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    Call for Papers | (Re)Making Cities: Urban Transformation and Sport Mega-Events in Brazil | University of Bath, United Kingdom, 13 July 2016

    We invite abstracts and papers across a range of disciplines (such as, but not limited to: Cultural Studies, Economics, History, Management, Politics, Sociology, Urban Studies, and Tourism) focusing on the inter-relationships amongst Brazil, mega-events, and urban transformation.

    Call for Papers | European Rivers and Towns Creation, development and perspectives of a (re)newed conquest: Tourism, Leisure, Heritage | Paris, France, July 1–2 2006

    This international meeting aims to elucidate the many ways that city dwellers have striven to appropriate rivers and riverbanks for leisure purposes from the 19h century to today. The goal-perspective approach to the conference will be a pluridisciplinary task, seeking to understand the complex circumstances that intersect with several areas and disciplines.

    Call for Papers | 1st European Sport and Tourism Academic Conference, Limerick, Ireland, May 15 2015

    A Forum for Research in Sport and Tourism held in conjunction with the 2nd European Sport Tourism Summit, 14th & 15th May 2015. Venue: University of Limerick, Limerick, Republic of Ireland

    Call for Papers | The Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Tourism and Sport Management Division | Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 13-16th, 2015

    The Administrative Sciences Association of Canada Tourism and Sport Management Division invite you to submit a paper or symposium proposal for its 43rd annual conference.

    Final Call for Papers | Sport Tourism: New Challenges in a Globalized World | December 10–12, 2014. Deadline September 15

    The Sport Tourism Conference STC’14 The Sport Tourism Conference (STC’14) is a joint organization between Coimbra College of Education (ESEC), and the International Research Network In Sports Tourism (IRNIST). Please visit the conference homepage. The Organizing Committee welcomes both fundamental and empirical contributions within the broad theme of Sport Tourism: of “Sport Tourism: New Challenges in a Globalized World”. The main research subtopics suggested are: Sport Tourism...
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