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The Conference

We are pleased to invite you to contribute to the 8th Annual Conference of EATSA (Euro-Asia Tourism Studies Association) organised in association with the National Multidisciplinary Laboratory for Climate Change. The conference is taking place in two cities of 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. The EATSA 2022 Conference offers a worldwide forum for attendees from academia and industry to actively exchange, share, and challenge ideas and research on travel and tourism hospitality and recreation.

When

Monday to Friday
4 July to 8 July, 2022

Where

Veszprém, Hungary
Budapest, Hungary

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KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Prof. Dr. Desmond Wee

Desmond Wee is Professor of Tourism at CBS Cologne in Germany. As Director of Studies (International Tourism Management), his passion lies in creating projects outside the classroom merging research-based teaching, problem-based learning and design thinking processes, so that students learn tourism through experiencing place and engaging the self. Desmond’s research interests explore consumption theories, consumer culture, leisure practices and critical tourism using contemporary approaches in visual and reflexive methodologies in the areas of space, identity, imagination and performance. He focuses on a tourism of the everyday by analysing symbolic orders and cultural practices focusing on global mobilities in urban settings. Desmond is currently working on a series of projects dedicated to ‘walking’ as embodied practice across various ‘Lebenswelten’ to frame social arenas involving ‘fields’ of material conditions, social encounters and their implicit relations. As Vice-President (Europe) of EATSA, he hopes to build connections between Europe and Asia through reimagining how ‘European’ identity can be seen from without, through the eyes of the other.

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