Commemorative Surrogation and the American South's Changing Heritage Landscape

@article{Dwyer2013CommemorativeSA,
  title={Commemorative Surrogation and the American South's Changing Heritage Landscape},
  author={Owen J. Dwyer and D. L. Butler and Perry Carter},
  journal={Tourism Geographies},
  year={2013},
  volume={15},
  pages={424 - 443}
}
Abstract The past two decades have witnessed momentous changes on the American South's heritage landscape. First, and most dramatically, ascendant civil rights museums have established themselves as bona fide heritage attractions. Second, and more subtly, a nascent movement on the part of plantation house museums is afoot to engage with the lives and labour of enslaved African Americans. The two trends are interrelated and the result is a regional heritage landscape that is more attuned to the… Expand
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