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A Wild Roguery: Bruce Chatwin’s The Songlines Reconsidered

W orks C ited Adler, Judith. “Travel as Performed Art.” American Journal of Sociology 94.6 (1989): 1366–91. Print. Adler, Judith. “Youth on the Road: Reflection on the History of Tramping.” Annals of Tourism Research 12 (1985): 335–54. Print. Ash, Alec. “Nicholas Shakespeare on Bruce Chatwin.” Fivebooks.com . Five Books, Politics and Society, Journalism. Web. 3 Jun. 2019. Bird Rose, Deborah. Nourishing Terrains . Canberra: Australian Heritage Commission, 1996. Print. Chatwin, Bruce. The Songlines . Pennsylvania: Franklin

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Spaces of (Re)Connections: Performing Experiences of Disabling Gender Violence

. Stanley, Liz, and Sue Wise. Breaking Out Again: Feminist Ontology and Epistemology . London: Routledge, 1993. Web. 8 Jan. 2016. Stone, Philip. “A Dark Tourism Spectrum: Towards a Typology of Death and Macabre Related Tourist Sites, Attractions and Exhibitions.” Tourism: An Interdisciplinary International Journal 52.2 (2006): 145–60. Web. 12 Jan. 2016. Stuckey, Heather, and Jeremy Nobel. “The Connection between Art, Healing and Public Health: A Review of Current Literature.” American Journal of Public Health 100.2 (2010): 254–63. Web. 11 Jun. 2016

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The Cultural and Educational Dimension of the “New Silk Road:” The Re-invention of Mongolness at the Sino-Tibetan Borderlands

lǚyóu jié lüèyǐng 丝路激情那达慕——酒泉市肃北蒙古族自治县文化旅游节掠影 [Silk Road Passion’s Naadam. Cultural and Tourism Festival of Jiǔquán City, Sùběi Mongol Autonomous County.]” Gānsù Rìbào 甘肃日报 [Gānsù Daily], September 20, 2017; online: http://gansu.gscn.com.cn/system/2017/09/20/011813311.shtml (accessed: September 10, 2018). Dollar, David. 2015. “China’s Rise as a Regional and Global Power: The AIIB and the ‘One Road, One Belt.’” Horizons, 4, pp. 162–172. Ekvall, Robert. 1968. Fields on the Hoof: Nexus of Tibetan Nomadic Pastoralism . New York: Holt Rinehart Winston

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Between Mainland and Island: Causes for Migration and the Way of Life of Chinese Mainland Migrant Workers in Bó’áo

. Bó’áo lǚyóu jièshào 博鳌旅游介绍 [Introduction to Tourism in Bó’áo]. Unpublished document, 2009a Bó’áo Zhèn rénmín zhèngfǔ 博鳌镇人民政府. Shìjiè zài zhèlǐ hūxī – tiāntáng xiǎo zhèn•Zhōngguó Bó’áo 世界在这里呼吸—天堂小镇·中国博鳌 [The World is Breathing Here – the Paradisical Little Town of Bó’áo in China]. Unpublished document, 2009b Böhm, Andreas. “Theoretisches Codieren: Textanalyse in der Grounded Theory.” In Qualitative Forschung. Ein Handbuch , edited by Uwe Flick, Ernst von Kardoff, and Ines Steinke. Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 2005 Brødsgaard, Kjeld E

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How to Place August 15 in South Korean History? The New Right, the “1948 Foundation” Historical View, and the 2008 Kŏn’gukchŏl Dispute

Korean History Before and After Liberation]. 2 Vols. Sŏul 서울: Ch’aeksesang 책세상. Pak, Hyo Chong 박효종, Kang Kyu-hyŏng 강규형, Kim Yŏng-ho 김영호, Kim Ir-yŏng 김일영, An Hye-ri 안혜리, Chŏn Sang-in 전상인, and Hŭng Chŏng-sŏn 흥정선. 2008. Kŏn’guk 60- nyŏn: widaehan kungmin, saeroun kkum 건국 60 년 : 위대한 국민-새로운 꿈 [60 Years of Foundation: Great Citizens, New Dreams]. Seoul: Ministry of Culture, Sport, and Tourism [distributed to public institutions, not available in retail stores]. Pak, T’ae-gyun 박태균. 2012. “Segyehwa sidae Han’guk’chŏk inyŏm chihyang’ŭi kiwŏn: t

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East Asian Foodways: How Ingredients Speak of Regionality

. Koeln: Boehlau Verlag, 2009 KTO. “Korea’s Greatest Food, Kimchi.” Wonju: Korea Tourism Organization, September 2015, http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/FO/FOEN6125.jsp, accessed May 2016 Kushner, Barak. Slurp! A Social and Culinary History of Ramen, Japan’s Favorite Noodle Soup. Leiden and Boston: Global Oriental, 2012 Lǎodīng 老丁. “Lǎodīng de sīfāng cài - mǎyǐ shàng shù 老丁的私方菜-蚂蚁上树” [Laoding’s private Dishes - Ant’s on a Tree]. 2016, https://www.xiachufang.com/recipe/100389228/, accessed May 2016 Lee

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