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  'MESSAGE' => string 'The Department of English announces that Ann Reed, visiting assistant professor of  anthropology, will present "'We Are Not Tourists!': In-Between Spaces in African American Travel to Ghana," Thursday, Sept. 28, at 4 p.m. in 300 Merrifield Hall. Reed's presentation illustrates how mixed messages of connection and alienation are caught up in the heritage travel of African Americans to Ghana.  The in-between spaces occupied by Ghanaians and African Americans in these circumstances complicate earlier anthropol'... (length=561)
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Ann Reed to give talk on Ghanian tourism Sept. 28


The Department of English announces that Ann Reed, visiting assistant professor of anthropology, will present "'We Are Not Tourists!': In-Between Spaces in African American Travel to Ghana," Thursday, Sept. 28, at 4 p.m. in 300 Merrifield Hall. Reed's presentation illustrates how mixed messages of connection and alienation are caught up in the heritage travel of African Americans to Ghana. The in-between spaces occupied by Ghanaians and African Americans in these circumstances complicate earlier anthropological notions of “hosts” and “guests.”

-- Rebecca Weaver-Hightower, Assistant Professor, English, rwh@und.edu, 777-6391