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Festivals and the City online sessions

On September 1st 2020, the GLTRG sponsored sessions dedicated to “Festivals and the city: the festivalisation of public space” were held online. These sessions were meant to take place at the 2020 RGS-IBG Annual Conference, which was postponed due to…

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Journal of Sustainable Tourism Special Issue CfPs: Gender, Entrepreneurship and Social Policy in Tourism

GLTRG member Dr Anna de Jong, along with colleagues Dr Albert Kimbu and Dr Michael Ngoasong, is editing a special issue on Gender, Entrepreneurship and Social Policy in Tourism, for the Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Abstract Deadline: 15 April 2021…

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New article by Dr Alberto Amore and colleagues published in the Journal of Sustainable Tourism

Dr Alberto Amore at Solent University, UK, co-authored an article on the Journal of Sustainable Tourism with Dr Bailey Ashton Adie (Solent University, UK) and Prof. C. Michael Hall (University of Canterbury, New Zealand). The article is part of a…

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Dr Alberto Amore published a chapter on expectations of tourism stakeholders in post-earthquake Christchurch, New Zealand

Dr. Alberto Amore at Solent University, UK recently published a chapter looking the expectations and disillusions of relevant tourism stakeholders in Christchurch, New Zealand, following the earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. The contribution is part of the edited book Tourism…

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Fair space. Fairgrounds and the transformation of public space.

Many different types of events are staged in England’s public spaces, but few can match the history or the mystery of the fair. These events date back to the 13th century and although there have been notable shifts in their…

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How Bali could build a better kind of tourism after the pandemic

COVID-19 has hit tourism-reliant destinations hard. The Indonesian island of Bali, for example, where 70% of the population depend on tourism, has seen extensive job and income losses since it closed its borders in April. The economic impact so far…

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Researching Women Mountaineers, United Kingdom, 2020

Our final version is completed. Thank you to Dr Adele Doran at Sheffield Hallam University for your patience and contribution in making this a reality. Adele and I have both independently recently completed our PhD research theses that explore the…

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Nature, Health and Digital: Transcending Borders of Exclusion Through Immersive Solutions

Join us for a virtual event! Nature, Health and Digital: Transcending Borders of Exclusion Through Immersive Solutions In partnership with GLTRG and DGRG (Digital Geographies Research Group) Date: 28th September 2020. Time: 9am – 12pm Location: zoom (details provided upon…

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Dr. Jaeyeon Choe published a Special Issue- “Geographies of religion and spirituality” in Tourism Geographies Journal!

Dr. Jaeyeon Choe at Bournemouth University, UK and Dr. Michael Di Giovine at West Chester University, US organised a panel session, ‘Geographies of religion and spirituality: pilgrimage beyond the ‘officially’ sacred’ at Royal Geographical Society Annual Conference in 2016 (https://blogs.bournemouth.ac.uk/research/2016/09/04/geographies-of-religion-and-spirituality-at-royal-geographical-society-conference-london-2016/).…

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Can the tourism industrytry recover from the Covid-19 pandemic? Dr Jaeyeon Choe interviewed in Geographical, the Magazine of the Royal Geographical Society.

The sudden cessation of international tourism as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic has brought the world’s largest employer to a standstill, with widespread hardship following in its wake. Can the sector recover? See the following link for the full…

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