In an attempt to redress this imbalance, nine internationally renowned contributors from across Europe share their knowledge and experiences of research and scholarship in their respective regional contexts, plus an overview chapter is provided by C. Michael Hall, editor of the journal Tourism Geographies.
This volume aims to:
*map out the past and present of the tourism geographies sub-discipline within - and more importantly beyond - the English language contributions
*learn from the historical trajectories as well as experiences of tourism geographers working in different cultural and linguistic contexts.
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