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Concurrent Session 4a

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2:30 PM, lunes 21 jun 2021 (1 hour 30 minutos)
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2:30 PM - 3:00 PM | 30 minutos

Liminal potentialities in the Quartier de Spectacles, Montreal, CanadabyMeghan L. MuldoonandDominic LapointeLiminality, from the Latin limen meaning ‘threshold,’ was first described by van Gennep (1909) to describe those rites of passage present in every society that mark the transition between one state of being or identity to another, emergent state (Thomassen, 2009, 2010). The accustomed order of things becomes suspended, creating a state of chaos an...

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM | 30 minutos

Diversifying tourism, hospitality and struggles in the politics of urban tourismbyChristopher WilbertFor some decades now, a well established pattern has been in place whereby tourism growth in medium to large cities was seen as a good, requiring minor adjustments to diversify it spatially. European cities, like London, Cambridge, Barcelona, Bergamo have been seeking to divert some tourism beyond the central cultural, shopping and business districts, into wider areas not ...

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM | 30 minutos

Enacting worldmaking agency: multiple visions of tourism in Lunenburg Nova ScotiabyMyra J. CoulterFollowing the Atlantic fisheries crisis of the 1990s, coastal communities have been undergoing deindustrialization and economic diversification through the development of services-sector activities, including tourism. With a permanent resident population of 2,263, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia has been capitalizing upon UNESCO World Heritage Site status awarded in 1995, thereby transfor...

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