Way-Tales: An Archaeological Topophonics for Emerging Tourist Spaces
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Abstract: Describes an innovative methodology for data collection in urban space using walking and audio recording with local citizens. Develops an analytical process from the data which can be reused in travel writing for place branding and for building resources for ethnographic museums and archives, ethnopôles. Draws on theories of writing and identity from Foucault and from Deleuze & Guattari The edited volume explores the topic of experiential walks, which is the practice of multi- or mono-sensory and in-motion immersion into an urban or natural environment.
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Experiential Walks for Urban Design Revealing, Representing, and Activating the Sensory Environment
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