The Resource Festivals, tourism and social change : remaking worlds, edited by David Picard and Mike Robinson
- Festivals, tourism and social change : remaking worlds, edited by David Picard and Mike Robinson
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- remaking worlds
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- edited by David Picard and Mike Robinson
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- Includes bibliographical references and index
- Remaking Worlds: Festivals, Tourism and Change /David Picard and Mike Robinson --La Cavalcata Sarda: Performing Identities in a Contemporary Sardinian Festival / Iride Azara and David Crouch --Gardening the Past and Being in the World: A Popular Celebration of the Abolition of Slavery in La Reunion / David Picard -- Gauchos, Pachamama Queens and Tourists in the Remaking of an Andean Festival / Patricia Mathews-Salazar -- The 'Freedom of the Slaves to Walk the Streets': Celebration, Spontaneity and Revelry versus Logistics at the Notting Hill Carnival / Angela Burr -- The Making of Community Identity through Historic Festive Practice: The Case of Ashbourne Royal Shrovetide Football / Scott McCabe -- Days of Radunica: A Street Festival in the Croatian Town of Split / Anka Misetic and Ines Sabotic -- Enhancing Vitality or Compromising Integrity? Festivals, Tourism and the Complexities of Performing Culture / Melanie Smith and Kathryn Forest -- Creating the ' Rainbow Nation': The National Women's Art Festival in Durban, South Africa / Sabine Marschall --Kyrgyzstan's Manas Epos Millennium Celebrations: Post-Colonial Resurgence of Turkic Culture and the Marketing of Cultural Tourism / Karen Thompson ... [et al.] -- The Camp Oven Festival and Australian Identity / Shirley Chappel and Gregory Loades -- Christmas Markets in the Tyrolean Alps: Representing Regional Traditions in a Newly Created World of Christmas / Oliver Haid -- The Placeless Festival: Identity and Place in the Post-Modern Festival / Nicola E. MacLeod --Gay and Lesbian Festivals: Tourism in the Change from Politics to Party / Howard L Hughes -- Mobility, Diaspora and the Hybridisation of Festivity: The Case of the Edinburgh Mela / Elizabeth Carnegie and Melanie Smith -- Taking Quebec City: Protest, Carnival and Tourism at the Summit of the Americas /Kirsty Robertson
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