Articles | Volume 77, issue 3
15 Sep 2022
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Swiss human geographies lecture 2019 tourism troubles: feminist political ecologies of land and body in Panama

Sharlene Mollett

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This paper highlights the continuity of settler-colonial relations within tourism landscapes. This work highlights how land control is both material and embodied.