London, before and now. Visiting London again after 25 years. It has changed
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Heritage is a thoroughly modern concept ~ McCrone, Morris and Kiely (1995, p. 1) As McCrone, Morris and Kiely assert in their seminal work on Scotland – the Brand: The Making of Scottish Heritage (1995), heritage as we know it today is not the…
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So the first week of the Spring semester has come and gone. We have skimmed the upper ice berg of the definition of tourism, and now diving below the waterline to see all the complexity associated with that…
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