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Researching tourism: Reflexive Practice and Gender. Hazel Andrews and Pamila Gupta, p.1-14

Touristing home: muddy fields in native anthropology. Claudia N. Câmpeanu, p. 15-29

Single or married? Positioning the anthropologist in tourism research. Chiara Cipollari, p. 30-58

”I thought you were one of those modern girls from Mumbai”: Gender, reflexivity, and encounters of Indian-ness in the field. Pamila Gupta, p. 59-79


Marilyn Strathern, p. 80-82

Research Notes

Mirroring the anthropologist: Reflex-ions of the Self: The gendered, indigenous, reflexive self. Filareti Kotsi, p. 83-104

Book Reviews

Understanding travel from different perspectives: A view from South America. Travel and geographies (Viajes y Geografías)

Guidelines of Journeys in Culture: Myths, History and Discourse (Derroteros del Viaje en la Cultura, mito, historia y discurso)e

History of Argentine Touirism (Historia del Turismo Argentino)

Reviewed by Maximiliano Korstanje, p. 105-115

Strategy for Tourism. Reviewed by Andreas Walmsley, p. 115-117

Tourism in Turbulent Times: Towards Safe Experiences for Visitors. Reviewed by Paul Brunt, p. 118-120

Tourism Discourse – Language and Global Mobility. Reviewed by Charlie Mansfield, p. 121-123

Conference Reports

Sharing Cultures 2009 – International Conference on Intangible Heritage, Pico Island, Azores, Portugal, 29 May – 1 June. Reviewed by Graham Busby, University of Plymouth, p. 124-129

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