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Online workshop on the topic “Cultural tourism in particular case study areas” will be organized

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Sep 07, 2020, 9:30 PM

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About the Event


Date: September 7 th, 2020

Location: on-line (ZOOM)

Participants: SPOT project partnership Organisation committee: Claire Wallace, Naja Marot, Milada Šťastná, Sylwia Dołzbłasz, Jan Zloch

Detailed Agenda of the symposium

INTRODUCTION (joint session)

  • 9:30–9:40 Introduction to the event, programme (moderator: Claire)
  • 9:40–10:00 What do you understand by cultural tourism in 21st century? [Padlet supported exercise – partners submit different definitions, pictures what for them is a cultural tourism, and comment on them; moderator: Naja]
  • 10:00–10:20 How would you define the Europeanisation of cultural tourism? [Padlet supported exercise – partners submit different definitions, pictures what for them is a Europeanisation of cultural tourism, moderator: Naja]
  • 10:20–10:30 Summary of the posts/discussion
  • 10:30–10:40 Short break

CASE STUDIES UP CLOSE (PPs present individually) 

10:40–10:45 Introduction to the case studies presentation (moderator: Milada) 

  • 10:45–11:35 A East-North Europe (Estonia, Czech Republic, Poland, Slovak) 
  • 10:45–10:55 TLU Cultural tourism in the state of becoming: the case of IdaVirumaa Jaanika Vider
  • 10:55–11:05 MENDELU Cultural Tourism in the South Moravian region Milada Šťastná, Antonín Vaishar, Jiří Brychta, Kristýna Tuzová, Michaela Tichá, Veronika Stodolová, Jan Zloch 
  • 11:05–11:15 UWR Valley of Palaces and Gardens (Lower Silesia, Poland) Anna Grochowska, Małgorzata Pstrocka-Rak 
  • 11:15–11:25 UKF Nitra - The Mother of All Slovak Cities Hilda Kramáreková, Peter Ivanič, Alfred Krogmann, Lucia Petrikovičová, František Petrovič
  • 11:25–11:35 Questions & Answers 11:35–12:35 B Mediterranean Europe (Greece, Israel, Italy, Romania, Spain) 
  • 11:35–11:45 UAegean The Cyclades, Greece. SPOTting cultural tourism trends and assets Theano S. Terkenli, Vasiliki Georgoula 
  • 11:45–11:55 BIU Definitions of Cultural and Heritage Tourism versus Social and Cultural Values - the case of Beth-Shean Valley (Valley of Springs) Irit Amit-Cohen on behalf of the group of researchers from Bar Ilan University, Israel 
  • 11:55–12:05 UNIVR Beyond a Cultural Turn in the Study of Tourism in Europe? Giovanna Rech, Lorenzo Migliorati 
  • 12:05–12:15 IGAR Buzău Carpathians and Subcarpathians. Outlook on cultural tourism Bianca Mitrica, Ines Grigorescu, Irena Mocanu, Monica Dumitraşcu, Cristina Dumitrică 
  • 12:15–12:25 UB Art Nouveau & Cultural Tourism in Barcelona Montserrat Pareja-Eastaway, Montserrat Simó, Danielle Bishop 
  • 12:25–12:35 Questions & Answers
  • 12:35–12:50 Break
  • 12:50–13:40 C Central Europe (Austria, Germany, Hungary, Slovenia) 
  • 12:50–13:00 UNI GRAZ Styrian Iron Route - A region build on ore, steel and coal Jörn Harfst, Jasmin Sandriester 
  • 13:00–13:10 IOER Leichhardt Land - Potentials for cultural tourism in a remote rural area Peter Wirth, Ralf-Uwe Syrbe 
  • 13:10–13:20 MTA KRTK Questions - Cultural tourism in Komárom-Komarno Tamás Hardi, Orsolya Farkas, Marcell Kupi, Eszter Szemerédi 
  • 13:20–13:30 UL Ljubljana - experiencing the cultural city through its street life Manca Krošelj, David Klepej, Nina Stubičar, Naja Marot 
  • 13:30–13:40 Questions & Answers 13:40–14:05 D Western Europe (Scotland, The Netherlands) 
  • 13:40–13:50 UNIABDN Media Tourism in Scotland Claire Wallace, Stephanie Garrison, Robert Nartowski, Xiaoping (Joyce) Chen
  • 13:50–14:00 WR Kinderdijk as a World Heritage Site: for whom? Conflicting interests between local residents and international tourism Marcel Pleijte, Bas Pedroli, Eline van Elburg 
  • 14:00–14:05 Questions & Answers
  • 14:05–14:20 CONCLUDING THOUGHTS, DISCUSSION (moderator: Claire)

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