Table of contents for Histories of tourism : representation, identity, and conflict / edited by John K. Walton.

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Tourisms: Identities, environments, conflicts and histories
John K. Walton (editor)
Page. 1: Introduction
John K. Walton 
Page 18: Chapter 1
Empires of Travel: British Guide Books and Cultural Imperialism in the Nineteenth 
and Twentieth Centuries
John M. Mackenzie
Page 49: Chapter 2
'How and Where to go': The Role of Travel Journalism in Britain and the Evolution 
of Foreign Tourism, 1840-1914
Jill Steward
Page 71: Chapter 3
Selling Air: Marketing the Intangible at British Resorts
John Beckerson and John K. Walton
Page 88: Chapter 4
Tourism in Augustan Society (44 BC - AD 69)
Loykie Lomine
Page 106: Chapter 5
A Century of Tourism in Northern Spain: the Development of High-Quality Provision 
between 1815 and 1914
Carlos Larrinaga
Page 125: Chapter 6
Japanese Tea Party: Representations of Victorian Paradise and Playground in The 
Geisha (1896)
Yorimitsu Hashimoto
Page 152: Chapter 7
Radical Nationalism in an International Context: Strength Through Joy and the 
Paradoxes of Nazi Tourism
Shelley Baranowski
Page 185: Chapter 8
'Travel in Merry Germany': Tourist Culture in the Third Reich
Kristin Semmens
Page 214: Chapter 9
Coffee, Klimt and Climbing: Constructing an Austrian National Identity in Tourist 
Literature 1918-38
Corinna Peniston-Bird
Page 235: Chapter 10
Paradise Lost and Found: Tourists and Expatriates in El Terreno, Palma de Mallorca, 
from the 1920s to the 1950s
John K. Walton
Page 253: Chapter 11
'50 places rolled into 1': The Development of Domestic Tourism at Pleasure Grounds 
in Inter-War England
Helen Pussard
Page 272: Chapter 12
Public Beaches and Private Beach Huts: a Case Study of Interwar Clacton and 
Frinton, Essex
Laura Chase
Page 295: Chapter 13
'The Most Magical Corner of England': Tourism, Preservation and the Development 
of the Lake District, 1919-1939'
Clifford O'Neill 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Tourism -- History.