Tourist Spaces Between Practices and Theories – International Conference


University of Palermo

 Department of Historical-Archaeological, Socio-Anthropological and Geographical Heritage

Tourist Spaces

Between Practices and Theories 

International Conference

University of Palermo, July 7-8-9, 2011

Viale delle Scienze, Palermo

Thursday & Wednesday: Polo Didattico, Aula 6

Saturday: Faculty of Letters and Philosophy, Aula Seminari

 

JULY 7, THURSDAY

 9:30 Opening
Mario Gandolfo GIACOMARRA (Dean of the Faculty of Letters and Philosophy)
Girolamo CUSIMANO (Head of the Department of Heritage)

9:45 Conference presentation
Stefano MONTES (University of Palermo)

Chair: Licia TAVERNA

10:00
Girolamo CUSIMANO, Maurizio GIANNONE (Università di Palermo)
I nuovi spazi del turismo culturale a Palermo

10:30
Gloria Bosch Roig, Francisca Roca (Universitat de les Illes Balears)
The Bay of Palma as a Locus Horribilis or Non Place

11:00 Coffee break

11:30
Alessandro Lutri (Università di Catania)
− Nuove forme della patrimonializzazione turistica nel “Val di Noto”: dallo spettacolo dei luoghi del Barocco al barocco come spazio per altri tipi di spettacoli

12:00
Maria Luiza Souca, Codrin Chiru (“Babes-Bolyai” University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania; The Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania)
Traditional Heritage in Maramures region, Romania, a Tourism Enhancer from a forgotten time

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break

Chair: Gaetano SABATO

14:00
Stefano CARLUCCI Università di Bari)
Presunzioni interpretative

14:30
Lorena Bătăgan (Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania)
Smart city in a smart planet

15:00
Maria Paola ALTESE (Università di Palermo)
In oblivionem patriae”: distanze mitiche e itinerari postmoderni da Joyce a Carrigan

15:30 Coffee break

15:45
Paola Bortolin, Richard W. Hallett (Northeastern Illinois University)
‘History in its place’: A linguistic investigation of tourist spaces on the official tourism website for Buenos Aires

16:15
Donruetai Kovathanakul (Khon Kaen University, Thailand)
Chiang Khan Tourists’ Spaces: Municipal Legal Instrument, Is This the Value for the Community?

16:45 Discussion

JULY 8, FRIDAY

Chair: Girolamo CUSIMANO

 9:30
Gianfranco Marrone (Università di Palermo)
L’osceno del villaggio: autoriflessività indotta e marasma corporeo

10:00
Leonardo Mercatanti (Università di Palermo)
Il turismo dei Centri Commerciali in Sicilia

10:30
Tătar Corina, Ilieş Dorina Camelia, Herman GRIGORE, Baias ȘTEFAN (University of Oradea, Romania)
The Moți and Their Place Identity as a Tool for Tourist Promotion and Alternative to Mining Activity in the Apuseni Mountains

11:00 Coffee break

11:30
Alice Giannitrapani (Università di Palermo)
Istruzioni per l’uso degli spazi del viaggio. Il caso di Valencia nelle guide turistiche

12:00
Andreea Teletin (Centre de Linguistique de Porto)
Regards croisés sur l’espace dans les publicités touristiques au Portugal et au Brésil : marques énonciatives et représentations culturelles

12:30 – 14:00 Lunch Break

Chair: Gianfranco MARRONE

14:00
Dario Mangano (Università di Palermo)
Modello Mondello

14:30
Gaceu Ovidiu, Ilieş Dorina Camelia, Josan Ioana, Ilieş Alexandru (Université d’Oradea, Roumanie)
Le potentiel climato-touristique de la station balnéo-climatique Stana de Vale (Monts Apuseni, Roumanie). Une alternative viable pour le développement du tourisme dans une aire défavorisée des ouvrages minières

15:00
Zina Ouaglal (Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense)
Tourisme des racines en Kabylie

15:30 Coffee break

 

15:45
Mariangela Albano, Gaia Vanella (Università degli studi di Palermo)
Spazio, interazione e testualità: il caso del centro storico di Palermo

16:15
Licia Taverna, Stefano Montes (Université de Tallinn ; Université de Palerme)
Camus et Sartre à New York

16:45 Discussion

JULY 9, SATURDAY

Chair: Stefano MONTES

 9:30
Gaetano Sabato (University of Palermo)
Cruise tourism spaces between experience and representation

10:00
Elena Di Liberto (Università di Palermo)
Etica del turismo e spazi artistici

10:30
Damir Demonja, Vesna Meštrić (Institute for International Relations, IMO, University of Zagreb; Museum of Contemporary Art, MSU, Zagreb)
The “Richter Collection” in Zagreb (Croatia): an example of cultural and tourism revitalization of the city

11:00 Coffee break

11:30
Stephanie Carretero, Jorge Garcés, Mireia Ferri (Polibienestar Reserch Center, University of Valencia)
Accessible social tourism in tourist spaces

12:00
Arindam Saha (The University of Illinois at Chicago)
Tourist Spaces and Technology: Modernity, Neo-liberalism and Beyond

12:30 Closing remarks

 

Languages of the conference:
Italian, English and French.

For further information, please contact: Stefano Montes (montes.stefano@tiscalinet.it)

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