Writing Travel

Writing TravelThe Writing Travel series publishes work in the new field of travel studies. * Editions of out-of-print travel books or previously unpublished travel memoirs * English translations of important travel books in other languages * Theoretical and historical treatments of ways in which travel and travel writing engage such questions as religion, nationalism/cosmopolitanism, and empire; gender and sexuality; race, ethnicity, and immigration; and the history of the book, print culture, and translation * Biographies of significant travelers or groups of travelers (including but not limited to pilgrims, missionaries, anthropologists, tourists, explorers, immigrants) * Critical studies of the works of significant travelers or groups of travelers * Pedagogy of travel and travel literature and its place in curricula * Original travel writing that explicitly engages its generic precedents or the historically complicated conditions of travel.
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n/aVienna Voices: A Traveler Listens to the City of Dreams$18.00
n/aEating Europe: A Meta-Nonfiction Love Story$18.00
n/aAu Japon: The Memoirs of a Foreign Correspondent in Japan, Korea, and China, 1892–1894$30.00
n/aSarah Heckford: A Lady Trader in the Transvaal$30.00