>Day 3

>Today I read two articles:

  1. Herbert, David. “Literary Places, Tourism and the Heritage Experience.” Annals of Tourism Research 28.2 (2001): 312-333 (helps define the terms of the problem of “authenticity” in relation to both historical and fictional sites)
  2. Halewood, Chris and Kevin Hannam. “Viking Heritage Tourism: Authenticity and Commodification.”Annals of Tourism Research 28.3 (2001):565-580 (awkward style and some obvious spelling mistakes like “krøner” instead of “kroner” turned me off, but the bibliography is very useful)
Other than that, nothing.
PAGES/WORDS WRITTEN: zero
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