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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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EiT joins Sustainability Leaders panel

EiT joins Sustainability Leaders panel

We’re pleased to announce that our director Tricia has been asked to join the Sustainability Leaders Panel – a virtual research panel where leading sustainable tourism professionals answer questions linked to tourism and sustainability, and share their thoughts on trends, challenges and future directions. Over 60 experts participate in this forum, and we are pleased to be contributing to the discussions and insight. To find out more, head on over to their website http://sustainability-leaders.com/panel