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Memory, Migration and Travel

1st Edition

Edited by Sabine Marschall

Routledge

272 pages | 12 B/W Illus.

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Description

Migration and forcible displacement are growing and impactful dynamics of the current global age. These processes generate mobility flows, travel patterns and touristic behaviour driven by personal and collective memories. The chapters in this book highlight the importance of travel and tourism for enabling such memories and memory-based identity practices to unfold.

This book investigates how diasporic communities, transnational migrants, refugees and the internally displaced recreate home in their host place of residence through material culture, performativity and social relations; and how involuntary tangible and intangible stimuli evoke memories of home. It explores an array of diverse geographical contexts, balancing ethnographic vignettes of contemporary migrant societies with archival research providing historical accounts that reach back more than a century.

Memory, Migration and Travel makes an original contribution by linking the emergent field of memory studies to the disciplines of tourism and migration/diaspora studies, and will be of interest to students and researchers in the fields of tourism, geography, migration/diaspora studies, anthropology and sociology.

Table of Contents

1. Memory, Migration and Travel: Introduction

Sabine Marschall

2. ‘Travelling Memories’: The Homemaking Practices of Skilled Mobile Settlers

Rosie Roberts

3. Material Culture, Memory and Commemoration: Family and Community Celebrations and Connections to ‘Home’ among Asian Indian Immigrants

Caroline Brettell

4. Remembrance, Cultural Performance and Travel: The Greek Migrants of Brasilia and the panigiri Festival

Stylianos Kostas

5. Gallipoli Revisited: Transnational and Transgenerational Memory among Turkish and Sikh Communities in Australia

Burcu Cevik-Compiegne & Josef Ploner

6. ‘To Live in France’: The Confluence of Tourism, Memory, Migration and War

Bertram Gordon

7. Pajouste Forest, 23 August 1941: Memory, Migration and Massacre

Aron Mazel

8. Old Homes Made New: American Jews Travelling to Eastern Europe from 1920 until the Present

Oskar Czendze & Jason Francisco

9. The Macanese Encontros: Remembrance and Diaspora ‘Homecomings’

Mariana Pinto Leitão Pereira

10. Dinner in the Homeland: Memory, Food and the Armenian Diaspora

Carel Bertram

11. Memoryscapes of the Homeland by Two Generations of British-Bangladeshis

Md Farid Miah & Russell King

12. Translocal Narratives of Memory, Place and Belonging: Second-generation Turkish-Germans’ Home-making upon ‘Return’ to Turkey

Nilay Kılınç & Russell King

13. Conclusion

Sabine Marschall

About the Editor

Sabine Marschall is Professor of Cultural and Heritage Tourism (School of Social Sciences) at the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa.

About the Series

Contemporary Geographies of Leisure, Tourism and Mobility

The aim of this series is to explore and communicate the intersections and relationships between leisure, tourism and human mobility within the social sciences.
It will incorporate both traditional and new perspectives on leisure and tourism from contemporary geography whilst also providing for perspectives from cognate areas within the development of an integrated field of leisure and tourism studies.
Also, increasingly, tourism and leisure are regarded as steps in a continuum of human mobility. Inclusion of mobility in the series offers the prospect to examine the relationship between tourism and migration, the sojourner, educational travel, and second home and retirement travel phenomena.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
BUS081000
BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Industries / Hospitality, Travel & Tourism