This series explores the complex and ever-changing relationships between tourism and culture(s). It focuses on the ways that places, peoples, pasts, and ways of life are increasingly shaped/transformed/created/packaged for touristic purposes. The series examines the ways tourism utilises/makes and re-makes cultural capital in its various guises and the multifarious political, economic, social and ethical issues that are raised as a consequence. This set includes volumes 31 to 45 of this series. This collection is available by special order only. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for order queries.