Chris Boonzaaier is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology and Archaeology at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. In 1997 he was appointed as programme manager of a newly introduced degree course specialising in Heritage and Cultural Tourism. His publications in this field include 'Community perceptions of tourism in the Tshivhase area of the Limpopo Province, South Africa.' Anthropology Southern Africa. Vol. 35(3&4), together with JHF Grobler (2012); 'Towards a community-based integrated institutional framework for ecotourism management: the case of the Masebe Nature Reserve, Limpopo Province of South Africa.' Journal of Anthropology (2012); Juxtaposing a cultural reading of landscape with institutional boundaries: the case of Masebe Nature Reserve, South Africa. Landscape Research, 7, together with Harry Wels (2016); 'Authenticity lost? The significance of cultural villages in the conservation of heritage in South Africa.' Journal of Heritage Tourism, together with Harry Wels (2017).