CFP: Rethinking Tourism in Cities

Please click here for the call for papers for the International Journal of Tourism Cities Special Issue on “Rethinking tourism in cities – alternative spaces and responsible practices”. There are a wide range of exciting topics, and we hope to welcome contributions of some, or many, of you.

Potential perspectives for this may include, among others:

– Urban tourism and industrial archaeology

– Urban tourism and cemeteries

– Urban tourism and street art

– Slow urban tourism, including walking tourism

– Urban tourism and dark sites

– Urban adventures, including micro-adventures

– Urban exploration, including underground structures

– Urban kayaking

– Urban tourism and extreme sports

– Urban deltas, eco reserves and nature-based solutions (NbS)

– Consuming forbidden, abandoned and off-limits urban spaces

– City parks as tourist spaces

– Local artisanship, local produce and street food festivals

– New theoretical perspectives on alternative urban tourism

– Alternative urban tourism, New Urban Agenda and SDGs

– Marketing alternative urban tourism

– Creative, innovative and alternative methodologies and methods for researching alternative urban tourism

If you would like to submit a paper on any of the above topics or any others closely linked to Tourism Cities and Urban Tourism, please see the call for papers attached, or get in touch with either Andres (A.Coca-Stefaniak@greenwich.ac.uk) or myself (J.Farkic@greenwich.ac.uk) to discuss further.

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