Kevin Hannam

Kevin Hannam

Prof Kevin Hannam



External Examining/Validations

  • Gouthro, M. 2008. Consuming Industrial Heritage. University of Brighton, PhD.
  • External Examiner, MA Tourism programmes, University of Luton, UK & University of Ulster, UK.
  • External Examiner, BSc (Hons) Management and Tourism. University of Surrey, UK.
  • External Examiner, BA (Hons) Leisure Management, BA (Hons) Tourism Management, Continuing Professional Development (CPD). University of Teesside, UK.
  • External Examiner, Undergraduate Tourism programme, University of Strathclyde, UK.
  • Frenzel, F. 2009. The mobilities of political tourists. Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, PhD.
  • Fricke, J. 2013. Tourism Entrepreneurship in Mexico and Malaysia. University of Kent, UK, PhD.
  • External Examiner, Undergraduate Tourism programmes, University of East London (UEL).
  • External Examiner, Undergraduate Tourism programmes, IMI Swiss Hotel School, Switzerland / Manchester Metropolitan University.
  • Naidoo, P. 2014. Stakeholders’ perceived contributions of agritourism and enclave tourism to community well-being in Mauritius. University of Technology, Mauritius, PhD.
  • Sroypetch, S. 2015. Host and guest perceptions of backpacker tourism impacts on local communities: A case study of the Yasawa group of islands, Fiji. University of Otago, New Zealand, PhD.
  • Widtfeldt Meged, J. 2010. The guided tour – a co-produced tourism performance. Roskilde University, Denmark. PhD.
  • Wichasin, P. 2007. Women’s health tourism in Thailand. Bournemouth University. PhD.
  • Wilson, J. 2007. The Big OE: New Zealander’s in the UK. Lincoln University, New Zealand. PhD.
  • Wilkins, K. 2011. Elite networks of the London Season: perspectives from the New Mobilities literature. University of Durham, UK, PhD.
  • University of Wollongong, Australia, Vice-Chancellor’s Visiting International Scholar Award
  • Cohen, S. 2008. Lifestyle travellers’ experiences. University of Otago, New Zealand, PhD.
  • Butcher, J. 2004. NGOs, Tourism and the Environment. CURDS, University of Birmingham. PhD.
  • Chambers, D. 2003. A Discursive Analysis of the Relationship between Heritage and the Nation. Faculty of Leisure & Tourism, Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College/Brunel University. PhD.
  • Hanrahan, J. 2008. Tourism Planning in Eire. Sligo University of Technology, Ireland, PhD.
  • Hassan, M. 2003. Arsenic Toxicity in Bangladesh: Health and Social Hazards. Department of Geography, University of Durham. PhD.
  • Guereno-Omil, B. 2011. Cross border mobility in the Basque region. University of Deusto, Spain, PhD.
  • Huda, K. 2004. Detection, monitoring and management of small water bodies. Department of Geography, University of Durham. PhD.
  • Hermann, I. 2013. Cold War Heritage (and) Tourism. University of Bedfordshire, UK, PhD.
  • Ali, N. 2008. Pakistani Identities and Tourism Participation. University of Bedfordshire, PhD.
  • Robinson, N. 2015. Dark Tourism Motivations. University of Salford, UK, PhD.
  • Park, H. 2007. Heritage Tourism in Korea. London Metropolitan University. PhD
  • Paul, A. 2009. Geographies of HIV/AIDS in Bangladesh. University of Durham, UK, PhD.
  • Kumar, N. 2000. The Provision of Infrastructure Services in Rohtak and Bhiwani Districts, India, 1981 – 1998: A Geographical Analysis. Department of Geography, University of Durham. PhD.
  • Larsen, G. 2012. Consuming Distance- An exploratory investigation of understandings of Danish tourists. University of Central Lancashire, UK, PhD.
  • Kannisto, P. 2014. Global Nomads: Challenges of mobility in a sedentary world. Tilburg University, The Netherlands, PhD.
  • Johan, N. 2013. Learning in Gap Year Travel. University of Surrey, UK, PhD.
  • Member of Academic Council of Confederation of Tourism and Hospitality (CTH) Awards, London.
  • Liu, C. 2012. Understanding Chinese traveller’s travel experiences. Bournemouth University, UK, PhD.
  • Mohideen, A. 2009. Economic impact of labour migration to Gulf countries. Bharatidasan University, India, PhD.
  • Mulindwa, D. 2009. Local Resident’s Perceptions of community based ecotourism in Uganda. Anglia Ruskin University, UK, PhD.


Conference Activity

  • Convenor, ATLAS International Independent Tourism Conference, Hermanus, South Africa.
  • Convenor, ATLAS International Independent Tourism Conference, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla, India.
  • Convenor, ATLAS International Independent Tourism Conference, Beirut, Lebanon.


Media Activity

  • Guest speaker on BBC Radio 4 Thinking Aloud programme on Poverty Tourism.


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