances centred on visual tradition, primarily dances, are given. Yakel is the most renowned ‘custom village’ in Tanna for its perceived continuity of ‘old custom’. Tourists expect to witness some...
This paper discusses processes of tourism and socio-cultural change in a Turkish village context by exploring how gender identities and gendered spaces are being reconstituted through tourism-related work. As tourism has developed in the region surrounding the World Heritage Site of Göreme in...
Beatrice Grimshaw, an Irish writer and tourist promoter, collected indigenous body parts as touristic souvenirs. Although Grimshaw bought and stole various physiological remnants, I focus on a head which she purchased on Papua's Sepik River in 1923. Grimshaw's acquisition is discussed in...
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