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This paper will address the role of bodies in British cultures of exploration in the nineteenth- and early twentieth-centuries. In doing so, the paper will draw together work from within the history of geography, the history of tourism, and theoretical perspectives to explore the relationship between bodies of exploration and questions of authority, credibility, and identity. Nineteenth-century scientific explorers frequently defined themselves and their endeavours as different from, and generally superior to, more touristic forms of travel.
The gendered bodies of travellers often played an important role in this process: science, exploration, and adventure were often constructed as masculine activities and, therefore, off-limits to women Kennedy However, these distinctions were increasingly contested in the latter half of the nineteenth-century, with growing numbers of independent women travellers seeking recognition as explorers and geographers.
Addressing these issues will shed new light on the role of bodies within the history of travel and exploration, and the relationship between gender and questions of authority and credibility. Investigating the changes and continuities of travel blogging as a new form of travel writing.
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In both its historical and contemporary guises, geographical work on travel writing is extensive. Yet, theorisations of travel writing are poised at an intriguing crossroads as the preoccupation with narratives of travel being captured and published in print is beginning to shift towards a favouring of digital travel narratives.
This paper will investigate the situation of travel blogging, exploring the changes and continuities in practices of travel writing this emergent phenomena brings. In exploring the continuities and differences between travel blogging and distinctive historical forms of travel writing, the paper will also begin to decipher how the literature on travel blogging may inform and expand existing debate on travel writing and publishing and therefore how travel blogging may influence the contemporary landscape of travel.
Rome, as one of the first sites of pilgrimage, has always had its city spaces formed for visitors. With maps, roads, and relics created to support the pilgrim, as original tourist, this journey was aimed at connecting with the divine. Tourists still travel today to be able to reach something greater than themselves, even if they may not call this divine. This aspect of tourism has the potential to connect people across differences. However, modern mass tourism today is failing to reach its full potential of cross-cultural engagement.
Contributions are of a high international standard and provide theoretically-informed empirical content to facilitate the development of new research agendas in the field of tourism and leisure research. As one would expect from two scholars at the height of their academic abilities, Dimitrios Buhalis and Simon Darcy have delivered a hugely timely and much needed contribution to the under-served area of accessible tourism. This collection is a must have text for anyone engaged in the theory, practice and policy of accessible tourism and will be essential reading on undergraduate and postgraduate courses across a range of disciplines and fields.
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