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Geographies of Privilegebrings together an interdisciplinary group of scholars with a worldwide focus to reveal the nature of privilege on a global scale. The chapters examine privilege through a relational lens by showing the tension that exists between privileged (elite) and unprivileged (degraded) spaces. By including of persons and groups that are negatively affected by privileged practice, this book makes privilege studies more accessible to students who do not feel privileged. Geographies of Privilege is the perfect teaching tool for courses on race, class and genderin Geography, Sociology and Anthropology.