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I think these have proven rather central to the debate on male sexualities in the Middle East, particularly in relation to tourism and occupation. The second paper is an expanded copy of the first, and possibly caters to those with a more delicate vocabulary. Best, Glenn Bowman, G. 1989. Fucking Tourists: Sexual Relations and Tourism in Jerusalem's Old City. Critique of Anthropology IX, 77-93. Bowman, G. 1996. Passion, Power and Politics in a Palestinian Market. In The Tourist Image: Myths and Myth Making in Tourism ed. T. Selwyn, 83-103. New York and London: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. Glenn Bowman, Reader (Social Anthropology) Acting Head of School School of Anthropology and Conservation Marlowe Building University of Kent Canterbury CT2 7NR http://www.kent.ac.uk/sac/staff-profiles/profiles/social-anthropology/acade mic-staff/bowman-glenn.html