Staging Tourism Bodies on Display from Waikiki to Sea World
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Description: The author analyses issues of performance in a wide range of tourist venues, arguing that the public display of bodies is important in structuring identity categories of race, gender and cultural affiliation.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
Publication date: 12/15/2001
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|List of Illustrations|
|Introduction: Touring the Essential|
|Staging "The Cultural"|
|Introduction: Cultural Bodies: Hawaiian Tourism and Performance|
|Picturing Hawai'i: The "Ideal" Native and the Origins of Tourism, 1880-1915|
|Pictures Come to Life: Rendering "Hawai'i" in Early Mainland Performances|
|Advertising, Racializing, and Performing Hawai'i on Site: The Emergence of Cultural Tourism in the 1920s|
|Tourism and the Commodification of Culture, 1930-1940|
|Surfers and "Beachboys": Euro-American Representations of Native Hawaiian Men and Interracial Romance|
|Conclusion: Up to the Present: Profiling Visitors|
|Staging "The Natural"|
|Introduction: Looking at Animals: The Consumption of Radical Bodily Difference|
|The Industries of Species Tourism|
|In/Out-of/In-Fake-Situ: Three Case Studies|
|Performing Nature: Shamu at Sea World|
|Conclusion: Bodies and Tourism|