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This paper identifies the dominant narratives, themes, and marketing strategies that local tourism organizations and groups have used to promote racial heritage tourism in New Orleans. Drawing on ethnographic methods and qualitative data,I argue racial heritage tourism is a form of cultural...
Through a focus on selected ‘texts’, this paper critiques the discursive representation of ethno-cultural diversity by Official Tourism Organisations (OTOs) in England. Embracing a social constructionist philosophy and using the method of critical discourse analysis (CDA), three text ‘types’...
This article explores a disturbing irony of certain touristic festivals and heritage sites: although these festivals and sites tend to draw heavily on the language of shared heritage and community, the dominant narratives and cultural symbols embodied in these venues sometimes celebrate more...
1This paper explores the Reconstruction Era and the late nineteenth century and the importance of movement on the American landscape for newly freed African Americans. Travel is significant in this context as millions of people of color were trying to recover from the ravages of slavery, gain...
This paper examines the role that Arts Council England (ACE) has played since the 1980s in promoting race equality and cultural diversity within the arts. It looks at critiques of the work of ACE in this area, the progress that has been made, where the debate around diversity is currently headed...
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