Dieter meiners dissertation

James Malone
Christopher Matthews
Louise Mattingly (Balestreri)
Carl McCain
Cheryl McCandless (Cornwall)
Tony McNair
Carol Menkhaus (Stewart)
Todd Merriweather
Robert Monolo
Brian Moore
Therese Moreno (Watts)
Clifford Moton
Mary Beth Nerviani
Dong Nguyen
Jeffrey Nixon
Timothy Norman
Patrick O'Brien
Andrew Osseck
Maria Palmer (Bergin)
Lisa Pearson (Perry)
Mary Perry
Thomas Piel
Lisa Pini (Bone)
Paul Pini
John Prosser
Kelly Puglici (Gibbons)
Cynthia Regan
Ann (Reyland) Mosby
Alfred Richardson
Joanne Richardson (Fults)
Suzette Roberts (Valdes)
Stephen Roesler
Josephina Ryan (Vitale)
Raymond Scott
Gary Seitz (Deceased)
Carmine Sesti
Kevin Shanahan
Hylle Simmons
Kimberly Smith
Donna Snider
Jeanine Sommers (Costello)
Karen Teasdale (Ehrmann)
Robert Thomeczek
Judith Turner
George Walker
Kim Walker
Michelle Walsh (Spina)
Mark Warren
Keith Washington
Barbara Wells
Michael Wheeler
Thomas Wheeler
Karen White
Rumable White
Nancy Willey (Alvord)
Mark Williams
Steven Williams
Tracy Williams (Schrick)
Rennie Young
Richard Young
Jeffrey Zeilmann 

From the Enlightenment into the 19th century, Bildungsreisen ("educational journeys") undertaken by the (upper) middle class were an important stage in the development of tourism. The travels of the educated middle classes imitated those of prominent poets and philosophers, for example Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712–1778) , Charles Baron de Montesquieu (1689–1755) , Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832) [ ] , Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (1729–1781) , Johann Gottfried Herder (1744–1803) and many others.  They all travelled to Italy or France in search of edification and discussed the knowledge acquired abroad and their experiences in literary works, travelogues and travel novels. Educational travel expanded with the inclusion of other strata of the population and shorter trips. People journeyed in coaches, explored the countryside and cities, visited landmarks in order to experience nature, culture and art directly on the spot and deepen one's understanding of them. Alongside middle-class travels in search of education and art, there developed a form of travelling oriented towards culture, industry and technology . These were information-gathering journeys driven by professional interests and economic motivations. The representatives of a middle-class entrepreneurial strata travelled to France, Britain and Germany with the express goal of learning about the technological progress and innovations of industrialisation. They were interested in current developments in trade, agriculture, industry, technology and manufacturing, which they explored through direct contact with individuals.

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