On Tuesday April 25th morning, from 10:30 to 12:00 we will have a session at Gaia 6 for interested PhDs to talk with Edward Huijbens about his work on landscape and tourism and the Anthropocene. There will be plenty of time for questions and free discussions on how these link to our own research.
Please read the introduction and conclusion from the book Tourism and the Anthropocene (you can access it online through the WUR library). You can contact Trista Chih-Chen Lin for the other readings:
1. Huijbens, E.H. and Gren, M.G. 2016: Tourism and the Anthropocene. An urgent emerging encounter. In M. Gren and E. Huijbens (Eds.) Tourism and the Anthropocene. Routledge: London, pp. 1-13.
2. Gren, M.G. and Huijbens, E.H. 2016: The Anthropocene and tourism destinations. In M. Gren and E. Huijbens (Eds.) Tourism and the Anthropocene. Routledge: London, pp. 189-199.
Also consider reading one article from the attached files that best fits your research:
3. Gren, M. and Huijbens, E. 2012: Tourism Theory and the Earth. In Annals of Tourism Research, 39(1): 155-170.
4. Huijbens, E.H. 2016: Wilderness rhythmic revitalisations. Attuning to nature for health and wellbeing. In M.K. Smith and L. Puczkó (Eds.) Handbook of Health Tourism. Routledge: London, pp. 365-375.
5. Huijbens, E. and Benediktsson, K. 2015: Automobile authorship of landscapes: Agency in the interior of Iceland. In J. Kolen, J. Renes and R. Hermans (Eds.) Landscape Biographies. Geographical, Historical and Archaeological Perspectives on the Production and Transmission of Landscapes. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 97-113.