Asian Ethnology, Vol. 69, No. 2, 2010

"What has been missing is a work tying political, historical, and economic perspectives on tourism and travel, and work focused on a single region of the world.  This book supplies both, and is a welcome addition to the field of travel studies.

"What has been missing is a work tying political, historical, and economic perspectives on tourism and travel, and work focused on a single region of the world.  This book supplies both, and is a welcome addition to the field of travel studies.

…the volume offers sober renderings of gender in travel, and most importantly, multiple lenses through which to view the experiences one might have away from home."

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