Tourism and National Identity

The Case of Austria

This blog is part of my book-length project about the role of tourism in the reconstruction of Austrian national identity after 1945. I am specifically interested in exploring, how tourism facilitated the reconstruction of the Austrian nation and its place in a context where more conventional theories of nation formation, i.e. Anderson's "imagined community" or Hobsbawm's "invented traditions", do not readily apply. As I continue working on the manuscript, I will discuss case studies and theoretical approaches on this blog and invite your comments and feedback.

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Gundolf Graml

Date created

2012

Online since

27 April 2012

Language of publication

English

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ggraml@agnesscott.edu

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Tourism and National Identity
141 E. College Ave
Agnes Scott College
30030 Decatur
États-Unis

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Decatur

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