As scholarship exposes how gender, ethnicity, and class are constituted through global economic arrangements it is imperative that research uncovers how race is a salient category also shaping current global inequality but experienced differently in diverse geographies and histories.
Gratitude goes to Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Gary Gereffi, Linda Burton, Gilbert Merkx, and Mary Hovespian; colleagues at the University of Tennessee; the Institute for Social Research at the University of Costa Rica; and all the participants who participated in the project. All errors are the author’s alone.
Christian, M. (2015), "Racial Neoliberalism in Costa Rican Tourism:
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