aboriginal peoples. See indigenous
peoples
Adams, Vincanne, 225n8
affective ­labor, 13, 15
affluence, 35, 69, 73, 83, 145
Albert, Michael, 228n10
Allison, Anne, 111
Alpinism, 26–33, 225n10
American Alpine Club, 26
androgyny, 36, 125, 140. See also ­
women: masculine qualities of
animal overpasses, 3
animism, 181, 203
anthropocentrism, 199, 201
antiauthoritarianism, 80, 230n14
Appleby, Michael, 173
Arendt, Hannah, 110, 227n6
Asad, Talal, 18–19, 175
Association of Canadian Mountain
Guides, 151, 237n2
Australia, 45, 84–86
authenticity, 223n1, 225n8
Ayers, Fred, 26
Banff: attitudes ­ toward the Japa­nese
in, 153–55; character of, 143–44, 157;
inhabitants of, and their history,
155–58, 209–10; Japa­nese commu-
nity of, 145; location and signifi-
cance of, 6; nontourist areas of, 9
Banff Bow Valley Heritage Tourism
Strategy, 150, 155, 158, 210
Banff Bow Valley; report on, 208
Banff Bow Valley Task Force, 186
Banff National Park: and indigenous
peoples, 239n4; Japa­nese bus tour
of, 3–5; Japa­nese tourists in, 1–3;
management plan for, 185–86;
origin of, 14–15, 156; philosophy,
policies, and practices in, 66, 158,
185–94, 238n1; rules of use in, 190;
stewardship of, 151–52, 155–56; and
World Heritage Sites, 163
Barthes, Roland, 224n1
Benjamin, Walter, 111
Bhabha, Homi, 177, 237n4
biodiversity, conservation of, 3; fire
and, 134; United Nations convention
on, 238n1
boundary objects, 24
Brewster’s, 14, 203
Brinton, Mary, 58
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