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  • Alan A. Lew
    ... From: JOLLIFFE, Lee Date: Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 1:08 PM Subject: Call for Papers - Journal of Heritage Tourism - Special
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      From: JOLLIFFE, Lee <lee.jolliffe@...>
      Date: Thu, Feb 24, 2011 at 1:08 PM
      Subject: Call for Papers - Journal of Heritage Tourism - Special Issue: Heritage Tourism in the Caribbean


      Apologies for reposting – this time we have pasted the call into the message.

       

      Journal of Heritage Tourism

       

      Special Issue: Heritage Tourism in the Caribbean

       

      Guest Editors: Dr. Leslie-Ann Jordan and Professor Lee Jolliffe, University of the West Indies

       

       

      Introduction

       

      The Caribbean has immense cultural, natural and built heritage tourism assets that have been molded by its history of slavery, colonialism and the plantation economy.  Mather and Todd’s (1993:139) comments are still true today as the Caribbean’s variety is still regarded as “…one of its major selling points: its people, who are a mix of races; its different languages; its architecture and fortifications arising from its colonial past; its variety of religions ranging from Christianity to Hinduism to voodoo; its varied topography, from flat sand islands of the Bahamas to the lush tropical mountains of St. Lucia; its cuisine, ceremonies and traditions”.   In the wake of increasing competition from emerging destinations, many Caribbean destinations have realized that their future tourism potential is almost solely based on the utilisation of this rich heritage.  Their plans to harness these assets have been riddled with as many challenges as success stories.  The purpose of this special issue is to share and discuss some of the key issues facing heritage tourism in the Caribbean.

       

      Subject Coverage

       

      This special issue on heritage tourism in the Caribbean is designed to cover a range of issues surrounding the natural, cultural, built, urban and colonial heritage of the Caribbean region including, but not limited too, the following:

       

      -          Tourism-heritage nexus

      -          Trends in policy developments for heritage tourism

      -          Regulatory and policy environment

      -          Development of the heritage tourism product

      -          Marketing the heritage tourism product

      -          Evolution of heritage tourism markets and products in the region

      -          Impact analysis and assessment of heritage tourism – economic, socio-cultural, environmental, political

      -          Authenticity and cultural dependency

      -          Sustainable heritage development

      -          Conservation and preservation

      -          Community interest, involvement and participation

      -          World Heritage Convention/World Heritage Sites – journey from ‘tentative listing’ to being ‘inscribed’

      -          Institutional arrangements – national, regional and international

      -          Impact of technology

      -          Issues in the interpretation of contested heritage

      -          The role of museums and historic sites in heritage tourism in the region

      -          The politics of heritage

      In addition to submissions from/about the Anglophone Caribbean, we welcome submissions from/about the French, Spanish and Dutch speaking Caribbean islands.

       

      Notes for Prospective Authors

       

      All papers submitted for the special edition of the Journal of Heritage Tourism will be subject to double-blind peer review before acceptance for publication and should conform to all criteria, submitting and formatting requirements as described at: http://www.tandf.co.uk/journals/journal.asp?issn=1743-873X&linktype=44

       

      Abstracts due: March 25th, 2011

      Notification of acceptable abstract: April 22nd, 2011. 

      Submission of full papers: July 29th, 2011.

      Feedback from blind reviewers: September 30th, 2011

      Revised full papers due: December 30th, 2011

       

      The publication of the special issue is planned for late 2012 or early 2013.

       

      Editors and Notes

       

      Selection of papers will be based on abstract submissions. Abstracts should not exceed 200 words.

       

      Indicate the author's name, affiliation and contact information (phone number and email address) only on the cover page of the abstract. Only the primary author will be notified regarding the outcome of the review process.

      Abstracts should be sent in the form of an MS Word file attached to an e-mail to the following, with the Subject line “Special Issue Heritage Tourism in the Caribbean”:

      Dr. Leslie-Ann Jordan-Miller

      Hospitality/Tourism Lecturer

      Department of Management Studies

      University of the West Indies

      St. Augustine

      Trinidad

      E-mail: leslie-ann.jordan-miller@...

       

      or

       

      Professor Lee Jolliffe
      Almond Chair in Tourism and Hospitality Management
      Director, Cave Shepherd Tourism Research and Documentation Centre,
      The University of the West Indies

      Cave Hill

      Barbados
      E-mail: lee.jolliffe@... 

       

       

       

      JOURNAL INFORMATION

       

      The Journal of Heritage Tourism is a peer-reviewed, international transdisciplinary journal, edited by Professor Dallen J. Timothy, with a distinguished international editorial board. JHT focuses on exploring the many facets of one of the most notable and widespread types of tourism. During the past 20 years, the study of tourism has become highly fragmented and specialised into various theme areas, or concentrations. Within this context, heritage tourism is one of the most commonly investigated forms of tourism, and thousands of scholars and industry workers are involved in researching its dynamics and concepts. JHT seeks to examine critically all aspects of culture, heritage and tourism.

       

       

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