CFP: ATHE annual conference

The Association for Tourism in Higher Education is pleased to announce its Annual Conference and Call for Papers and Call for Papers

  ATHE Annual Conference 2010 1st – 3rd Dec 2010   BACK TO THE FUTURE: RESTATING THE CASE FOR TOURISM IN HIGHER EDUCATION

 

http://www.athe.org.uk/conference/default.aspx  

Hosted by Canterbury Christ Church University and Canterbury Cathedral Lodge  

KEYNOTES

John Penrose (Tourism Minister) TBC

Kurt Jansen (Tourism Alliance)

Professor David Airey (University of Surrey)

Noel Josephides (Sunvil)

THEMES

Changing landscapes of the Tourism Industry

Changing landscapes of Tourism governance

Changing Landscapes of Higher Education and Tourism in Higher Education

 

Papers are welcomed under the following subthemes:

Horizon scanning

Importance of ethics/sustainability/globalization

The changing HE environment

Issues of employability

Corporate social responsibility

Relevance of tourism in wider society

Tourismification of society / of cities.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Full papers, presentation of works in progress and posters, which support the conference aim and within the conference themes, are invited.  Papers from other themes not listed above but reflecting the conference’s overall aim are also welcome.

ABSTRACTS

You are invited to submit an abstract of +/-200 words by 30th September 2010 using the attached abstract form, which can also be downloaded from the website: http://www.athe.org.uk/conference/

Abstracts should be submitted by e-mail to secretary@athe.org.uk and should indicate background, practical implications, methods and/or data sources, and indicative findings of the paper. All abstracts will be subject to a review process.

REGISTRATION

Registration details will be published shortly.

INFORMATION

For further information please contact Dr Marion Stuart-Hoyle, ATHE Vice-Chair/Secretary:   marion.stuart-hoyle@canterbury.ac.uk

One comment

  1. I’ll be putting in an abstract for this, provisionally titled ‘Tourism, regeneration and the ‘new economics”.

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