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  1. Heritage and the Olympics: People, Place and Performance

    Originally published as a special issue of the International Journal of Heritage Studies, this edited collection offers a detailed and thought-provoking examination of the components of heritage, illustrating the cultural significance of the Olympics and how past Olympic venues and sites that have become visitor attractions in their own right. read more.

    • Recommend to a librarian
  2. Managing Ethical Consumption in Tourism

    This book considers the challenges of the tourist, tour operator and destination in choosing and providing ethically responsible vacation options. Identifying how innovative product development and informative marketing communications can drive a greater uptake for responsible holidays. read more.

    Recommend to Librarian

  3. Just Published - Heritage Tourism

    Heritage Tourism
    By Hyung Yu Park

    Heritage tourism has become an increasingly significant component of the global tourism industry, particularly in countries striving to diversify away from sea, sand and sun. This growth has had profound influences on the presentation and representation of both tangible and intangible heritage within tourism context.

    Click on the page to find out more and request an inspection copy.

  4. United Nations Climate Change Conference 2013

    Monday the 11th of November 2013 saw the start of the United Nations Climate change conference in Warsaw, Poland.

    During the two week-long conference, World leaders will meet to agree a framework creating a legally binding treaty that will come into force by 2020.

  5. Happy Birthday Auguste Escoffier

    Yesterday marked the anniversary of the birth of the great culinary innovator and inventor of the chef's hat French chef Auguste Escoffier.

    Escoffier can be credited with establishing modern cuisine practices, revolutionising public dining on a world-scale creating systematized kitchens and a specific order in which to serve dishes which were previously all served at once.

    Here at Routledge we feel privileged to publish Escoffier’s masterpiece Le Guide Culinaire, a classic recipe reference resource which popularized haute cuisine as we know it when it was first available in 1903.

  6. Adventure Tourism World Summit

    Taking place from 26th-31st October in Namibia, with over 650 professionals tourism industry in attendance this is the first time the Adventure Travel World Summit has been held in Africa.

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  8. New Tourism Hospitality & Events eBook Collection

    Introducing our NEW Tourism Hospitality & Events eBook Collection

    You will find texts covering the full breadth of these subject areas, by key authors such as Don Getz (Events Studies), Philip Sloan, Willy Legrand and Joseph Chen (Sustainability in the Hospitality Industry), John Tribe (Economics of Recreation, Leisure and Tourism), and Andrew Holden and David Fennell (Routledge Handbook of Tourism and the Environment).

    To find out more or to sign up for a free trial visit the eBook web page

  9. Routledge author to appear on Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed

    Kevin Hannam, author of several Routledge Tourism Books is appearing in Radio 4's thinking allowed today at 4pm 2nd October 2014

    Click here to listen to the discussion on 'Slum Tourism', where he is invited to discuss his views.

  10. So why do people participate in festivals and events?

    Our latest monograph Event Audiences and Expectations by Jo Mackellar examines why people participate in festivals and events, the types of events which stimulate participation, and the fanatical antics of fans who become involved in these events. By doing so the book offers significant insight into how event managers can entice and manage participant expectations as well as manage audience involvement.

    Click here to view inside this book

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