Tourism Re-Imagined

Issue 47, Fall 2017

Issue 47

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Thanks to consumer restlessness and a burgeoning travel industry, we recognize that human travel and tourism have surpassed sustainability. In this issue, we consider the change in mindset and new patterns of behaviour that can rein in this hypermobile human creature.

  • Editorial: Let’s Imagine Better Travel
    Aiden Enns 8
  • Section 1: Consumer Tourists
  • Two Characteristics Underly All Tourist Imaginings
    Salazar and Graburn 12
  • Global Tourism Stats
    UN World Tourism Organization 16
  • What Folks Won’t Do for Family (theatre excerpt)
    Steven Ratzlaff 17
  • Section 2: Thoughtful Tourists
  • Hyphenated Tourism 20
  • Poverty Tourism Taxonomy 22
  • Developing an Ethics of Travel
    Allison Jane Smith 24
  • Pilgrim Slows Progress: Camino de Santiago
    Kim Hornak 25
  • Twitter Pilgrim: Camino Gets Virtual
    Katie Munnik 27
  • Disaster Tourism: Standing Outside Catastrophe
    Christopher Lammiman 28
  • Section: Tourism Reimagined
  • How to Read About Africa and Other Foreign ‘Countries’
    Josiah Neufeld 32
  • Return Home Foreign: An Essay on the Film Incendies
    Mandy Elliott and Rachel Barber 34
  • A Trans-Canada Counter-Narrative
    Kathryn Gray 36
  • A Visit to the Land of Fair Trade
    Josh Bergmann 38
  • Solidarity’s Long Walk: The Pilgrimage for Indigenous Rights
    Kathy Moorhead Thiessen 42
  • Feature Interview: Decolonizing Travel
    Bani Amor in conversation with James Wilt 46
  • In Praise of the Crash Landing
    Jessa Crispin 52
  • Regulars
  • Editorial 8
  • Masthead 54
  • Letters 54
  • Sections
  • Civil Disobedience: 12 Arrested for Flying a Banner Rev Billy at Trump Tower 58
  • Christian Peacemaker Teams update Counter-Settler Tour in Hebron 60
  • Catholic Worker Anti-Drone Picket at U.S. Air Base 61
  • Feministry ‘Handmaids’ Protest in Court 62
  • Poetry
  • Dear Reluctant Saint
    Abigail Carroll 14
  • Hallucination at Baggage Claim
    Ben Robinson 49

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