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Deadline 1 October 2020 - Special Issue Journal of Teaching in Travel and Tourism
Re-purposing tourism: Engaging our radical in tourism education
This special issue is inspired by the TEFI 11 virtual conference on the same theme, hosted by York St John University in June 2020. We are delighted to open this call for manuscripts also from authors who did not virtually attend the conference, but who seek to explore purposeful tourism in tourism education. Given the isolation COVID-19 has prompted globally, and in consideration of the sustainability crisis, there is no better time to reflect on our purpose. Purpose is what motivates us. It is the reason why we do things, why tourism operators continue to open their doors, why workers turn up for their shifts, and why tourism organisations, and governments make decisions to “do what they do.” Excavating our purpose and those of others provides an opportunity to find common ground. The goal of our call for papers is to reflect on the transformative role of tourism to peoples, places, and the planet. See full CfP here
TEFI 11 was not cancelled due to the Covid-19, it was held as a virtual conference!
TEFI 11 - What’s Tourism got to do with it?
Re-purposing tourism: engaging our radical in tourism education, please visit the page
York St John University, UK, together with Tourism Education Futures Initiative (TEFI ) were proud to organise the TEFI11 conference in early June 2020 in a virtual environment. Note, all conference keynote speeches and presentations are available on the conference website, click through to the program and select what you want to see and hear.
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Tourism education, and the knowledge that is produced within the tourism curricula, can, to a certain extent, be held accountable for the conflicting and fragile relationship between tourism and the Earth systems. This special issue is due to be published in the summer of 2020 More information on the call, which is now closed, is here.