The Euro Asia Tourism Studies Journal (EATSJ), is a peer-reviewed academic journal publishing theoretical, conceptual and empirical research about tourism and hospitality. The research published in this journal, targets at advancing knowledge and critical understanding of tourism related issues Visit the website
The EATSA Art & Tourism Film Festival aims to honour and celebrate creativity, innovation, and change initiatives, that enhance the knowledge of the world and the sense of appreciation for the human essence and environmental beauty.
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We are pleased to invite you to contribute to the 8th Annual Conference of EATSA (Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Association) taking place in two cities in Hungary: Veszprém, the 2023 European Capital of Culture, and Budapest, the national capital, between 4-8 July 2022. The central theme of the conference is the Renaissance of Culture in Asia and Europe.”.
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We wish to encourage the exchange of research results, practical experience, and ideas by organising conferences and an open access journal.
Enrico Panai is a Human Information Interaction Specialist and an independent researcher in Cyber Geography and Ethics of Information. Following his studies philosophy of information and a multi-year experience as a consultant in Italy, he taught for several years as an adjunct professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Sassari. Since his move to France in 2007, he has been working as a consultant for large corporations. In 2017, he studied Strategies for Cyber Security Awareness at the Institut National de Hautes Etudes de la Sécurité et de la Justice [Institute for Advanced Studies in Security and Justice] at the Ecole Militaire in Paris. In 2018, he started a new PhD in Geoeconomics and Geopolitics at the Department of Humanities and Social Science (DUMAS) of the University of Sassari (Italy where he is investigating the geoeconomics and geopolitical opportunities and the weakness of tourism destinations at the Environment, Territory, Data Analysis Lab. His main research interests concern cyber-geography, cyber wars, data ethics, cybersecurity, human-information
Kevser Çınar holds a PhD degree in Tourism Management from Necmettin Erbakan University, Turkey. She is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Tourism Management. Çınar graduated from Middle East Technical University in 2003. She holds a master’s degree (2013) and doctoral degree (2017) from Necmettin Erbakan University. She has also been working as EU Projects expert for 14 years and she has taken part in several different international EU projects so far-gained a good understanding of what is required of a project expert both in Turkey and in Europe. She has been involved in European higher education strategic partnership projects such as TOURBAN, TOURIBOOST as coordinator and SCOUT, E-GAME as a partner. She is experienced enough in writing projects, implementing its activities, and coordination of them. She is also certified at curriculum development program by the Institute of Educational Sciences. Her project and research topics are about innovation in tourism, consumer behavior and tourism education. She is the chief editor of EATSJ, Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Journal. She is a Tedx speaker. She has been invited as keynote speaker, trainer and workshop facilitator in various national and international events and project meetings in several different countries.
Desmond Wee is Professor of Tourism at the Cologne Business School (CBS) in Germany. His research interests explore contemporary tourism theories in cultural studies and the social sciences, focusing on visual, reflexive and embodied methodologies in the making of everyday identities in urban spaces. He is currently working on a series of projects dedicated to ‘walking’ and envisioning how ‘European’ identity can be seen from without, through the eyes of the other. As Academic Dean of International Tourism Management, his passion lies in creating projects merging teaching, research and learning, encouraging students to venture outside the classroom to study tourism through engaging tourism.