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Worlds of Imagination. A Comparative Study of Film Tourism in India, Brazil, Jamaica, South Korea and the United Kingdom.

Publications

The neoliberal workings of The Family Meal campaign: Unfortunate others, European citizens, and the branding of the EU

Author(s): Wouter Oomen, Emiel Martens, Anna Piccoli
Published in: European Journal of Cultural Studies, 24/1, 2021, Page(s) 295-313, ISSN 1367-5494
Publisher: SAGE Publications
DOI: 10.1177/1367549420919851

A Daughter of the Gods (1916): Film, Tourism and Empire on Location in Jamaica

Author(s): Emiel Martens
Published in: TMG Journal for Media History, 23/1-2, 2020, ISSN 2213-7653
Publisher: TMG Journal for Media History
DOI: 10.18146/tmg.599

From The Harder They Come to Yardie: The Ghetto-Reggae Aesthetics of Jamaican Urban Crime Films. (ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION. PUBLICATION EXPECTED IN 2019)

Author(s): Emiel Martens
Published in: Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, Special Issue on ‘Representing Organised Crime in Jamaica’., 2019, ISSN 1369-801X
Publisher: Routledge

The Telenovela Effect: Challenges of Location Filming and Telenovela Tourism in the Brazilian Favelas.(ACCEPTED FOR PUBLICATION. PUBLICATION EXPECTED IN 2019).

Author(s): Débora Póvoa, Stijn Reijnders & Emiel Martens
Published in: The Journal of Popular Culture, Special Issue on ‘Popular Culture, Fandom and Tourism: Emergent Intersections of Destination Place-Making.’, 2019, ISSN 1540-5931
Publisher: Wiley Periodicals

Fusing fact and fiction: The role of cinematic heritage in the tourist gaze of Edinburgh (PREPARING FOR SUBMISSION, PUBLICATION EXPECTED 2020)

Author(s): Rosa Schiavone and Stijn Reijnders
Published in: European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2020, Page(s) unknown, ISSN 1367-5494
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Cinematic Itineraries and Identities: A study of Bollywoodized Imaginations of India Amongst the Dutch- Hindustani Community and its Influence on their Travel Decisions to India (PREPARING FOR SUBMISSION, PUBLICATION EXPECTED 2020)

Author(s): Apoorva Nanjangud
Published in: European Journal of Cultural Studies, 2020, ISSN 1367-5494
Publisher: SAGE Publications

Places in Mind: A Journey through Locations of the Imagination (UNDER REVIEW, PUBLICATION EXPECTED 2020)

Author(s): Stijn Reijnders and Balázs Boross
Published in: The Journal of Popular Culture, Special Issue Popular Culture, Fandom, and Tourism: Emergent Intersections of Destination Place-Making, 2020, Page(s) unknown, ISSN 1540-5931
Publisher: Wiley Periodicals

Doing as directed

Author(s): Apoorva Nanjangud
Published in: The Routledge Companion to Media and Tourism, 2020, Page(s) 132-141, ISBN 9780429430398
Publisher: Routledge
DOI: 10.4324/9780429430398-17

The History of Film and Tourism in Jamaica.

Author(s): Emiel Martens
Published in: Reshaping (G)local Dynamics of the Caribbean. Eds. Anja Bandau, Anne Brüske and Natascha Ueckmann, 2018
Publisher: Heidelberg University Publishing

Introduction (UNDER REVIEW, PUBLICATION EXPECTED 2020)

Author(s): Stijn Reijnders, Abby Waysdorf, Leonieke Bolderman and Nicky van Es
Published in: Locating Imagination: Place, Tourism and Belonging. N. van Es, A. Waysdorf, L. Bolderman & S. Reijnders (Eds.), 2020
Publisher: Routledge

Bollywood Tourism in Japan: Current Challenges, Potential Directions

Author(s): Apoorva Nanjangud
Published in: International Journal of Contents Tourism, Volume 4, 2019, Page(s) 1-11
Publisher: Center for Advanced Tourism Studies, Hokkaido University