List of Figures Notes on Contributors Acknowledgements Preface 1. Current Themes in Indigenous Tourism, Alexis Celeste Bunten and Nelson H.H. Graburn PART 1: IDENTITY MOVEMENTS 1. Deriding Demand: A Case Study of Indigenous Imaginaries at an Australian Aboriginal Tourism Cultural Park, Alexis Celeste Bunten 2. The Masaai as paradoxical icons of tourism (im)mobility, Noel Salazar 3. The Alchemy of Tourism: From Stereotype and Marginalizing Discourse to Real in the Space of Tourist Performance, Karen Stocker PART II: POLITICAL MOVEMENTS 1. Indigenous tourism as a transformative process: the case of the Embera in Panama, Dimitrios Theodossopoulos 2. San Cultural Tourism: Mobilizing Indigenous Agency in Botswana, Rachel Giraudo 3. The Commodification of Authenticity: Performing and Displaying Dogon Material Identity, Laurence Douny PART III: KNOWLEDGE MOVEMENTS 1. Streams of Tourists: Navigating the Tourist Tides in Late 19th Century Southeast Alaska, Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse 2. Experiments in Inuit Tourism: The Eastern Canadian Arctic, Nelson H.H. Graburn 3. Beyond Neoliberalism and Nature: Territoriality, Relational Ontologies and Hybridity in a Tourism Initiative in Alto Bio Bio, Chile, Marcela Palomino-Schalscha Epilogue
Alexis C. Bunten manages the Indigeneity Program for the Bioneers Collective Heritage Institute, based in San Francisco, California. Nelson Graburn is a professor emeritus in the Department of Anthropology at University of California, Berkeley.