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Should a feminist dance tango? Some reflections on the experience and politics of passion

Special section: Should a feminist dance tango? In dialogue with Kathy Davis From Feminist Theory Tango, of all popular dances, seems to be the most extreme embodiment of traditional notions of gender and heterosexuality. It seems to be the performance … Continue reading

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Have magic, will travel’: Tourism and Harry Potter’s United (Magical) Kingdom

From Tourist Studies This article examines the expanding global tourist trade for fictional places derived from popular narratives that are recreated for the tourist’s pleasure. The study is concerned with a form of tourism whereby imaginary, invented places, as represented … Continue reading

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