NS 29 Proposed Sessions

29th Nordic Symposium on Tourism and Hospitality Research
Shaping mobile futures: Challenges and possibilities in precarious times

21-23 September 2021 • Akureyri, Iceland

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Proposed sessions

 

Sessions open for abstract submission:

 

No 1.  Re-creating destinations as storyscapes
No 2.  Developing the concept of inclusive tourism
No 3.  Transformative tourism science for a sustainable world: Critical reflections on tourism science’s ontological and ethical foundations
No 4.  Circular Economy, Circularity Paradigm, and Local Space
No 5.  Tourism innovation for precarious times
No 6.  Capturing mobility: Visual methods in Tourism Studies
No 7.  Influence of Equipment and Technology on Outdoor Pursuits
No 8.  Urban tourism development: challenges and possibilities in the wake of Covid-19
No 9.  Celebrating proximity in tourism
No 10.  Entrepreneurship and Family Business: Dynamics and challenges in the European tourism sector
No 11.  Asian mobilities in the changing Arctic: theory and contexts
No 12.  Tourism and other land uses: Coexistence, potential conflicts, or opportunities for symbiotic relationships?
No 13.  Unveiling the intersection between tourism and volunteering in the industrialised world
No 14.  The  importance of slow food and what it means for gastro tourism and slow travels 
No 15.  Overtourism: Challenges and possibilities in precarious times
No 16.  Sustainable behaviour in tourism and hospitality
No 17.  Options and Needs for Wilderness Tourism
No 18.  Tourism Education Methodologies for Inclusion and Emancipation in Precarious Times 
No 19.  Sustainable tourism in rural landscapes of the Anthropocene
No 20.  Towards smarter and more sustainable coastal tourism
No 21.  Migrant workers in tourism: seeking clarity, accepting complexity
No 22.  Tourism Economics and Management
No 23.  Uncertain futures? From overtourism to re-starting tourism
No 24.  Marketing and Service Management in Precarious Times
No 25.  Coping with the Arctification of Northern Tourism before, during and after the Covid-19 Pandemic
No 26.  Methods measuring sustainability effects of tourism development for benefit of local communities and rural areas
No 27.  The new decade of tourism experiences – Everything has changed or has it?
No 28.  Tourism and hospitality work in precarious times
No 29.  City tourism development – challenges and possibilities of mobile future
No 30.  Staying with the trouble of cruise communities in a post-covid world
No 31.  Advancements in Event & Festival Research
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Workshops:

 

No 1.  Post-Pandemic Sustainable Tourism Management
No 2.  Weirding Tourism: How to Conjure (in) Place and Summon Magickal Geographies
No 3.  The Really Big Idea Sketchpad Approach to Shaping Mobile Futures in a COVID19 World: From Ideation to Execution
No 4.  Philosophizing Tourism in Troubling Times
No 5.  Think globally – act locally – local materials as actors in developing doughnut (Raworth, 2012) destinations for sustainable tourism futures