How might New Zealand’s expression of shared cultural heritage, and emphasis on multiculturalism, define the tourist state?
"go tell it on the mountain / what we ate / how we lived / about the bananas / Wolfgang reared in gray water / and the bathtub on the porch"
"We went to Iceland knowing there had been a history of elf sightings. We were a team of highly trained professionals searching for a truth we had only heard rumors of, and when we found it, we struggled with the decision to disseminate the information."
"It's been several months since you took over your late grandfather's farmstead, and you're still getting used to the scarcely forgiving landscape."
Fireworks, sparklers, and sunsets make me think of youth. Of mountains filled with dancing bodies, the smell of burning firewood, and animated voices overpowering the sound of the wind. In the dark night on New Year’s Eve in Reykjavík, Iceland, …
"northern lights (or lack thereof)" appears as part of a special feature dedicated to the Dean's Honor Society's 2017-2018 trip to Iceland.
What is the connection between history and memory, and how do monuments play into this dynamic? A virtual tour.