Michael A. Di Giovine
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  • Chicago, IL
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Michael A. Di Giovine joined William Rathouse's group
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Ethnographies of Heritage and Archaeology

Discussing ethnographic research into the Heritage industry and the discipline of archaeology
Mar 20, 2010
Michael A. Di Giovine posted a blog post

Session CFP: "Rethinking Pilgrimage, Seduction and Difference" for the conference, "Tourism and Seductions of Difference" (10-12 Sept. 2010, Lisbon)

Session CFP: Rethinking Pilgrimage, Seduction and DifferenceSpecial session for the Conference, “Tourism and Seductions of Difference”1st Tourism-Contact-Culture Research Network ConferenceLisbon, Portugal – 10-12 Sept 2010Session PremisePilgrimage is perhaps the most emotional, most seductive of touristic interactions; it is known to generate intense feelings of ecstasy and transcendence, self-inflicted suffering and penitential pain. Drawing on Eliade and van Gennep, Victor and Edith Turner…See More
Mar 20, 2010
Michael A. Di Giovine joined Ludovic Coupaye's group
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Anthropology of Art, Material Culture and Museum Ethnography

Whether you investigate the use of mobile phones, Aboriginal paintings, ethnographic displays in museums, cultural properties of artefacts, the role of artefacts in rituals, festivals, history of collections, techniques or new technologies...
Mar 20, 2010
Michael A. Di Giovine is attending David Picard's event
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Tourism and Seductions of Difference: 1st Tourism-Contact-Culture Research Network Conference at CRIA - Universidade Nova de Lisbon

September 10, 2010 to September 12, 2010
Tourism and Seductions of Difference Lisbon, Portugal | 9-12 September 2010Who, or what are tourists seduced by? What constitutes their arousal? How do tourists learn what to be seduced by? How is the tourist experience and the temptation to travel framed? What can these attractions tell us about the moral order of tourism and modern culture? How are forms of local, ethnic, gender and national self being shaped and maintained in the contact zones of tourism? How are tourist attractions…See More
Dec 1, 2009
Michael A. Di Giovine is now a member of Open Anthropology Cooperative
Oct 22, 2009

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Michael A. Di Giovine
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Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago
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Session CFP: "Rethinking Pilgrimage, Seduction and Difference" for the conference, "Tourism and Seductions of Difference" (10-12 Sept. 2010, Lisbon)

Session CFP: Rethinking Pilgrimage, Seduction and Difference

Special session for the Conference, “Tourism and Seductions of Difference”

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