Destination Dixie: Tourism and Southern History

Destination Dixie: Tourism and Southern History

English | 2014 | ISBN: 0813060265 | PDF | 328 Pages | 3.0 mb
"Fascinating narratives that examine challenging intersections of history, heritage, and memory encountered along the road to historic tourism."-Choice

"A thought-provoking, finely wrought collection. . . . that reveals the complexities of telling and selling of southern history."-European Journal of American Studies
"Especially compelling. . . . The wide span of case studies allows an in-depth understanding of the South and highlights an interesting tension between visitor expectations and the actual variety of historical and regional variation."-North Carolina Historical Review
"Leads us to the important conclusion that heritage tourism is about how people put their selves and their histories into the public eye and the conflicts of representation that arise."-Erve Chambers, author of Native Tours: The Anthropology of Travel and Tourism
The contributors to this volume explore the narrative of southern history and how it is often complicated by race, influenced by local politics, and shaped by competing memories.


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