Cuban tourism has been developing rapidly since the early 1990s and an increasing number of Cuban families are opening their homes to tourists. Using the case of a female informant, this exploratory article looks at Cuba’s home-stay tourism sector and examines the impacts of tourism on the Cuban home conceived as a culturally constructed and gendered space.
|Keywords:||Cuba, Hospitality Sector, Tourism, Women|
Professor, Department of Anthropology, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, NB, New Brunswick, Canada
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