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Dark Tourism and World Heritage Sites

Our new paper, on Dark Tourism and UNESCO World Heritage Sites (WHS), has just been published in the Journal of Heritage Tourism. In the paper, we report on research that we carried out in Greenwich, London, with stakeholders of the Maritime Greenwich WHS. We found that stakeholders were broadly supportive of tourism development in the […]

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Moon Festival

I’ve recently become involved with a fantastic new festival, as part of their advisory board.  Moon Festival is a unique multi-event festival, taking place now and culminating in events to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the moon landings in July 2019. Their really exciting programme, which celebrates the moon in ways involving different cultures, […]

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A new Events Strategy for Visit Greenwich

Along with my colleague, Pamela Zigomo, we have just launched the new Events Strategy for the Royal Borough of Greenwich, following research that was commissioned by Visit Greenwich and the Royal Borough of Greenwich Council. The launch event was held at the University of Greenwich, and you can view all the presentations and the strategy […]

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Job opportunity: Lecturer in Tourism and Hospitality at the University of Greenwich.

We have just advertised a new job in our department at the University of Greenwich.  We’re hoping to recruit a new lecturer in Tourism and Hospitality to join our department of Marketing, Events and Tourism.  Ideally, we’re looking for someone who can bring knowledge of marketing, entrepreneurship, business development and innovation to our team, but […]

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2 Events Management academic posts at the University of Greenwich

We’ve just advertised two posts in Events Management in our department in the Business Faculty at the University of Greenwich. We’re looking for two lecturers or senior lecturers to join us to help deliver our successful Events Management BA and MA programmes and also to be part of the team launching our new BA Hospitality […]

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