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The Association for Tourism and Leisure Education (ATLAS) was established in 1991 to develop transnational educational initiatives in tourism and leisure. ATLAS provides a forum to promote staff and student exchange, transnational research and to facilitate curriculum and professional development. ATLAS currently has members in about 60 countries.

 

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ATLAS news
Oct-17-17
 ATLAS webinar

We congratulate Dimitri Ioannides and Paolo Russo with the very succesfull ATLAS webinar on "Tourism in the Shadow of Neoliberalism: Tracing (IM)Mobilities and Alienation in the Contemporary Metropolis" which took place on Tuesday October 17th. Soon we will present a link of the broadcast.


Oct-12-17
 Tourism Today


Papers from the ATLAS 2016 annual conference in Canterbury have been published in a special edition of the Tourism Today. The theme of this special edition is Cultural Tourism and is edited by Jim Butcher.

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Oct-10-17
 ATLAS Middle East Tourism and Hospitality
We are happy to announce the First ATLAS Middle East Conference- a special Tourism and Hospitality Track of the 4th International ERPBSS Conference at Middlesex University Dubai January 16th-18th, 2018.

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Upcoming ATLAS events
Jan-16-18 ATLAS Middle East Tourism and Hospitality
Dubai, UAE
Feb-21-18 ATLAS SIG Gastronomy - New approaches for providing customer experiences in gastronomy tourism
Bergamo, Italy
Apr-12-18 ATLAS Cultural Tourism - Participatory culture and new challenges for tourism
Barcelona, Spain
Sep-25-18 ATLAS annual conference 2018 - Destination Dynamics
Copenhagen, Denmark
Patron members
The Finnish University Network for Tourism Studies

The Finnish University Network for Tourism Studies

 

New publications
From cultural tourism to creative tourism - Part 3: Changing places, the spatial challenge of creativity
From cultural tourism to creative tourism - Part 3: Changing places, the spatial challenge of creativity

Greg Richards and Julie Wilson (2008)

 

Upcoming member events
October 30 - 01, 2017 - Manchester, UK
Tourism Management
December 06 - 08, 2017 - Hong Kong, China
Leveraging Tourism Sustainability in Asia-...
January 16 - 18, 2018 - Dubai, UAE
Emerging Research Paradigms in Business an...
February 02 - 04, 2018 - Auckland, New Zealand
Knowledge as Disobedience, Expression and ...
February 20 - 22, 2018 - Liverpool, UK
Regeneration, Enterprise, Sport and Touris...