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1315ATLAS annual conference 2014 - Keynote speakers

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  • Leontine Onderwater
    Mar 27, 2014

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      ATLAS annual conference 2014

      Budapest, Hungary
      22st - 24st October, 2014




      Tourism, Travel and Leisure
      Sources of Wellbeing, Happiness and Quality of Life?


      We are happy to announce 2 keynote speakers for the conference.

      Dina Glouberman


      Dina Glouberman is a writer, psychotherapist, and an international trainer, coach and consultant, specialising in personal, professional, and management development. Her fascination with community, imagery, turning points, burnout and soul work have always guided her life, and taken her down some unusual directions. She has a strong academic background, with a BA Honours from Brandeis University, an MA from University of Michigan, and a PhD from Brunel University, London and has lectured for over 20 years in UK universities. This gives her some theoretical and research frameworks for understanding the structure of our experiences.

      More information on Dina Glouberman can be found on her website at: www.dinaglouberman.com.

      Simon Bell


      Simon Bell is a specialist in large-scale landscape planning and design. He has at the forefront of the development of this area both in the UK and internationally. His expertise can be divided into forest landscape design, where the emphasis is on the visual and aesthetic aspects of forestry, forest landscape ecology, where the planning method focuses on how forest landscapes function, forest recreation planning and design and landscape and visual impact assessment. He has published many books and papers on these subjects and has a wide range of project experience gained in the UK and abroad. He is also involved in developing and presenting training courses in these subject areas. Simon is Professor and head of the Department of Landscape Architecture in the Institute of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at the Estonian University of Life Sciences in Tartu, Estonia. Simon is also Associate Director of OPENspace, the Research Centre for Inclusive Access to Outdoor Environments based at Edinburgh College of Art (now part of the University of Edinburgh).

      More information on Simon Bell can be found on his website at: www.sbell.co.uk.


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