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PRELIMINARY PROGRAM/ PROGRAMME PREVISIONNEL
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE /CONFERENCE INTERNATIONALE
TOURISM IMAGINARIES
IMAGINAIRES TOURISTIQUES
February 18th to 20th/ 18 au 20 Février
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA
Tourism Studies Working Group (TSWG), University of California at Berkeley / Institut de
Recherches et d’Etudes Supérieures du Tourisme (IREST) et Equipe Interdisciplinaire de
REcherche Sur le Tourisme (EIREST), Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
JOUR 1 / DAY 1 (February 18th)
Morning
10-15h00
14h30-17h30
17h30-18h30
18h30-20h00
20h00-22h00
8h30-9h00
9h00-10h30
EXCURSION PRE-CONFERENCE / PRE-CONFERENCE EXCURSION :
"Historic San Francisco Armory/Kink.com Studio Tour"
Lieu / Venue : Bancroft Hotel, Berkeley
Inscription / Registration
Réception / Reception
Nelson GRABURN, Maria GRAVARI-BARBAS : Introduction au colloque / Introduction to the Conference
Key Note speaker : Dean MacCANNELL
“The tourist imaginary”
Opening Dinner (sur inscription)
JOUR 2 / DAY 2 (February 19th)
Lieu / Venue : Berkeley Alumni House
Coffee
1. GEO-SEMANTICS OF TOURIST IMAGINARIES
SESSION 1.1
Amos RON, Department of Tourism and Hospitality Studies, Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee
Calvary and the tomb of Jesus: Tourism Imaginaries in Christian Themed Environments
Sébastien JACQUOT, EIREST, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne
Imaginaires touristiques et imaginaires locaux
Luc VACHER, Equipe AGILE, UMR 6250 LIttoral ENvironnement et Sociétés (LIENSs) CNRS-Université de La Rochelle
Le merveilleux des eaux tropicales : l’invention d’un imaginaire touristique au rythme des évolutions technologiques.
2.CONFLICT/COMPETITION BETWEEN AND/OR WITHIN IMAGINARIES AND NARRATIVES
SESSION 2.1
Bertram GORDON, History, Mills College
The Battle of Tourism in World War II – Different Perspectives
Hazel HAHN, History, Seattle University
Empire Building, Catastrophes and Tourism in French and English Illustrated Press, 1870-1914
Athinodoros CHRONIS, Management, Operations, and Marketing Department, California State University
Between Place and a Story: Gettysburg as a Tourism Imaginary
Mary CONRAN, Anthropology, University of Hawaii at Manoa
“I Want to See/Save the World”: The Geography of Compassion in Volunteer Tourism
3.STABILITY AND CHANGE
SESSION 3.1
Marie-Laure GUILLAND, sociology / anthropology, Institut des Hautes Eudes sur l'Amérique Latine, Sorbonne Nouvelle
"Colombia, the only risk is wanting to stay" Toward a touristic Colombia: uses and misappropriations of the imaginary of risk
Federica FERRARIS, Anthropology, University of Sussex (UK)
Out of sight, out of time: Italian tourist imageries of Cambodia
Zhaorong PENG and Lu JIN, Department of Anthropology, Xiamen University,
Divergent Tourism Imaginaries: Three different tourism imaginaries to the same ethnic village
Frédérique GUYADER, anthropologie, IRSEA
Stability and change in a tourism policy: the case of Lijiang (Yunnan, China).
4.INSTITUTIONAL AND PERSONAL ARTICULATIONS
SESSION 4.1
Bertrand REAU, Centre européen de sociologie et de science politique- Centre de sociologie européenne -Université Paris 1-CNRS-EHESS
Les imaginaires du Voyage dans les éducations des élites : l’année à l’étranger des étudiants des Sciences Po.
Raghuraman TRICHUR, Anthropology, Sacramento State University
Tourism and Nation Building in Postcolonial Goa.
Lukasz BOCHENEK, Enterprise Institute, Université de Neuchâtel
Imagining the travel – stratifying the travelers
10h30-11h00
11h00-12h30
Pause Café / Coffee break
1. GEO-SEMANTICS OF TOURIST IMAGINARIES
SESSION 1.2
Mathieu PETITE, Department of Geography, Royal Holloway University of London
Ces Alpes “naturelles” et “traditionnelles”: la mobilisation des objets et des images dans les projets touristiques.
Benjamin TAUNAY, géography, Université de La Rochelle.
Imaginaires et pratiques touristiques de la nature en Chine
Rongling GE, Department of Anthropology, Xiamen University
Design a Tunpu for Tourism: A case study in southwest China
Jean-François STASZAK, Department of Geography, University of Geneva
L'imaginaire géographique du tourisme sexuel
2.CONFLICT/COMPETITION BETWEEN AND/OR WITHIN IMAGINARIES AND NARRATIVES
SESSION 2.2
Benjamin PORTER, Near Eastern Studies Department, UC Berkeley
Thinking through ruins: Parsing imaginaries on Middle Eastern tourism’s margins
Barbara SHAFF, English Department, Goettingen University
“The only way I can deal with Egypt is as Molly MacCarthy did with Christmas: alphabetically”: Vita Sackville-West’s tourist experience in Egypt
Miha KOZOROG, Department of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana,
‘Hell over Paradise': Reproduction and altering of the imaginary of a “natural place” through subcultural music festivals
Anke TONNAER, Dept. of Anthropology and Development Studies, Radboud University Nijmegen
Envisioning the Dutch Serengeti: An Anthropological Exploration of Touristic Imaginings of the Wild in the Netherlands.
3.STABILITY AND CHANGE
SESSION 3.2
Valene SMITH, Museum of Anthropology, California State University, Chico
Before the “Mouse”, a Travel Agent was your DEALER IN DREAMS
Josep-Maria GARCIA-FUENTES, Department of Architectural Composition, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya - Barcelona TECH
Reinventing Gaudí. From nation to tourism: Architecture, conflict, and change in Barcelona’s tourist imaginary.
Bernard SCHEOU, University of Perpignan
Quels imaginaires fondent le retour de pratiques d’hospitalité?
Alain GIRARD et Bernard SCEOU, University of Perpignan
L’imaginaire de l’expérience de tourisme solidaire versus l’imaginaire des expériences de tourisme de masse ? Un code symbolique commun derrière une opposition
idéologique.
4.INSTITUTIONAL AND PERSONAL ARTICULATIONS
SESSION 4.2
Madina REGNAULT, EHESS
Mayotte, une île sans imaginaire touristique ?
Ming-chun KU, Institute of Sociology, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
Actors, and Multiple Imagined Landscapes of Tourism: A Case Study of Tourism in the Mogao Caves, China
Eva AMBOS, Cluster 'Asia and Europe', University of Heidelberg, Germany
Religion on Stage: Performing Tourist Imaginaries in Sri Lanka
David PICARD, FCSH, CRIA/Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Images and Experiences of Magic in Tourism
12h30-13h15
13h15-14h15
REPAS /LUNCH
Key Note Speaker : Bernard DEBARBIEUX
"Le tourisme et la petite fabrique des identités sociales et géographiques" / "Tourism places: workshops of social and geographical identities"
5. ASPECTS OF THE SOCIAL PRODUCTION AND DIFFUSION OF TOURIST IMAGINARIES
14h30-16h00
SESSION 5.1
Mari OIRY-VARACCA, Departement of Geography, Geneva University
Fabriquer des imaginaires touristiques, réinventer l’identité. Exemples dans la montagne marocaine.
Habib SAIDI, CELAT, Laval University
Imaginaire touristique et imaginaire national : regards croisées sur Québec et Tunis.
Linda BOUKHRIS, IREST, Université Paris I
L’imaginaire touristique à l’épreuve du Costa Rica : de la production des lieux touristiques à la construction d’une identité territoriale
Jennie GERMANN MOLZ, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA
Displacement, Disconnection and Desire: Tourist Imaginaries of Escape in the Digital Age
2.CONFLICT/COMPETITION BETWEEN AND/OR WITHIN IMAGINARIES AND NARRATIVES
SESSION 2.3
Liz MONTEGARY, Cultural Studies, University of California, Davis
Reimagining Provincetown?: Fifteen Years of “Family Week”
Hécate VERGOPOULOS, Département de Sciences de l'information et de la communication, GRIPIC, CELSA Université Paris-Sorbonne (Paris IV)
Anecdotes et Imaginaires touristiques
Dimitrios THEODOSSOPOULOS, School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent
Scorn or idealization? Tourism imaginaries, exoticisation and ambivalence
Claudio MINCA, Wageningen University
Tourism and biopolitics
6.INSTRUMENTS FOR CARRYING, STORING, AND PERPETUATING THE IMAGINARY
SESSION 6.1
Julien LAVERDURE, LAIOS - CREDAL , EHESS - IHEAL
Manipulating Archaism, Cultural Entrepreneurs and the Touristic Imaginaries of Autochtony.
Jean-Louis MORETTI, UMR 6240 LISA (Lieux, Identité, eSpace et Activités), Université de Corse Pasquale Paoli
La Corse et le tourisme : une construction imaginaire à identité variable
Dana HERCBERGS and Chaim NOY, Program in Israel Studies and the Department of Anthropology,University of Calgary
Ideology and Mobile Cartographies: The Visual Management of Jerusalem
4.INSTITUTIONAL AND PERSONAL ARTICULATIONS
SESSION 4.3
Elizabeth CARNEGIE, University of Sheffield
‘An espionage sortie in the American culture wars’: exploring the imagined world of ‘reasons late-modern other’
Amy Cox HALL, NC-Charlotte
Imagining Discovery: Hiram Bingham’s photographs of Machu Picchu in National Geographic (1913)
Sheungting Iris LO and Bob McKERCHER, School of Hotel and Tourism Maangement, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Tourism, Online Photography, and Mediation of Self
Hazel TUCKER, Department of Tourism, University of Otago
Moving towards postcolonial possibilities of tourist imaginaries
16h00-16h30
Pause Café / Coffee break
16h30-18h00
5. ASPECTS OF THE SOCIAL PRODUCTION AND DIFFUSION OF TOURIST IMAGINARIES
SESSION 5.2
Audray BOCHATON, IRD, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense
Seeking care or going on vacation? Transformations of therapeutic/traveling perceptions and practices viewed through the phenomenon of medical tourism.
Chi Pui CHEUNG, Social Anthropology, University of Manchester
Tourism as a form of State Building: China’s “Red Tourism”
Patrick NAEF, Environmental Sciences Institute, University of Geneva
Voyage a travers un baril de poudre
Yaniv BELHASSEN, Department of Hotel & Tourism Management, Ben Gurion University of the Negev
The Construction of the Imaginary Holy Land in the Evangelical Sub-Culture
2.CONFLICT/COMPETITION BETWEEN AND/OR WITHIN IMAGINARIES AND NARRATIVES
SESSION 2.4
Jing LI, Asian Studies, Gettysburg College
Aestheticizing Xishuang Banna: Minority Song and Dance Spectacle, Economic Regionalism, and Image Crafting in China’s Ethnic Tourism
Jennifer DEVINE, University of California Berkeley
Imagining El Mirador: El Dorado or Apacolypto?
Rupert STASCH, Anthropology, U. California, San Diego
Tourist and Tourate Imaginaries in Contrast, Conflict, or Cooperation: Nudity and Payment in New Guinea Primitivist Tourism
Lu JIN, Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology, University of California, Berkeley
Tourism imaginary and rural development: The practice of ecomuseums in China as an imaginary of the Western model
6.INSTRUMENTS FOR CARRYING, STORING, AND PERPETUATING THE IMAGINARY
SESSION 6.2
Charles CARROLL, Tourism Studies Working Group, UC Berkeley
Divergent imaginaries guided along the Party line: Domestic tourism in national museums, intergenerational tensions and the inculcation of young propagandists in
the Lao People’s Democratic Republic.
Alexandra FERREIRA
Hotel Utopia: the dream of the “National Hotel” during the 1st half of the XX century in Portugal
Isabelle LEFORT, University of Lyon
Où l’on Fait l‘Hypothèse que le « Kitsch » Constitue un Opérateur d’Imaginaires Touristiques
PASCALE NEDELEC, Université Lyon 2
What happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas : when tourism imaginaries fashion the scientific discourse
9.RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LOCATIONS AND TYPES OF IMAGINARIES AND POTENTIAL CARRIERS/USERS
SESSION 9.1
Chris VASANTKUMAR, Anthropology, Hamilton College, Intersecting Tourisms, Parallel Imaginaries? Palimpsestic Itineraries of Han and Western Tourists to
Langmusi, Northwest China
Emmanuelle PEYVEL, DEPARTMENT OF GEOGRAPHY, ECOLE NORMALE SUPERIEURE LYON,
Visiting Indochina: The Imaginary Of The French Colonial Period In Today’s Touristic ViỆt Nam
Rafiq AHMAD, Travel & Tourism Management, Amar Singh College, University of Kashmir
Orientalist Imaginaries of Travels in Kashmir Western Representations of the People and Place
Chia-ling LAI, Graduate Institute of Futures Studies, Tamkang Univ, Taiwan
Packing the World Expo as tourists’ global-mega event: analyzing the media and package tour as the intermediate mechanism of tourist attraction-making
8h30-9h00
9h00-10h30
DINER LIBRE /DINNER (FREE)
Possibility to attend the Chinese New Year Parade in San Francisco
(a huge San Francisco event drawing thousands of tourists to the city)
JOUR 3 / DAY 3 (February 20th)
Lieu / Venue : Berkeley Alumni House
Accueil /Coffee
5. ASPECTS OF THE SOCIAL PRODUCTION AND DIFFUSION OF TOURIST IMAGINARIES
SESSION 5.3
Mariana GÓMEZ SCHETTINI and Claudia Alejandra TRONCOSO, Gino Germani Research Institute, Social Sciences School- Institute of Geography, University of
Buenos Aires
Tourist Imaginaries and Global Competence: Promoting Touristic Argentina
Miriam KAHN, Department of Anthropology, University of Washington
Like Magic: Illusion and Reality in Tahiti's Tourist Cocoons
João BAPTISTA, Institute of Ethnology, Martin Luther University
The sharing of imaginaries of problems in ‘community-based tourism’
Michael Di GIOVINE, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago
The Imaginaire Dialectic and the Refashioning of Pietrelcina, Italy
7.ASPECTS OF RECEPTION AND CONSUMPTION OF IMAGINARIES
SESSION 7.1
Rita ROSS, Canadian Studies Program, UC Berkeley
Evangeline, Acadians, and Tourists
Adriana CRACIUN, English Department, University of California
“The Franklin Disaster as Historic Site, Tourist Destination, and Sovereign Space”
Thitirat PANBAMRUNGKIJ and Nattapat MANIROCHANA, Department of Geography and Regional Research, UNIVERSITY OF VIENNA
Wartime Heritage Tourist Attractions and Tourists’ Quality Expectation
Jess PONTING, Sandra PONTING, Kate SPILDE, Hospitality & Tourism Management, San Diego State University
Producing Nirvana: A Conceptual Framework for Understanding the Production of a Surfing Tourist Imaginary and its Implications for Destination Communities in
the Less Developed World
8.RELATIONS OF CONTEXTUAL-RESOURCES TO KINDS OF IMAGINARIES AND KINDS OF TOURISM
SESSION 8.1
Matilde CORDOBA AZCARATE, The earth and environmental sciences program. The Graduate Center
“Thanks God, this is not Cancun!” Alternative tourism imaginaries in the Yucatan Peninsula (Mexico).
Margaret SWAIN,Women and Gender Studies, University of California, Davis
Myth Management in Tourism’s Imaginariums: Tales from Southwest China, and Beyond.
Louis MARROU, University of La Rochelle-CNRS UMR 6250 LIENSs, CNRS 6250 LIENSs
A comme Açores (A like Azores)
Rina PRIYANI, School of Architecture, Planning and Policy Development, Bandung Institute of Technology, Indonesia
"Wisata Nusantara": Cultural and Political Imaginaries of Indonesian Domestic Tourism.
9.RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LOCATIONS AND TYPES OF IMAGINARIES AND POTENTIAL CARRIERS/USERS
SESSION 9.2
Michaela BENSON, School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol,
Culture, personal biographies, and credibility: Exploring the intersections of imagination and lifestyle migration
Yuko SHIOJI, Department of International Tourism, Hannan University
Imaginaries of “Old England” — A Study of a Changing Community in the English Countryside —
Elizabeth CARNEGIE, University of Sheffield
Beautiful, rugged and flawed? ‘New World Scots’ imaginings of a left land
Vaso TROVA, School of Architecture, University of Thessalia, Greece
Between localism and cosmopolitanism: The tourist resort design
10h30-11h00
11h00-12h30
Pause Café / Coffee break
5. ASPECTS OF THE SOCIAL PRODUCTION AND DIFFUSION OF TOURIST IMAGINARIES
SESSION 5.4
Adèle ESPOSITO, IPRAUS, Paris , ENSAPB, Paris
Siem Reap aux portes d’Angkor (Cambodge) : le rôle des images touristiques dans la conception des projets architecturaux
Philip XIE, Bowling Green State University
Simulated Authenticity
Lina TEGTMEYER, Graduate School for Northamerican Studies, Freie Uniformität Berlin
Mapping the Imaginary In the Theoretic Bubble - Best Western Tourism Studies, Urban Studies, Cultural Studies.
Ami TEMARANTZ, Dalhousie University
“Take a Picture with a Real Indian”: (Self-) Representation, Ecotourism, and Indigeneity in Amazonia
7.ASPECTS OF RECEPTION AND CONSUMPTION OF IMAGINARIES
SESSION 7.2
Ken LITTLE, Anthropology, York University
Belize Ephemera: Materiality, Affect and an Emergent Imaginary
Elizabeth ERKENBRACK, Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
The Mobilization of Quechua as an Ethnocommodity
Ben BRAZIL, Graduate Division of Religion , Emory University (Atlanta, Georgia)
“Dear Mr. Vagabond”: Letters to a Hippie Guidebook Writer
Mike ROBINSON, Centre for Tourism and Cultural ChangeLeeds Metropolitan University
Innocence, Desire and Loathing: Visiting the Book
8.RELATIONS OF CONTEXTUAL-RESOURCES TO KINDS OF IMAGINARIES AND KINDS OF TOURISM
SESSION 8.2
Marian BINKLEY, Dalhousie University
From Nostalgia to Progress – State Marketing of Nova Scotia’s Tourism
Kristina SVELS, Åbo Akademi University, Vasa, Finland, Demography and rural studies (sociology)
Can a ‘blur’ image constitute an unique attraction?
Anne HERTZOG, Cergy pontoise university
Imaginaire touristique et lieux de mémoire de la Grande Guerre
Sandra PONTING, Kate SPILDE, Jess PONTING, Hospitality & Tourism Management, San Diego State University
Tribal Gamings and Imaginaries of Contemporary “Indianness”
9.RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN LOCATIONS AND TYPES OF IMAGINARIES AND POTENTIAL CARRIERS/USERS
12h30-13h15
13h15-14h15
14h30-16h00
SESSION 9.3
Clothilde SABRE, Université Lille 1, laboratoire Clersé
Media Pilgrimage in Japan
Thibault DANTEUR, Université Paul Valéry, Montpellier III, LERSEM, France
La place Jamaa El Fna de Marrakech: coproduction d'un imaginaire orientaliste
Michela BALDO, teaching fellow at the University of Birmingham
Imagining a mythical island: Lesbian tourism in Lesbos
Nan BOYD, Women and Gender Studies Department, San Francisco State University
San Francisco's Castro District: From Gay Liberation to Neoliberal Tourist Destination
REPAS /LUNCH
Key Note Speaker: Noel SALAZAR
The (im)mobility of Tourism Imaginaries
5. ASPECTS OF THE SOCIAL PRODUCTION AND DIFFUSION OF TOURIST IMAGINARIES
SESSION 5.5
Lionel GAUTHIER, Department of Geography, University of Geneva
Faire le tour du monde à la fin du XIXe siècle
Estelle SOHIER, Département de géographie, Université de Genève
Photographies et imaginaire touristique : la Grèce de Fred Boissonnas
Saskia COUSIN, IUT (Tours) / IREST, EIREST (Paris 1)
Le tourisme comme imaginaire
Karen O'REILLY, Social Sciences, Loughborough University
The role of the Imaginary in Residential Tourism
7.ASPECTS OF RECEPTION AND CONSUMPTION OF IMAGINARIES
SESSION 7.3
Paula SANTOS, Behavioural & Political Science, Universidade Fernando Pessoa
The Imagined Nation: Portugal dos Pequenitos miniature theme park and the mistery of the enduring appeal of the colonial image in a post-colonial time
Elena MARCHIORI, Alessandro INVERSINI and Lorenzo CANTONI, webatelier.net Faculty of Communication, University of Lugano
Credibility in the Online Tourism: An analysis of the aspects of reception and consumption of imaginaries produced in Web 2.0 Tourism Services
Valérie KOHLER, Department of Geography, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Fossilisation d’un imaginaire touristique ? Le cas du Grand Nord canadien face à sa mise en tourisme par le web
8.RELATIONS OF CONTEXTUAL-RESOURCES TO KINDS OF IMAGINARIES AND KINDS OF TOURISM
SESSION 8.3
Philippe VIALLON, University of Lyon
Les sites web des métropoles touristiques entre images et imaginaires
Scott MacLEOD, World University and School
Information Technologies, Virtuality and the Touristic Imagination
Pedro ANDRADE, Centro de Estudos de Comunicação e Linguagens, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Tourism Imaginaries and Web 3.0: Geneologic methods in the analysis of tourist interaction with urban public art
Kensuke SUMII, The Center for Japanese Studies, UC Berkeley
Science to Develop a Showcase for Tourism: "Okinawa" as a Locus of Cultural Production among a Folklorist, a Popular TV Drama Producer, Popular TV and
Magazine Reporters, and an Okinawan Tourist Promotion Agency
5. ASPECTS OF THE SOCIAL PRODUCTION AND DIFFUSION OF TOURIST IMAGINARIES
SESSION 5.6
Maria João CORDEIRO, CECC - Research Centre for Communication and Culture, Portuguese Catholic University, Perpetuating tourism imaginaries: guidebooks and
films on Portugal
Alexis BUNTEN, Department of Anthropology, Humboldt State University
Redirecting Demand: Reshaping Popular Imagination in the Production of the Ethnic Tourism Experience
Nadège CHABLOZ, Centre d'études africaines, EHESS
Création d’un Tibet en Afrique
16h00-16h30
16h30-17h30
Pause Café / Coffee break
Concluding remarks
Monday, February 21st
EXCURSION POST-CONFERENCE / POST-CONFERENCE EXCURSION (OPTIONAL)
All day excursion to the NAPA VALLEY
Invitation to explore the Napa Valley imaginary through a wine tasting tour.
Often affectionately referred to as a modern-day Eden, Northern California’s Napa Valley is beyond doubt the most famous winegrowing region in America
and one of only nine Great Wine Capitals on earth.
-OR SAN FRANCISCO WALKING TOUR
“An all-day participatory walking tour through which we will collectively employ and discuss concepts and ideas from the conference as we explore some of the highly toured
sites, imaginaries, and interstitial spaces of “San Francisco.” Tour facilitated by Charlie Carroll of the TSWG, Berkeley"
SCIENTIFIC COORDINATORS:
Nelson GRABURN ([email protected])
Maria GRAVARI-BARBAS ([email protected])
INFORMATION and REGISTRATION : http://www.univ-paris1.fr/colloques/imaginairestouristiques/ ; http://www.tourismstudies.org/tourismimaginaries.htm

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