Michael A. Di Giovine Interview on “Passing Time with Dr. Rob,” with Chester County Historical Society President Rob Lukens, WCHE 1520 a.m., October 29, 2014

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In this wide-ranging radio interview with Rob Lukens, Director of the Chester County Historical Society, Assistant Professor of Anthropology Michael A. Di Giovine discusses how he connects his research on food, cultural heritage, tourism and museums into his teaching at West Chester University. They discuss Di Giovine’s monograph, The Heritage-scape: UNESCO, World Heritage and Tourism (2009) and his volume Edible Identities: Food as Cultural Heritage (2014), as well as Di Giovine’s extensive experience in audience research for museums and other non-profit organizations in the “culture sector”.

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