Istraživački tim

Dr. sc. Irena Ateljević

 
Academic degrees
1994. -1998. Doktorirala na Sveučilištu u Aucklandu, NZ (2003. nostirficirano na Sveučilištu u Zagrebu).
1989. - 1992. Magistrirala na Ekonomskom fakultetu u Zagreb.
1984. - 1988. Diplomirala na Sveučilištu u Rijeci.
 
Employment
2011. – danas viši znastveni suradnik, Institut za turizam
2011. - danas Gostujući profesor, Sveučilište u Wageningenu, Nizozemska.
2005. – 2011. Izvanredni profesor, Sveučilište u Wageningenu, Nizozemska.
2003. – 2005. Izvanredni profesor, Tehnološko Sveučilište u Aucklandu, NZ.
2002. – 2003. Viši docent i voditelj programa magisterija poslovnih studija, Tehnološko Sveučilište u Aucklandu, NZ
1998. – 2002. Docent i direktor dodiplomskog programa Sveučilište Victoria u Wellingtonu, NZ
1995. – 1997. Predavač i mentor, Sveučilište u Aucklandu, NZ.

Bitne društvene i znastvene pozicije:

2008. – danas Stručni savjetnik radne grupe UNWTO-a “Osnaživanje žena u turizmu“, dijela UN-ovih milenijskih ciljeva.
2003. – danas Suosnivač i pokretač pokretač Međunarodne mreže kritičkih studija turizma.
2003. – danas Član RC50, ISA (Međunarodne organizacije društvenih znanosti).
2003. – danas Gostujući viši znanstveni suradnik velškog Centra za istraživanja u turizmu, Sveučilište u Cardiffu.
2002. – danas Gostujući viši znanstveni suradnik Novozelandskog Instituta za istraživanja u turizmu.
2008. – danas Resource editor za Annals of Tourism Research.
2011. – danas Glavni urednik časopisa Tourism.
2003. – danas Član uredničkog odbora. Journal of Leisure Studies; Tourism Geographies, Tourism Recreation Research; Tourism.
 
Research interests
Budućnost turizma 21og stoljeća
Transmodernizam i strategije održivog turizma
Inovacije u regionalnom razvoju i kreativnost turizma
Osnaživanje i liderstvo žena
Transformativna edukacija za turizam i liderske studije

 
Projects
2011 – danas. Globalno-lokalna veza: Transmoderni turizam, (samo)održivost i transformativno obrazovanje za sutrašnjicu. Empirijski slučaj: Community4Tomorrow: Prema inovativnom i održivom otoku Murteru, Hrvatska.
2011. – danas. Uloga žena u ruralnom turizmu.
2007. – 2010. Doprinos održivom razvoju obale i otoka Šibensko – Kninske županije: Obrazovanje i jačanje sustava za multisektorsko planiranje održivog razvoja.
2007. – 2008. Promocija aktivne zaštite bioraznolikosti Kornatskog otočja.
2008. – danas. Osnaživanje žena kroz turizam, UNWTO.
2003. – 2005. Istraživački program Kulture poduzetništva i turizma (ETC): Odredišta otvorena učenju, održive zajednice; suradnja ETCEE 2003.
2002. – 2005. Moderni nomad - transnacionalni istraživački projekt o backpacker turizmu.
2002. – 2005. Rodna pitanja u jugoistočnoj Europi: studija slučaja Hrvatske.
2000. – 2002. Turizam i ekonomija u tranziciji: Važnost poduzetništva u regionalnom ekonomskom razvoju.
2002. – 2004. Evaluacija projekta obrazovanja u turizmu na Sveučilištu South Pacific.
Razvoj backpacker fenomena od Novog Zelanda do Fidžija: istraživanje tržišta i segmentacija industrije.
2003. – 2004. Globalni poduzetnički monitor 2003.: Žene i poduzetništvo, Bartercard, NZ.
2000. – 2002. Izazov promjena u NR Kini: Studija turizma - identitet u provinciji Yunnan.
1999. – 2000. Poboljšanje turističke performanse: studija slučaja Golden Bay-a, Nelson, NZ.
1999. Utočište za divlji životinjski svijet Karori (ugovor sa zakladom Karori Wildlife).
1998. – 1999. Makroregionalni istraživački projekt: 'Central Stage of New Zealand', Institut za istraživanja u turizmu Victoria 1998./99.
 
Conferences
Odabrana predavanja po pozivu za keynote (2005-2011.)

Phoenix Arbor – Education for Tomorrow.  International UnConference: ‘Dreaming the Future: Wings to Dreaming, Hands to Doing’. VisiontoAction: International School for Change-Makers, 11-11-11 November, 2011, Bilbao, Spain.

Critical Turn of Tourism Studies: A call for transformation. An invited keynote for the International conference ˝Critical Issues of Tourism˝, Brasil, Natal, March 3-4.

Empowering Women For Change: ‘Double X solution’ to our world problems. An invited keynote for the International conference “Empowering women in post-conflict areas trough powerty reduction and community based tourism”, Kigali, Rwanda, November, 19-21, 2010.

A Series of Inconvenient Truths: Moving from the Periphery to the Center. An invited public lecture for the monthly event series of the Public Forum of Responsible Citizens of Sibenik, Croatia, May 5, 2010.

A Series of Inconvenient Truths: Women’s Responsibility in Creating a Sustainable Human Future. A keynote given at the international feminist symposium ‘Finding new models for promoting women’s rights in local politics’, organized by Domine, an NGO with a purpose of promoting women's rights and encouraging development of civil society, November, 28, 2009, Split, Croatia.

Transformational Pedagogy: Learning to Change the World. A keynote presented at the 4th summit of Tourism Education Future Initiative (TEFI), University of Lugano, Switzerland, April, 24-26, 2009.

From the Margins to the Center: Claiming our Feminine Wisdom. A keynote presented at the international conference and three Festivals for Intercultural dialogue organised as part of the EU project on Migrant Women: Women’s role and action in multicultural societies, 14-21,2009, Montepulciano, Italy, http://www.migrantwomen.eu/.

I Have a Dream: Towards the New Era of Human Unity? A keynote given to First European conference “Tourism and Peace: Bridging the North-South Divide through sustainable tourism development”, organized by Stenden University, Leeuwarden, and International Institute for Peace through Tourism, Leeuwarden, Netherlands, 21-24, October, 2008.

Three T's in Building the Creative Future of Murter: Tourism, Technology and Talent. An invited honorary lecture for the annual Seminar Series, Center for Technology Transfer, University of Zagreb, April, 16, 2008.

Transmodernity changing our (tourism and hospitality) world? ., 2008. The 17th CHME (Council for Hospitality Management Education) Research Conference, CHME,  Strathclyde University, Glasgow, 14-16, May, 2008.

Promoting an Academy of hope in Tourism Studies: A Way of Knowing and a Way of Being. Keynote Presentation for the 15th Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality Research ”Visions of Transmodern Tourism”, Finnish University Network for Tourism Studies, Savonlinna, October 19-22, 2006.

Tourism and issues of gender and ethnicity in Croatia: An auto ethnographic approach. Invited lecture for Geography Department seminar series, May, 2006, University of Brighton, UK.

Performing masculinity and femininity in Croatia: Tourism development reinforcing traditional gender relations? Invited lecture for the School of Geography and Built Environment seminar series, July, 2006, the University of West England, Bristol, UK.

Embodying Tourism Research: Gender performance among Sani and Bai Women in Yunnan’s Ethnic Tourism. Invited lecture for Tourism Anthropology Berkley Group, February, 1st, 2006, University of California, Berkley, USA.

Tourism Embodiment of the Macho Gaze in the South-Eastern Europe: A comparative analysis between Albania and Croatia. Invited lecture for Feminist Geography Seminar Series, January, 30th, 2006, University of California, Davis, USA.

Backpackers and rural development: Research insights from Croatia to China via Pacific. Keynote Presentation. A keynote given at international conference “Entrepreneurship in Tourism and the Contexts of Experience Economy (ETCEE)”, November 12-15, 2005, University of Rovaniemi, Lapland.
 
Selected Bibliography
Knjige:

Ateljevic, I. Pritchard, A. and Morgan, N. (2012) (Eds) The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies: Promoting an Academy of Hope. Oxford: Routledge.

Ateljević, I. Pritchard, A. and Morgan, N. (2007) (Eds) The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies: Innovative Research Methodologies. Oxford: Elsevier Ltd.

Pritchard, A. Morgan, N. Ateljević, I. and Harris, C. (2007) Tourism and Gender: Essays on Embodiment, Sensuality and Experience. London: CAB International.

Hannam, K., and Ateljević, I. (2008) Backpacker Tourism: Concepts and Profiles. Clevedon: Channel View Publications.



Znanstveni radovi objavljeni u međunarodnim časopisima:


Ateljevic, I. (2011) Transmodern Critical Tourism Studies: A Call for Hope and Transformation. Revista Turismo em Análise, special issue: Critical Issues in Tourism, Vol 22, No 3, December,  pp.497-515.

Pritchard, A., Morgan, N. and Ateljevic, I. (2011) Hopeful Tourism: A New Transformative Perspective, Annals of Tourism Research, 38 (3), 941-963.

Small, J. Harris, C. Wilson, J. and Ateljevic, I. (2011) Voices of Women: A Memory Work Reflection on Work-Life Dis/Harmony in Tourism Academia. Journal of, Hospitality Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education, 10 (1), 23-36.

Hollinshead, K. Ateljević, I. and Ali, N. (2009) Worldmaking Agency — Worldmaking Authority: The Sovereign Constitutive Role of Tourism. Tourism Geographies special issue: Worldmakings of Tourism, 11(4) November, 427-443.

Ateljević, I. Hollinshead, K. and Ali, N. (2009) Tourism and Worldmaking: Where do We Go From Here? Tourism Geographies special issue: Worldmakings of Tourism, 11(4) November, 546-552.

Ateljević, I., Harris, C. Wilson, E. and Collins, F. (2005) Getting ‘Entangled’: Reflexivity and the ‘Critical Turn’ in Tourism Studies. Tourism Recreation Research: Theme – Tourism and Research, Vol 30 (2), 9-21.

Ateljević, I. and Doorne, S. (2005) Dialectics of Authentification: Performing ‘Exotic Otherness’ in a Backpacker Enclave of Dali, China, Tourism and Cultural Change, Vol 3(1), 1-27.

Milne, S. and Ateljević, I. (2005) Tourism, economic development and the global-local nexus: Theory embracing complexity. 2001 journal article in Tourism Geographies, selected to be republished in Routledge collection of seminal works for the last 30 years: Tourism: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences (edited by Williams, S.). London: Routledge.

Ateljević, I. and Doorne, S. (2005) Culture, economy and tourism commodities: Social relations of production and consumption Tourist Studies 3(2), 55-76.

Ateljević, I. and Doorne, S. (2003) Unpacking the local: A cultural analysis of tourism entrepreneurship in Murter, Croatia, Tourism Geographies Vol 5(2), 123-150.

Doorne, S. Ateljević, I. and Bai, Z. (2003) Representing identities through tourism: Encounters of ethnic minorities in Dali, Yunnan Province, International Journal of Tourism Research 5(1), 1-11.

Harris, C. and Ateljević, I. (2003) Perpetuating the Male Gaze as the Norm: Challenges for ‘Her’ Participation in Business Travel. Tourism Recreation Research, special issue "Gender and Tourism: 10 years on", Vol 28(2), 21-30.

Ateljević, I. and Doorne, S. (2002)  Representing New Zealand: Tourism imagery and ideology. Annals of Tourism Research 29(3),648-667.

Ateljević, I. (2001) Searching for nature and imagining New Zealand,  Journal of Travel & Tourism Marketing, Vol 10 (1), 115-122.

Ateljević, I. (2000) Circuits of Tourism: Stepping beyond a production-consumption dichotomy, Tourism Geographies Vol 2(4), 369-388.

Poglavlja u znastvenoj knjizi:

Ateljević, I. (2009) Transmodernity – remaking our (tourism) world? in Tribe, J. (ed) (2008) Philosophical Issues of Tourism. Elseviecr Social Science Series, pp. 278-300.

Peeters, L. W.J. and Ateljević, I. (2009) Women Empowerment - Entrepreneurship Nexus in Tourism: Processes of Social Innovation. In Ateljević, J. and Page, S. Progress in Tourism and Entrepreneurship: Global Perspective, chapter 5, pp.75-89. London: Routledge.

Ateljević, I. and Peeters, L. (2009) The hybrid specialties and interdisciplinarity of social science: A case of the tourism studies field. In de Haan, H. and van der Duim, R. Landscape, Leisure and Tourism: Socio-Spatial Studies in Experiences, Practises and Policies. Eburon Delft. (pp.129-158).

Čorak, S. and Ateljević, I. (2008) Colonisation and ‘taking the waters’ in the 19th century: The patronage of royalty in health resorts of Opatija, Hasburg Empire and Rotorua, New Zealand, In Long, P and Palmer, N. (eds) Royal Tourism. (ed) Clevedon: Channel View Publications.

Ateljević, I. and Hall, D. (2007) Tourism Embodiment of the Macho Gaze in the South-Eastern Europe: Performing masculinity and femininity in Albania and Croatia, pp.138-157. In Pritchard, A. Morgan, N. Ateljević, I. and Harris, C. (eds) (2007) Tourism and Gender: Essays on embodiment, sensuality and experience. London: CAB International.

Harris, C. Wilson, E and Ateljević, I. (2007) Structural entanglements and the Strategy of audiencing as a reflexive Technique. In Ateljević, I. Pritchard, A. and Morgan, N. (eds)  The Critical Turn in Tourism Studies: Exploring Innovative Methodologies. Oxford: Elsevier Ltd., pp. 42-56.

Ateljević, I and Čorak, S. (2006) New Croatia in the new Europe: Culture versus Conformit. In Hall, D. Marciszewska, B. and Smith, M. (eds) Tourism in the New Europe: The Challenges and Opportunities of EU Enlargement, chapter 22. Wellingford: CAB International.

Ateljević, I. and Doorne, S. (2005)  Tourism as a Performance: Enacting Backpacker Tourism in Fiji, chapter in the book edited by Jaworski, A. and Pritchard, A. .Tourism, Discourse and Communication, Clevedon: Channel View Publications, pp.173-198.

Ateljević, I. and Doorne, S. (2004) Theoretical Encounters: A Review of Backpacker Literature. In, Richards, G. and Wilson, J. (eds) The Global Nomad: Backpacker Travel in Theory and Practice, chapter 4. Clevedon: Channel View Publications, pp. 50-76.

Ateljević, I. and Doorne, S. (2004) Cultural Circuits of Tourism: Commodities, Place and Re-Consumption. In Lew, A.A., Hall. C.M, and Williams, A.W., eds. A Companion to Tourism, pp 291-302. Oxford: Blackwell. (Blackwell Companions to Geography).

Ateljević, I. and Doorne, S. (2001) 'Nowhere left to run': A study of value boundaries and segmentation within the Backpacker Market of New Zealand. In Mazanec, J.A. Crouch, G.I. Brent Ritchie, J. R. and Woodside, A.G. “Consumer Psychology of Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure”,  pp. 169-187. CAB International, London.