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Solène Prince

Postdoctoral Fellow
Department of Organisation and Entrepreneurship School of Business and Economics
+46480497141
3053, Hus Forma, Kalmar
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I am a post-doctoral researcher in tourism at the Department of Organisation and Entrepreneurship. I obtained my PhD from Mid-Sweden University, Östersund in 2017 where I am still affiliated with the European Tourism Research Institute (ETOUR).

I have four areas of research within tourism geography:

  • Art and community development
  • Volunteer tourism and eco-living
  • Landscape theory and local livelihoods
  • Ancestral tourism

Research

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Prince, S. (2019). Volunteer tourism and the eco-village: Finding the host in the pedagogic experience. Hospitality & Society, 9(1), 71-89.

Wall-Reinius, S., Prince, S., & Dahlberg, A. (2019). Everyday life in a magnificent landscape: Making sense of the nature/culture dichotomy in the mountains of Jämtland, Sweden. Environment and Planning E: Nature and Space. E-publication ahead of pint, January 29. (DOI: 10.1177/2514848619825988).

Margaryan, L., Prince, S., Ioannides, D., & Röslmaier, M. (2018). Dancing with cranes: A humanist perspective on cultural ecosystem services of wetlands. Tourism Geographies. E-publication ahead of print, December 28. (DOI: 10.1080/14616688.2018.1522512).

Prince, S. (2018). Dwelling and tourism: Embracing the non-representational in the tourist landscape. Landscape Research. E-publication ahead of print, September 18. (DOI: 10.1080/01426397.2018.1518520).

Prince, S.  (2018). Science and culture in the Kerguelen Islands: A relational approach to the spatial formation of a subantarctic archipelago. Island Studies Journal, 13(2), 129-144.

Prince, S. (2018). Dwelling in the tourist landscape: Embodiment and everyday life amongst the craft-artists of Bornholm. Tourist Studies, 18(1), 63-82.

Prince, S. (2017). Working towards sincere encounters in volunteer tourism: An ethnographic examination of key management issues at a Nordic eco-village. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 25(11), 1617-1632.

Prince, S., & Ioannides, D. (2017). Contextualizing the complexities of managing alternative tourism at the community-level: A case study of a Nordic eco-village. Tourism Management, 60, 348-356.

Prince, S. (2017). Craft-art in the Danish countryside: Reconciling a lifestyle, livelihood and artistic career through rural tourism. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 15(4), 339-358.

Prince, S. (2017). Rural authenticity and agency on a cold-water island: Perspectives of contemporary craft-artists on Bornholm, Denmark. Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures, 11(1), 1-20.

 

Book Chapters

Prince, S. (Forthcoming). Clay, glass and everyday life: Craft-artists’ embodiment in the tourist landscape. In C. Palmer & H. Andrews (Eds.), Tourism and Embodiment. London: Routledge.

Prince, S., Petridou, E., & Ioannides, D. (Forthcoming). Art worlds in the periphery: Creativity and networking in rural Scandinavia. In K. Scherf (Ed.), Creative Tourism and Sustainable Development in Smaller Communities. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

 

Encyclopaedic Entry

Prince, S. (2017). Cohen’s model of typologies of tourists. In L. L. Lowry (Ed.), The Sage International Encyclopaedia of Travel and Tourism (pp.280-282). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

 

Book Reviews

Prince, S. (2018). A review of “Femininities in the field: Tourism and transdisciplinary research”. Tourism Geographies. E-publication ahead of print, October 1. (DOI: 10.1080/14616688.2018.1485177)

Prince, S. (2018). A review of “Indigenous tourism: Cases form Australia and New-Zealand”. Tourism Geographies, 20(4), 755-757.

Prince, S. (2018). A review of “Practical tourism research” (2nd edition). Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change, 16(3), 332-333.

Prince, S. (2017). A review of “The rise of thana-capitalism and tourism”. Annals of Leisure Research, 21(2), 257-258.

Prince, S. (2016). A review of “The politics and power of tourism in Palestine”. Tourism Geographies, 18(4), 461-463.

Prince, S. (2015). A review of “The making of a cultural landscape: The English Lake District as tourist destination, 1950–2010”. Tourism Geographies, 17(1), 168-169.

 

Theses

Prince, S. (2017). Imagining Tourist Spaces as Living Spaces: Towards a relational approach to alternatives and morals in tourism. Unpublished PhD thesis. Östersund, Mid-Sweden University. Supervisors: Professor Dimitri Ioannides and Doctor Sandra Wall-Reinius

Prince, S. (2011). Establishing the Connections between the Goals of Sustainable Development and Creative Tourism. Unpublished Master thesis. Uppsala, Uppsala University. Supervisor: Professor Dimitri Ioannides