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The Role of Tourism in Multicultural Societies (TiMS)

Foto: Eva-Maria Jernsand

The Business and Design Lab seminar series continues. On March 31, we will discuss the role of tourism in multicultural societies with a particular focus on Dals Långed, with Emma Björner, Helena Kraff, Eva-Maria Jernsand and Lars Aronson.

Title: The role of Tourism in Multicultural Societies (TiMS) - adding to stereotypes or contributing to diversity?

Date: 31 March 2020
Time: 10.00-12.00 followed by lunch
Place: Room 332 (close to the elevator, at the left of the stairs at the main entrance)
Address: Kristinelundsgatan 6-8, Gothenburg
Presenters:
Lars Aronson, professor in cultural geography, Karlstad University
Emma Björner, researcher at the Gothenburg Research Institute, University of Gothenburg
Eva Maria Jernsand, researcher at the Department of Business Administration, University of Gothenburg
Helena Kraff, researcher at the Academy of Art and Design, University of Gothenburg.

Register by email to: elena.raviola@gu.se

On March 31, we have the pleasure to welcome some Lars Aaronson, Emma Björner, Eva Maria Jernsand and Helena Kraff to present some of their collaborative work in the Tourism in Multicultural Societies project (TiMS). This seminar will particularly focus on their work in Dals Långed.

The research project TiMS takes stance from the democratic theme and notions of diversity, equality and inclusiveness as stated in Agenda 2030, regarding place development in general and sustainable tourism in particular. The central objective is to explore the role of tourism in multicultural societies, and to act towards the embracement and representation of diversity in tourism development and place branding.

During the seminar, three cases from TiMS are presented, set in the context of Dals Långed and HDK-Valand at Steneby. Emma Björner (Gothenburg Research Institute) presents research on how the plurality of places and destinations is communicated, represented and experienced. Helena Kraff (HDK-Valand) and Eva Maria Jernsand (Department of Business Administration) present a case that explores multiculturalism in participatory development of physical and built environments as well as a case investigating the possibilities for intercultural exchanges through events.

Information on the research project The role of Tourism in Multicultural Societies (TiMS)

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