Kavalierstour: Kulturkontakte und Fremdheitserfahrungen

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  • David Winkler-Ebner

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15203/historia.scribere.10.114

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Abstract

The following seminar-paper is about the Grand Tour of European nobleman in the early modern period. It will examine, which cultural aspects were primarily perceived by the travelers and which evidences of feelings of “strangeness” or “otherness” appear in their travel reports. As will be shown, the travelers paid a lot of attention to architecture and historiography, but there is hardly any evidence of feelings of otherness regarding these topics, whereas language, clothing and cuisine are hardly ever mentioned but if they are, it always happens in a context, in which the travelers experienced alterity.

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19.06.2018

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