This looks set to be a really interesting event. As tourism has matured as an academic area, there has been increasing activity in this field,
Wesley Rykalski and I have had the abstract below accepted for the ATLAS 2011 conference in Valmeira, Latvia. The theme of the conference is ’Landscape and Tourism:
This is a copy of a presentation that myself and a colleague, Samantha Chaperon, were due to give at the ATHE 2010 conference last week.
I was very pleased to be invited last week to speak to a group of Japanese scholars from Oita University who were on a visit to
I’ve been working on some new research with a colleague, Samantha Chaperon, which uses dependency theory as a framework for analysing the development of seaside
I’ve recently had this monograph, based on my Master’s research, published as a book called ‘Simulated Cities: cultural regeneration, branding and representation in urban development’. Click