Now in its 7th year, the Adventure Tourism Research Association (ATRA) hosted its annual conference in the beautiful Dumfries and Galloway region of south west Scotland at the Laggan conference and activities centre.
Professor of Tourism Donna Chambers from University of Sunderland presented to ICRETH audience a critical enquiry into the meaning of diversity in tourism studies and the consequences for tourism pedagogy and practice.
The second development day for PhD students at the International Centre for Research in Events, Tourism and Hospitality (ICRETH) took place on Wednesday 27 March, focusing on methods and methodology.
Conducting doctoral research at our School and the International Centre for Research in Events, Tourism and Hospitality (ICRETH) is an exciting endeavour that takes you places.
Professor Jennie Germann Molz from the College of the Holy Cross in the USA is currently visiting our School and the International Centre for Research in Events, Tourism and Hospitality (ICRETH). During her visit Jennie met with some of our PhD students and discussed about their research projects and interests.
Reader Kate Dashper discusses gender issues in the events, tourism and hospitality industry and gives us her take on what it means for women moving forward.
On Wednesday 27th February the first research day for ICRETH doctoral students took place.
On 20th February 2019 at the International Centre for Research in Events, Tourism and Hospitality (ICRETH) at the School of Events, Tourism and Hospitality Management we hosted Dr Emmanuel Adu-Ampong of the Sheffield Business School, Sheffield Hallam University for one of our ICRETH Assemblies.
Professor Rhodri Thomas has this month launched his new book at Headingley Campus.
How to tackle the issues of overtourism in an age of overseas hen and stag parties.