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Authors and Papers

This page lists all the accepted papers by author. Click on a Panel Referece to see the panel page (showing convenors, abstracts, accepted paper titles & abstracts).

AuthorPaperPanel
Abram, SimoneIntervention in policy-makingPlen3
Adema, Pauline'Garlic capital of the world': foodscapes, festivals and culinary tourismE2
Allais, LuciaThe social agency of sandstone: monuments, materials and mobility at Abu SimbelD4
Almeida, CarlaTourist patrimonialisation: ethnography and power in a Portuguese village F3
Alneng, VictorThe right price: local bargains for global playersE4
Anderson, BroughtonWhere in Scotland is Dumfries and Galloway? Tourism as a vehicle for locating and challenging national and local politics, economics and identity in periphery ScotlandC3
Andrews, HazelTourism as 'a moment of being' G4
Archibald, KennyThe accidental ethnographer?A1
Archibald, KennyIdentifying backpackersH1
Aziz, Heba‘Anthropolicy’: Reflections on the relationship between anthropology and policyPlen3
Bauer, ThomasResearching locals' perception of tourism in its early stages: insights from site studies in Viengxay, Lao PDRB2
Bauer, ThomasEmerging concepts and practices of tourist hospitality among the locals of Viengxay, Lao PDRA2
Benson, Michaela'There's more to life': why the British migrate to rural FranceD1
Bhatti, ShailaThe touristic gaze at the Lahore Museum F1
Blain, JennyReburying the past, re-enchanting the present: pagans, archaeological landscapes and reburying the deadG3
Boissevain, JeremyMalta and tourism: views from a long-term anthropological engagementPlen2
Brinkhuijsen, MarliesLegible landscapes: the use of narratives in landscape design for leisure in Dutch cultural landscapesG2
Brittain, MarcusStraining at the borders of belief: cultural tourism as crisis-management, and the mediatisation of archaeologyF4
Buzalka, JurajEthno-tourism and social change in south-east PolandB4
Calvo-Gonzalez, ElenaOn 'black culture' and 'Black bodies': state discourses, tourism and public policies in Salvador da Bahia, BrazilB3
Campeanu, Claudia NTouristing home: muddy fields in native anthropologyA3
Campeanu, Claudia NUntangling the tourism game: politics, development and local elites in Sighisoara, RomaniaB1
Candea, MateiCorsica, hospitality and the law: some paradoxes in identity and differenceA2
Candea, MateiTrial by fire: connected and disconnected gaze in CorsicaC1
Carter, ThomasSelling the revolution: the state's involvement in Cuban tourismB1
Causevic, SenijaThe significance of dark tourism in the process of tourism development after a long-term political conflict: an issue of Northern Ireland B1
Chabloz, NadègeSolidarity tourism: the misunderstandings of the meeting between some French tourists and Burkina Faso inhabitantsD3
Chabloz, Nadège'We don't sell a dream but reality': which dream does 'fair tourism' sell?E4
Chambers, DonnaA postcolonial interrogation of attitudes toward homosexuality and gay tourism: the case of JamaicaE1
Chua, Liana'Un-cultural' objects in a 'cultural' space: the disruption of tourist expectations in a Bornean village museumF1
Cipollari, Chiara'Married or not?': reflections on fieldwork in Botiza (Romania)A3
Cipollari, Chiara'What a picturesque village': producing tourist spaces in North-West RomaniaG2
Clanton, Carrie'Living' history: ghost tourism in the UKG3
Cochran, Matthew Psychogeographies and the experience of scripted heritageF2
Corbillé, Sophie'I don't want to play the indigenous!' Tourism, ethnology and organisation of social and symbolic relations in gentrified neighbourhoods of eastern ParisF3
Cravatte, Céline'We don't sell a dream but reality': which dream does 'fair tourism' sell?E4
Cubero, CarloMobile and insular islands: contested visions of Caribbean spaces in tourism developmentC3
Daugbjerg, MadsBorders, battles and authority at a symbolic battlefield siteF1
Deltsou, EleftheriaTime, space and nostalgia in web narratives of eco- and agro-tourism G2
Doquet, AnneTourism, ethnography and masks: the patrimonialisation of the Dogon country (Mali)H1
Douny, LaurenceMud cloth maps: the objectification of tourism in the Dogon Land (Mali/West Africa)F2
Douny, LaurenceThe commodification of Dogon culture: objects of desire and the production of a material identityF1
Drazin, AdamTourist artefacts and temporal maps: the ageing in place study of seniors' homesF2
Duccini, LucianaOn 'black culture' and 'Black bodies': state discourses, tourism and public policies in Salvador da Bahia, BrazilB3
Estelmann, FrankExile in paradise: a literary history of Sanary-sur-MerD2
Feldman, JackieAs it is written: performing the Bible Land under the pilgrim gazeG4
Finger, SandraWhat the 'authentic' can tell us: tourism, authenticity and cultural politics in TurkeyE4
Flikke, MichelleCuban museums and Afro-Cuban heritage production in socialist CubaF1
Flikke, MichelleCuban museums and Afro-Cuban heritage production in socialist CubaH1
Froemming, Urte UndineThe melting glaciers of Kilimanjaro: on the touristic appropriation of African nature in aesthetic modernityB4
Frohlick, SusanPrivacy matters: conundrums of sexual secrecy in a transnational tourist town in Costa RicaE1
Frost, NicolaGreen curry: managing culture and commerce on Brick LaneE2
Galani-Moutafi, VasilikiPackaging nature and place: the transformation of Chios' Mastiha into a global commodityF1
Geary, DavidDestination enlightenment: branding Buddhism and spiritual tourism in Bodhgaya, BiharB1
Giguère, NadiaLife stories through the prism of the traveling experience: the case of three travellers in IndiaC4
Graburn, NelsonThe pleasures of inter-disciplinarity?Plen2
Gregoric Bon, NatasaNegotiating rubbish in Dhermi/Drimades of southern AlbaniaC3
Gupta, Pamila'I thought you were one of those modern girls from Mumbai': Gender, reflexivity and encounters of Indian-ness in the fieldA3
Harrison, DavidSupping with the Devil? The anthropologist as consultant.Plen3
Harrison, JuliaRemembering the 'real' cottageC4
Hieslmair, MichaelSaison opening: cultural transfer along east German-Alpine routes of migrationD2
Hieslmair, MichaelSaison opening: cultural transfer along new East German-Alpine routes of migrationH1
Himmelgreen, David'The tourist season goes down but not the prices': tourism and changing food habits in rural Costa RicaB2
Hitchcock, MichaelCultural perceptions of tourism and terrorismB3
Howland, PeterPinot pilgrims: metro-rurality, reflexive distinction and enchanted wine in Martinborough, New ZealandE2
Hughes-Freeland, FeliciaTraditional performance and dance tourismC1
Hutnyk, JohnRevolutionary tourism: souvenirs of EverestPlen1
Iles, JenniferGoing on holiday to imagine war: tourists on the battlefields of the old Western FrontE3
Joy, CharlotteHeritage and tourism: contested discourses in Djenné, a World Heritage site in MaliF3
Karmanov, DmitriThe impact of narratives on the experience of urban and natural environments.G2
Keiller, PatrickRobinson in SpaceG1
Koerner, StephanieTourism and challenges posed for anthropology by new cosmopolitan images of 'living your own life in a runaway world' F4
Koivunen, Emma-ReettaA virtual island? Tourism and the internet in a Shetland island communityD4
Korpela, MariLiving between India and the West: the community of Westerners in VaranasiD1
Kotsi, FilaretiMirroring the anthropologist: reflex-ions of the selfA3
Kulirani, FrancisTourism business opportunities for community development among tribes/indigenous communities in India and Canada: anthropological dimensionsB4
Lamprey, CarolineTourism and citizenship in anthropology of personhood perspectivesF4
Lange, IsabelleTouring with a mission: personal expression and identity as a traveller in the name of faithG4
Laviolette, PatrickContouring and contesting Cornishness F2
Laviolette, PatrickThe importance of being there… a disgruntled tourist in King Arthur's courtE3
Leduc-Grimaldi, MathildeIn comers / out comers? Images of early tourists in Central Africa, 'indigenous' people visiting mother countryD3
Legrand, CarolineMarketing and social impacts of roots tourism in contemporary IrelandC2
Leizaola, AitzpeaYou eat so well! Culinary tourism in the Basque Country: new trends and challengesE2
Lengkeek, JaapThe articulation of tourist meanings in landscape designG2
Lenz, Ramona'Hotel Royal': tourist accommodation and detention campD2
Lindley-Highfield of Ballumbie Castle, MarkMission and modernity in Morelos: the problem of a combined hotel and prayer hall for Muslims in MexicoC3
Little, Kenneth'Paradise is as paradise doesn't': arresting images and visual embodiment in a tourist encounter in BelizeC1
Lugosi, PeterHospitality spaces, hospitable relationships: exploring the entanglement of social and commercial hospitalityA2
Lynch, PaulThe significance of dark tourism in the process of tourism development after a long-term political conflict: an issue of Northern Ireland B1
Macleod, DonaldPower, culture and the production of heritageF3
Makovicky, NicoletteChoreography of the hands: transmitting knowledge through mapping embodied movementsF2
Mars, GeraldSuggested requirements for food-based tourism: findings and conjecturesE2
Mars, ValerieSuggested requirements for food-based tourism: findings and conjecturesE2
Martin, KeirThe work of tourism and the fight for a new economy; the case of the Papua New Guinea Mask FestivalC3
Matthews, Amie'Here for a good time, not a long time': sexual freedom, desire and intimacy in the international backpacking communityE1
Matthews, AmieNegotiating 'home' and 'away': the impacts of long-term travel, time and distance on identity, belonging and sense of placeG4
Mayer, AndreasMediterraniaD2
McCabe, ScottFrom ethnographer to tourist and back again: shifting subjectivities and positioning strategies in the anthropology of tourismA1
McDonald, MaryonMaps and models: material bodies in EuropeF2
McNenly, LindaBuffalo Bill's Wild West, Disney and other spectacular spaces: native experiences in public entertainment from the 19th century to the presentH1
McNenly, LindaMulti-sited ethnography and the anthropological study of tourismA1
McNenly, LindaAre there any natives in the West?: competing discourses of westerness and nativeness at a heritage siteC3
Meiu, George PaulTranslocal sexual encounters as higher order learning: Samburu 'Ilmurran' and female tourists in KenyaE1
Morell, MarcA crafty bluff: picturesque tourism or the experience of neighbourhood and past as part of the property shopping basket in Ciutat de MallorcaB4
Muir, StewartHomesick travel: spiritual tourism in southeast AustraliaC2
Nagy, RalucaOn labels: tourists, migrants and othersD2
Nam, JanimaParis Syndrome: reverse homesickness?D2
Neal, TimothyOnce upon a time: Truth as an expressionF4
Neal, TimothyTourism as a membraneD1
Neveling, PatrickLarge-scale tourism in small-scale societies: introductory paperB4
Neves, KatjaExpectations and disappointments in whale watching trips: living up to Moby Dick and Disney World CetaceaE3
Nogués Pedregal, Antonio MiguelAn anthropological dilemma: facing the patrimonialisation of culture in tourism contextsF3
Nogués Pedregal, Antonio MiguelCulture, tourism and social topology: Moebius and intercultural processes among European residents in the Costa Blanca (Alicante-Spain)D2
O'Gorman, KevinMonastic hospitality: the enduring legacyA2
O'Reilly, KarenThe rural idyll, residential tourism and the spirit of lifestyle migrationD1
Orange, HilaryThe importance of being there… a disgruntled tourist in King Arthur's courtE3
Paphitou, NicolettaSame route, different tourists: methodological issues in tourism researchA1
Pathak, NupurCan the quest for spiritual nutrient contribute to tourism? An ethnographic study on Buddhist sacrificial ritualistic practices in IndiaG3
Pattieu, SylvainNorth-South exchanges through a popular tourist organisation related to the trade union movement D3
Pazzagli, Ivo GiuseppeThe touristic space between mytical construction and production of reality: the case of RiminiE4
Peleikis, AnjaPerforming the past: German 'homesick tourists' in LithuaniaC2
Perng, Sung-YuehEmbodied media technologies and touring foodD4
Philcox, LiaMine eyesH2
Picard, DavidAllegorical Gardens: Tourism Liturgy and the Making of Tropical InsularityE4
Picard, DavidFanta Orange for the Ancestors: Ingesting the 'Mad' Stranger in Southwest MadagascarA2
Pink, SarahAn urban tour: sensory sociality as ethnographic methodG1
Pires, Ema Claúdia RibeiroOn ethnography, identities and tourism: notes from Malacca's Portuguese settlement (West Malaysia)H1
Rabo, AnnikaEnchanted space and prosaic place: touristic and native visions of the bazaar in AleppoPlen1
Rapport, NigelWalking Auschwitz, walking without arrivingG1
Rethmann, PetraThe euphoria of nostalgia: a visit with Leo TrotzkyC4
Reynolds, RodneyMapping interstitial spaceF2
Rollason, WillBlack skin, white yacht: contesting race opposition in Panapompom tourist encountersC3
Romero-Daza, NancyFemale tourists, casual sex and HIV risk in rural Costa RicaB2
Ron, AmosFrom spots to sites: Protestant theme sites in the Holy Land and the spiritual experienceG3
Rountree, KathrynCultural icons, tourist attractions, sites of sacred encounter: contemporary engagements with Malta's Neolithic templesG3
Scott, JulieThe virtual tourist in the MediterraneanH1
Scott, JuliePlace-making in Cyprus as theory and praxisB2
Seidl, DaniellaGerman second-home owners in rural Italy: An ethnography of a multilocal lifestyle between mobility and settlednessD1
Selwyn, TomThe political economy of Enchantment: formations in the anthropology of tourismPlen1
Selwyn, TomThe tourist as juggler in a hall of mirrors: promotional imagery and the formation of the selfG4
Sen, AtreyeeSex, slaughter, sleaze and salvation: 'Phoren' tourists in the slums of Calcutta, IndiaG1
Shioji, YukoCarrying Identity and belonging: a study of family-inherited porcelain in the Cotswolds, BritainG4
Simoni, ValerioFrom ethnographer to tourist and back again: shifting subjectivities and positioning strategies in the anthropology of tourismA1
Simoni, ValerioCigars as mediators: tobacco and its deployments with tourists in CubaF1
Skinner, JonathanGhosts in the head and ghost towns in the field: ethnography and the experience of presence and absenceG1
Smith, AngeleSpatial stories: mapping the social relations of power on 19th century OS maps of IrelandF2
Song, HaiyanResearching locals' perception of tourism in its early stages: insights from site studies in Viengxay, Lao PDRB2
Song, HaiyanEmerging concepts and practices of tourist hospitality among the locals of Viengxay, Lao PDRA2
Sonner, SarahDeparture lounge: touring airport spacesE4
Strang, VeronicaWater sports: a tug-of-war over the riverB3
Suntikul, WantaneeResearching locals' perception of tourism in its early stages: insights from site studies in Viengxay, Lao PDRB2
Suntikul, WantaneeEmerging concepts and practices of tourist hospitality among the locals of Viengxay, Lao PDRA2
Sutton, DonaldTourist Landscape Narratives and Visuality at a Pilgrimage/World Heritage Site in West ChinaG2
Sørensen, AndersLimits to backpacker ethnographyA1
Tanaka, EisukeDiscovery of the extremely well preserved Roman mosaics: the role of protection in the construction of 'heritage'F3
Theodossopoulos, DimitriosTourism in the political economy of indigeneity: the case of Embera cultural presentations in PanamaB3
Thorpe, ChristopherThe romantic spectre haunting Britain: lifestyle migration to Italy and the return of the romantic spiritD1
Tucker, HazelSuccess and access to knowledge in the tourist-local encounterE3
Van De Casteele, ArnaudOn framing the reintroduction of a plant in the idiom of marketing: (re)constructing the patrimony of absinthH1
Visions, PocketA triptych of tourism shortsH2
Vivant, ElsaOff scenes and the making of cities' tourist-imageD4
Waldren, JacquelineForward into the past: 'digging' the Balearic IslandsE3
Walker, IainTourists or homecomers? Coming home to Zanzibar and HadramawtC2
Wallis, RobertReburying the past, re-enchanting the present: pagans, archaeological landscapes and reburying the deadG3
Walsh, EileenFrom Namu to Najie: tourism, titillation and the reshaping of Mosuo identityC3
Walsh, EileenThe politics of pollution at Lugu LakeB1
Wergin, CarstenLarge-scale tourism in small-scale societies: introductory paperB4
Wood, AlexandraThe embodied experience of scuba diving for Farang expatriates on Koh TaoC1
Yeh, Joyce Hsiu-yenEating indigenousness: consuming indigenous restaurants in tourism practices E2
Yiakoumaki, Vassiliki'Recovered' roots, 'recovered' memory: constructing Jewish-ness as heritage in GreeceC2
Zinganel, MichaelSaison opening: cultural transfer along east German-Alpine routes of migrationD2
Zinganel, MichaelSaison opening: cultural transfer along new East German-Alpine routes of migrationH1
Zunigo, XavierWork or tourism? The ambiguity of a humanitarian and charitable practice in IndiaD3

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