- Hardcover: 274 pages
- Publisher: Routledge (18 Oct. 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0415995396
- ISBN-13: 978-0415995399
- Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 15.9 x 22.9 cm
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,744,048 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Travel and Ethics: Theory and Practice (Routledge Research in Travel Writing) Hardcover – 18 Oct 2013
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About the Author
Corinne Fowler (editor) is a postdoctoral researcher at Lancaster University. She co-edited a special issue of the International journal Journeys on travel and ethics with Ludmilla Kostova (Berghahn: 2004). Her recent book Chasing Tales: travel writing, journalism and the history of British ideas about Afghanistan is forthcoming (Rodopi: 2007). She was the 2006 winner of the Feminist and Women’s Studies essay award with her ‘Journalists in feminist clothing: men and women reporting Afghan women during Operation Enduring Freedom, 2001’ (online Journal of International Women’s Studies, January 2007). She is currently working on an AHRC-funded project called Moving Manchester, which explores ways in which the experience of migration has informed the work of creative writers from Greater Manchester since 1960.
Charles Forsdick (editor) is James Barrow Professor of French at the University of Liverpool. He is author of Victor Segalen and the Aesthetics of Diversity (OUP, 2000) and Travel in Twentieth-Century French and Francophone Cultures: The Persistence of Diversity (OUP, 2005), and co-editor of Francophone Postcolonial Studies: a Critical Introduction (Arnold, 2003). He has published numerous articles on travel writing, exoticism, Caribbean literature in French and postcolonialism,and was director of an AHRB-funded project on ‘New Approaches to Twentieth-Century Travel Literature in French’ (2000-03). He sits on the advisory board of Liverpool University Press and is a member of the editorial boards of Francophone Postcolonial Studies, Journal of Romance Studies, Contemporary French and Francophone Studies and Studies in Travel Writing.
Ludmilla Kostova (editor) is Associate Professor of British literature and cultural studies at the University of Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria. She has published widely on eighteenth-century, romantic and modern British literature and on issues of cultural encounter. Her book Tales of the Periphery: the Balkans in Nineteenth-Century British Writing (1997) has been frequently cited by specialists in the field. She has organized seminars and panels with a focus on travel and its representations.