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Tourism 3.0. Intangible cultural heritage at the heart of the tourist experience

Turismo 3.0. El patrimonio cultural inmaterial en el centro de la experiencia turística

Intangible Cultural Heritage. New experiences, new horizons

Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial. Nuevas experiencias, nuevos horizontes

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Published on Tuesday, February 15, 2022

Abstract

Intangible heritage is becoming increasingly important in the proposal of tourism. This has been accentuated because of the pandemic, as it has provoked a movement towards local cultures and proximity tourism. In this sense, it is necessary to consider issues such as tourism management, the use of new technologies and the perception of authenticity, among others, to ensure a sustainable future for tourist destinations.

Announcement

May 11, 12, 13. Online format, free registrations

Argument

The first International Congress on Intangible Heritage is an activity organized by the research project on Intangible Heritage (PINMAT) and the Research Group on Anthropology in Heritage (GRAP), also has the collaboration of different universities and institutions. It aims to welcome both researchers and professionals and organizations dedicated to intangible cultural heritage (ICH) to reflect on its different dimensions from an international perspective, in the themes that can be seen in the symposia and planned conferences.

The close relationship between tourism and culture generates a dynamic that consists in identifying and finding more and more elements of attraction in cultural expressions for inclusion in the logic of tourism. In this way, cultural tourism was initially based on material resources such as built heritage or art, elements that generate a contemplative relationship with the visitor. Yet, now  it has integrated experiences where the visitor lives the culture first-hand thanks to the creation of new tourism products. Thus, intangible heritage is becoming increasingly important in the proposal of tourism. This has been accentuated because of the pandemic, as it has provoked a movement towards local cultures and proximity tourism. In this sense, it is necessary to consider issues such as tourism management, the use of new technologies and the perception of authenticity, among others, to ensure a sustainable future for tourist destinations.

Presentations about experiences of interrelation of the ICH with tourism, the tourism management of the ICH and the challenges and problems of the ICH in its tourist use will be accepted.

Submission guidelines

If you want to submit a presentation for a symposium, you must fill out the form (before March 28, 2022) with a proposal that includes:

  1. Name surname, institution and email address of the authors
  2. Title
  3. Abstract (maximum 300 words)

The coordination of each symposium will be in charge of evaluating the communication proposals, determining which ones will participate in the congress and notifying the participants in a timely manner.

  1. We will accept a maximum of two presentations per person, but only one may be published.
  2. The abstract will be submitted by March 28.
  3. Each presentation will have a maximum duration of 10-15 minutes.
  4. Communications can be presented orally in Catalan, Spanish or English.
  5. Acceptation of proposals: April 28.

Submission of proposals online.

Scientific committee

  • Xavier Roigé Ventura (Universitat de Barcelona)
  • Iñaki Arrieta- Urtizberea (Universidad del País Vasco)
  • Alexandra Georgescu Paquin (Universitat de Barcelona)
  • Alejandra Canals Ossul (Universitat de Barcelona)
  • Mireia Guil Egea (Universitat de Barcelona)
  • Elodia Hernández León (Universidad Pablo Olavide)
  • Fabien Van Geert (Université Sorbonne Nouvelle)
  • Camila del Mármol Cartañá (Universitat de Barcelona)
  • Michael Atwood Mason (Exdirector Folk Center Smithsonian)
  • Saida Palou Rubio (Universitat de Girona /Institut Català de Recerca en Patrimoni Cultural)
  • Ángeles Castaño Madroñal (Universidad de Sevilla)

Places

  • Barcelona, Kingdom of Spain

Event attendance modalities

Full online event


Date(s)

  • Monday, March 28, 2022

Keywords

  • intangible heritage, cultural tourism, creative tourism, cultural heritage, digital, experience, patrimonio intangible, turismo, experiencia, sostenibilidad, turismo creativo

Contact(s)

  • Alexandra Georgescu Paquin
    courriel : alexandrageorgescu [at] ub [dot] edu

Information source

  • Alexandra Georgescu Paquin
    courriel : alexandrageorgescu [at] ub [dot] edu

License

CC0-1.0 This announcement is licensed under the terms of Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal.

To cite this announcement

« Tourism 3.0. Intangible cultural heritage at the heart of the tourist experience », Call for papers, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, February 15, 2022, https://doi.org/10.58079/188a

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