2019 Tourism seminars
The Tourism seminars are now listed on the School of Management seminar pages.
2018 Tourism seminars
- 3 December. Senthil Balan Danapalan (ASEAN@50 fellows/co-host with CAPE). Tourism Growth Model: the Aviation Multiplier Effect.
- 22 August: Dr Christina Lee, Curtin University, Australia. Touring the Reel/Real: Re-imagining Place in Popular Culture Tourism
- 15 August: Dr Eerang Park and A/Prof Ian Yeoman, Victoria University of Wellington. What is Food Tourism?
- 18 July: Diego Bonelli, Victoria University of Wellington. Multiple Forms, a Single Urban Narrative: Wellington Tourism Film in the Neoliberal Era.
- 11 June: A/Prof Jill Poulston, Auckland University of Technology, Sexual harassment in hospitality.
- 28 May: Steve Riley, Insight specialist, Tourism Industry Aotearoa (TIA), Developing and implementing the tourism insight framework.
- 14 May: Dr Heike Schänzel, Auckland University of Technology. Family Tourism in New Zealand
- 30 April: Joany Grima and Leanne Nicholas, Weltec. Love Festivals, Hate Waste: How Festivals in New Zealand Minimise Waste.
- 12 March: Dr Christian Schott,Tourism Management, Victoria University of Wellington. Freedom Camping: Freedom Campers and Resident Perspectives.
2017 Tourism seminars
- 21 November: Dr Vincent Dropsy, Associate Professor of Economics at the University of French Polynesia. Tourism, Insularity and Remoteness: a Gravity-Based Approach.
- 26 September: Andrew Johns, Tourism Sector Relationship Manager, Immigration New Zealand.
Immigration and Tourism
- 12 September: Mike Vincent, Airline Development Manager, Wellington Airport.
Wellington’s place in New Zealand’s Tourism Industry
- 4 August: Eliza Raymond, Co-Founder, GOOD Travel.
Rethinking tourism: GOOD Travel
- 7 June: Prof John Overton, School of Geography,Environment & Earth Sciences,
Victoria University of Wellington.
Metropolitan Wine Regions: Terroir or Tourism?
- 31 May: Dr Bevan Marten, School of Law, Victoria University of Wellington.
Elegant Ships & Sulphurous Emissions: The Air Pollution Challenge Facing the Cruise Industry
- 10 May: Dr Alfio Leotta, Senior Lecturer in Film, Victoria University of Wellington.
From Wellington to Hobbiton: Tourism and The Imaginary Geography of Peter Jackson’s Film Landscapes
- 3 May: Dr Ian Yeoman, Associate Professor Tourism Management, Victoria University of Wellington.
Developing an Ontological Framework of Tourism Futures.
- 12 April: Sandra Goh, PhD candidate, Tourism Management, Victoria University of Wellington.
Are They Serious? An Arts-Informed Life History Approach to Study Event Travel Careers of Singaporean Artists and Producers
- 15 March: Dr Jayne Krisjanous, School of Marketing and International Business, Victoria University of Wellington.
Walking on the Light Side: Ventures into the mysterious world of ghost tourism.