In today’s world, where refugee crises are exacerbated by xenophobic border policies, where the global north refuses to engage in burden sharing, where people’s freedom of movement is ruthlessly repudiated, the ability to travel is a particularly salient privilege. As Dallen Timothy and Victor Teye argue in their book, “Tourism and the Lodging Sector,” post-World War II-era mass tourism... Continue Reading
Brianna Bilter studies political science and journalism at Northwestern University. She has written for Street Sense Media and North by Northwestern. She traveled to Israel and Palestine through her school to report on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in 2019 and has recently conducted independent research in Morocco through the School of International Training.