A Timeless Place: The Ontario Cottage
By: Julia Harrison (author)Hardback
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A Timeless Place will interest scholars in cultural geography; tourism, leisure, and recreation studies; sociology and anthropology; cultural history; Canadian studies; and, of course, cottagers from Ontario and elsewhere.
Julia Harrison is a professor of anthropology at Trent University and author of Being a Tourist: Finding Meaning in Pleasure Travel (UBC Press, 2002).
1 An Introduction to the Cottage 2 The Cottage: A Special Place 3 Community, Nature, Modernity, and Nationalism at the Cottage 4 Time and Order at the Cottage 5 The Cottage Body 6 Family at the Cottage 7 Gender at the Cottage 8 Privilege at the Cottage Notes References Index
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