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20 BOOKS BY WOMEN ACADEMICS THAT CHANGED TOURISM (3)

20 BOOKS BY WOMEN ACADEMICS THAT CHANGED TOURISM (3)

For the past two days, we have been posting four books by women authors that we feel have changed tourism and today is no different. In celebration of Academic Book Week, today we would like to start by celebrating the first full text on qualitative methods in tourism. Jenny Phillimore and Lisa Goodson’s 2004 edited book, Qualitative Research in Tourism: Ontologies, Epistemologies and Methodologies introduced ‘new’ tourism methodologies. Surprisingly, even though the field of tourism is inter, multi or trans-disciplinary…

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20 Books by Women Academics that Changed Tourism (2)

20 Books by Women Academics that Changed Tourism (2)

Yesterday EiT celebrated four books by four female authors that we feel changed tourism and today we will introduce a further four as part of a series celebrating Academic Book Week. Yesterday, we celebrated autobiographical writing alongside other forms and any celebration of this type would not be complete with acknowledging the work of Professor Gillian Rose. In 1993, Gillian’s book Feminism and Geography: The Limits of Geographical Knowledge was released, the book highlighted the masculinism inherent within geography, an…

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20 Books by Women Academics that Changed Tourism

20 Books by Women Academics that Changed Tourism

As we previously highlighted expert women are often overlooked when it comes to talking at conferences or in the media. In fact, expert women are even overlooked when it comes to citing academic sources in journal articles and books. Visibilising women authors during academic book week is just one step on the road to equality, so EiT has selected 20 books by women academics that we think have changed tourism. This week we will celebrate four books by women authors…

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Why Equality in Tourism will be celebrating “20 Academic Books by Women that Changed tourism” between the 23rd and the 28th of April 2018

Why Equality in Tourism will be celebrating “20 Academic Books by Women that Changed tourism” between the 23rd and the 28th of April 2018

Previous EiT volunteer Marta Mills recently published an excellent analysis of #manels (all male panels or almost all male panels) at the ITB in Berlin, where many of the speakers were recycled from 2017. Shortly after it was brought to our attention that WTM in Latin America’s Opening Ceremony was again almost completely male. Tourism is not the only area dominated by male speakers and after a quick look at the website http://allmalepanels.tumblr.com/, I would forgive you for thinking that…

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Women & empowerment in Nicaragua – a report by our director

Women & empowerment in Nicaragua – a report by our director

One of our directors, Daniela Moreno Alarcón, has been active in Nicaragua for many years and has reported on her research and work there extensively. Her report ‘Empowerment Approach in Tourism: The Voices of Nicaraguan Women‘ was origignally published in London for the Central America Women’s Network, and has now been repurposed for an Albasud project called ‘Treball decent, turisme responsable i empoderament de les dones‘ (Catalan; ‘Decent work, responsible tourism and empowerment of women’ in English). The summary of…

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