Conference 2010

CAUTHE 2010 – 20th CAUTHE Conference

Theme: Tourism and Hospitality – Challenge the Limits
Date: 8 – 11 February 2010

CAUTHE was delighted to close the loop for conferences in Australia, with the 20th Annual CAUTHE 2010 conference in Tasmania. The School of Management at the University of Tasmania hosted the conference at the Grand Chancellor Hotel in historic Hobart. The conference themes included Challenging the limits in:

  • heritage tourism
  • ethical and sustainable tourism
  • place and destination management
  • consumer demand for tourism & hospitality
  • tourism and hospitality education
  • challenging the right to travel
  • sport tourism and sport events
  • conceptual and theoretical perspectives in Australian tourism studies

CAUTHE 2010 featured presentations from a range of outstanding keynote speakers who were invited to reflect the conference themes and location in Tasmania. These were complemented by concurrent sessions of full and working papers and poster sessions. The social program included a vice regal welcome reception, at Government House. The conference dinner featured a river cruise through the splendid scenery of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel to the award winning Peppermint Bay Restaurant. For early energisers a range of early morning activities including mountain biking down Mount Wellington and kayaking on Hobart harbour was offered.

Conference committee

Conference Chair: Professor Malcolm Wells, Adjunct Professor
Chair Scientific Committee: Dr Alison Dunn, Lecturer in Tourism
Convenor: Dr Dirk Reiser, Lecturer in Tourism,
Mr Stuart Crispin, Associate Lecturer
Mr Simon Fishwick, Associate Lecturer
Professor Adrian Franklin, Professor of Sociology
Dr Dallas Hanson, Senior Lecturer
Professor Trevor Sofield, Professor in Tourism
Professor Brian Wheeller, Visiting Professor

Download CAUTHE 2010 Conference Program

CAUTHE PhD Workshop

The annual CAUTHE PhD Scholars’ Workshop was held immediately prior to the Conference, on Monday 8 February. The workshop provided the opportunity for PhD students to discuss their progress with experienced academics and gain insight into various aspects of the PhD experience.

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