Traditions and Transformations

عثمان محمد علي   في الخميس 19 مارس 2009


Traditions and Transformations:

Tourism, Heritage and Cultural Change in the Middle East and North
Africa
Region

4-7 April 2009, Amman, Jordan

Dear List Members

The Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change (CTCC) is pleased to let you
know that the conference programme for the above conference is now
available online at http://www.tourism-culture.com/news_2.html

You will also find further information such as the registration form on
this website.

Best regards

Daniela


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Daniela Carl

Centre for Tourism and Cultural Change
Leeds Metropolitan University


Forthcoming Events

Human Rites and City Lights:

Balancing Socio-Cultural, Artistic, Tourism and Commercial Dimensions of
Festivals

18 - 20 March 2009, Bratislava, Slovakia

Traditions and Transformations:

Tourism, Heritage and Cultural Change in the Middle East and North
Africa Region

4-7 April 2009, Amman, Jordan

Resorting to the Coast:

Tourism, Heritage and Cultures of the Seaside

25-29 June 2009, Blackpool, United Kingdom

11th Royal Anthropological Institute International Festival of
Ethnographic Film

1-4 July 2009, Leeds, United Kingdom

Emotion in Motion:

The Passions of Tourism, Travel and Movement

4-7 July 2009, Leeds, United Kingdom

New MA Course

MA Cultural Tourism

For more information please go to www.tourism-culture.com
<http://www.tourism-culture.com>

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