Vous êtes ici : Accueil › Recherche
› RECHERCHER
Titre
Auteur
Mot-clé
Année avant
Année après
Plus d'options

› AFFINER

› RESULTATS DE LA RECHERCHE  
12 résultats › Tri  › Par 
collection_x
Source : Hypotheses.org

Tourism and National Identity

Gundolf, Graml (9 févr. 2012)

This blog will accompany the writing of a book-length manuscript on the role of tourism in the reconstruction of Austria as a nation after 1945. Arguing against the mainstream notion that Austria only used superficial touristic images to distract from its problematic "real" past (the involvement in ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Confessions of a Tourist

Gundolf, Graml (25 sept. 2012)

Christoph Ransmayr (Foto by Johannes Cizek) This past summer I finally had a chance to read Christoph Ransmayr’s small book Geständnisse eines Touristen: Ein Verhör [Confessions of a Tourist: An Interrogation] (2004). This small book is a compilation of many interviews and conversations that ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Tourism at the Wolfsschanze

Gundolf, Graml (19 sept. 2012)

Unanticipated teaching requirements and a study-abroad trip with students have more or less stalled my project on tourism and Austria for a while. I'm reporting back, however, with this link to a NYT article about tourism projects at Hitler's Wolfsschanze. The article highlights a couple of ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

"What You See Is NOT What You Get!"

Gundolf, Graml (28 févr. 2012)

Musings on the Role of Seeing, Image, and Imagination in Media and Tourist Discourses. (I’m reposting a short piece I wrote for the 2011 Southeast German Studies Consortium-meeting in Atlanta.) A middle-aged woman lies in bed in a hotel room somewhere in Austria. Consuming the contents of the ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Sex, Performativity, and the Nation State

Gundolf, Graml (27 févr. 2012)

Performance and performativity have developed into key terms in the more recent approaches to tourism. Examples are Tim Edensor’s previously quoted book National Identity, Popular Culture and Everyday Life, as well as the anthologies Tourism: Between Place and Performance (2002), edited by Simon ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Film and Tourism: Reading Luis Trenker's "The Prodigal Son" through a Post-colonial Lens

Gundolf, Graml (12 févr. 2013)

I've recently created a short video based on my article "Black Bodies on White Snow: The Reconstruction of Germanness as White in Luis Trenker's The Prodigal Son (1934)," which appeared in From Black to Schwarz: Cultural Crossovers between African America and Germany (2010), ed. by Maria ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

"The Book of Austria"

Gundolf, Graml (23 avr. 2012)

Exhibit one in my investigation of the performative reconstruction of Austrian national identity after 1945 is the Österreich Buch [The Book of Austria]. The lavishly illustrated and carefully edited book was the brainchild of Ernst Marboe, a key figure working at the intersection of postwar ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Soldier-Tourists in 1945 Austria

Gundolf, Graml (13 avr. 2012)

Teaching, conferences, and administrative business has thoroughly interrupted my work on this project. I'm slowly coming back to it and recently began sorting information pertaining to tourism immediately after the end of the war. As I mentioned in my intro post, for that time period the term ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

The "Book of Austria", Revisited

Gundolf, Graml (3 mai 2012)

I just stumbled across an interesting article by Austrian cultural critic Wolfgang Müller-Funk in the Austrian literary magazine Wespennest. In this piece, entitled “So viel Österreich: Mutmaßungen über die Erfindung eines Landes”, Müller-Funk compares the Österreich Buch (about which I’ ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource

Source : Hypotheses.org

Does Tourism Cover Up Austrian Reality?

Gundolf, Graml (10 févr. 2012)

Tourism and Austria--for most of the period since World War II, these two terms have been treated as an almost toxic combination. In the literary fiction of authors such as Ingeborg Bachmann, Thomas Bernhard, Franz Innerhofer, Felix Mitterer, and Nobel laureate Elfriede Jelinek--to name only a few ...

Voir plus d'informations | Voir la fiche de la ressource