Part I: The Globalist Humanist Tourist
A collection of essays grounded in the author's own personal and intellectual journeys, which tackles themes questioning the significance and meaning of travel. It asks how and why we travel, where we are going and what we hope to achieve by stepping into globalism. The book considers our current globalist sensibility as both similar to and divergent from the 18th- and 19th-century experiences of travel and travel writing, uncovering those motives and appreciations that are so keenly woven into the imperial enterprise. These elements come together to create an engaging 'around-the- world voyage', offering both concrete case studies and lively, thoughtful anecdotes.