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Performing Identity

Early Seventeenth-Century Travelers to the Ruins of Troy

Vassiliki Markidou

The article focuses on three early-seventeenth-century (English and Scottish) leisure travelers’ accounts of the (alleged) ruins of Homeric Troy, namely those penned by Thomas Coryat, William Lithgow, and George Sandys. It argues that their rumination on the specific remains both shaped and reflected their manifold, fractured, and precarious identities while it also highlighted the complex dialogue taking place in these texts between a ruinous past and a fragmented and malleable present. The essay also examines the three travelers’ broken poetics, interspersed in the aforementioned accounts, and shows that they constitute highly self-aggrandizing narratives through which their authors perform their fragile identities.

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Orhan Pamuk, Istanbul: Memories of a City Fiona Smyth

Gerald MacLean (ed.), Re-Orienting the Renaissance. Cultural Exchanges with the East Clifford Edmund Bosworth, An Intrepid Scot. William Lithgow of Lanark’s Travels in the Ottoman Lands, North Africa and Central Europe, 1609–21 Alex Drace-Francis

Daniel Carey (ed.), Asian Travel in the Renaissance John E. Wills, Jr.

Gerald M. MacLean, The Rise of Oriental Travel: English Visitors to the Ottoman Empire, 1580–1720 Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Debbie Lisle, The Global Politics of Contemporary Travel Writing Benjamin J. Muller

Bassam Tayara, Le Japon et les Arabes. La vision du Monde Arabe au Japon, des époques anciennes jusqu’au tournant de Meiji Elisabeth Allès

Alain Roussillon, Identité et Modernité – Les voyageurs égyptiens au Japon Bassam Tayara

Benoit de L’Estoile, Federico Neiburg, and Lygia Sigaud (eds.), Empires, Nations, and Natives: Anthropology and State-Making Talal Asad

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Amy Cox Hall, Sergio González Varela, Jessica S.R. Robinson, Peter Weisensel, and David Wills

, these Greeks would have been nymphs, but by his time had become merely courtesans (97). Early on in Chapter 5, Mitsi calls out her subject, the adventurer William Lithgow (traveling from 1609–10), as a plagiarist (121), and she substantiates this

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Hinemihi o te Ao Tawhito

How a Māori Meeting House in England cultivated relationships and understanding

Michael Upchurch

( Lawlor and Lithgow 2007 ). A 2006 “statement of significance” on Hinemihi ( Lawlor and Lithgow 2007 ) conveys a more considered understanding of Māori perspectives on their taonga tuku iho with relation to Hinemihi . And writing in 2008 on behalf of

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Dunas costeras en Veracruz, México

Conservación y uso para la cohesión social desde la percepción local

María Ángeles Piñar-Álvarez, Astrid Wojtarowski-Leal, and María Luisa Martínez-Vázquez

impacto de las actividades antropogénicas que provocan profundos cambios en ellas por sobreexplotación de recursos, cambios de usos de suelo, falta de planificación urbana y degradación de los ecosistemas naturales ( Lithgow, 2010 ). La localidad de Playa