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CEDLA Researchers

PUBLICATIONS

The Role of Rural and Community-based Tourism in Costa Rica’s Environmental and Sustainable Development AgendaThe Role of Rural and Community-based Tourism in Costa Rica’s Environmental and Sustainable Development Agenda
Jun 20, 2021


Work in Paradise:The interaction of women’s cultural, social, and economic capitals in shaping the local labor market of a Costa Rican small-scale touristic village.Work in Paradise:The interaction of women’s cultural, social, and economic capitals in shaping the local labor market of a Costa Rican small-scale touristic village.
Jan 25, 2020

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Junior Lecturer & Mentor

RESEARCH THEME: CULTURAL AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY

b.mosseri@uva.nl

Beatrice Mosseri is a new Junior Lecturer in Latin America and Global Studies at CEDLA. After a bachelor’s in Sociology obtained in Milan, she moved to Amsterdam and graduated with an MSc in Cultural and Social Anthropology, and an MA in Latin American Studies at the University of Amsterdam.
 

In the past two years and a half, Beatrice has worked as a Junior Lecturer in the Anthropology Department’s undergraduate program. Her research passion lies at the crossroads of tourism and environmental justice, with a primary focus on local social and environmental sustainability. For both her Master’s, Beatrice conducted research in Costa Rica (both in person and digitally during the pandemic), exploring the intricate dynamics between tourism, local communities, and the environment. Currently, she's channeling her interests in applied a

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