As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
The submission file is in Microsoft Word file format.
If both an abstract and a recipe are being submitted, these are separate Microsoft Word files.
The abstract is void of all identifying information (i.e., blinded).
The referencing and formatting of your abstract follows 7th edition APA style.
The abstract relates to the conference theme With In Dangerous Times.
We invite you to submit your contributions for CTS 9 “With In Dangerous Times.” There is a seat at the table for contributions ranging from the traditionally intellectual to the innovative, artistic, and experiential. We welcome any submissions in English, French, or Spanish that fit under the broad umbrella of critical tourism studies or one of our cognate critical fields—critical hospitality studies, critical events studies, critical leisure studies, critical sport studies. We also invite you to share with us not just your knowledge of tourism, but also your favourite recipes. Please, send us these along with your abstracts. If a recipe has a special history for you, please share this as well.
Please submit your abstract and your recipe as separate files. We would be appreciative if you abstract was void of any identifying information (i.e., blinded), while your recipe can include your name, among other personal details. Please submit both files as Microsoft Word documents.
Please submit abstracts for CTS 9 using this section.
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