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It is broadly scoped commentary and synthesis filled with insights backed by an erudite knowledge of the field. It is less a rigorous analysis than a set of insights that would be useful as a launching point for sustained, in-depth studies using historical, ethnographic, and sociological methods. The central argument of this chapter is that there is a class-elitism in the production of knowledge of the Minoan past that extends across from the nineteenth into the twentieth century and even into the present.
This second occurrence, at the very end, is where Duke defines and discusses the concept, albeit very briefly and in the illustration.enter
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Halfway through this book, as mentioned above, I began to wonder why Duke was not doing what he seemed to have set out as his task. Duke effectively acknowledges as much when he asserts on more than one occasion that his book is based on his own subjective experience of visiting archaeological sites while living in Crete during a sabbatical. It is written by an archaeologist primarily for archaeologists, telling them mainly that they need to be concerned with the social contexts of archaeology. However, this study, to reiterate, is not ethnography.
Instead, it should be viewed as a strong example of culture critique made from an internal position i. The Tourists Gaze, the Cretans Glance should also be read by ethnographers, cultural studies scholars, and students of tourism. The weaknesses and the successes of this book offer many lessons from which we can learn and improve our work.
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This study needs to be read, and read closely, in multiple contexts of disciplinary interests to extract both intended and unintended significance. It is another important contribution for the continuing development of the ethnographic study of archaeology. Citation: Quetzil Castaneda.
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H-Travel, H-Net Reviews. February, Young Culture Critique of Archaeology in Contexts of Tourism Having been engaged with the ethnographic study of tourism and of archaeology for more than two decades, I was very excited to have the opportunity to review this book. Add a Comment.
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