The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing
Aims & Scope
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Journeys is an interdisciplinary journal that explores travel as a practice and travel writing as a genre, reflecting the rich diversity of travel and journeys as social and cultural practices as well as their significance as metaphorical processes. The dual focus on experience and genre makes Journeys unique among scholarly journals concerning travel and is intended to draw into conversation scholars in such varied disciplines as anthropology, literary studies, social history, religious studies, human geography, and cultural studies.
Subjects: Anthropology, Travel Writing, Tourism
Volume 17, Issue 1, Summer 2016
China in Astley’s New General Collection of Voyages as It Appeared in a Spanish Newspaper
The Continent Behind: Alienation and the American Scene in George William Curtis’s Lotus-Eating: A Summer Book
Travel, Authority, and Framing the Subject: Elizabeth Justice’s A Voyage to Russia and Amelia
Captured by Texts: Travel Tales of Captivity in Rabbinic Literature
In Search of My Original Affluent Self and Other Tropes in Travel Writing on Hunters and Gatherers
Donald H. Holly Jr.
Jeremy Fergus Boissevain, 1928–2015
Walking to Write: Following Patrick Leigh Fermor across Europe
Kevin Markwell, ed., Animals and Tourism: Understanding Diverse Relationships (2015)
Reviewed by Jamie McMenamin and Lauri Hyers
Sebastian Filep and Philip Pearce, eds., Tourist Experience and Fulfilment: Insight from Positive Psychology (2014)
Reviewed by Jeroen Nawijn
Jim Butcher and Peter Smith, Volunteer Tourism: The Lifestyle Politics of International Development (2015)
Reviewed by Aviva Sinervo
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