Publications, Projects and Presentations by Sonnino Working Group
Brouder, P. (2012). Creative Outposts: Tourism’s Place in Rural Innovation. Tourism Planning & Development, 9 (4), 383-396.
Brouder, P. (2012). Tourism Development against the Odds: The Tenacity of Tourism in Rural Areas. Tourism Planning & Development, 9 (4), 333-337 (Editorial)
de la Barre, S. and Brouder, P. (2013). Consuming Stories: Placing Food in the Arctic Tourism Experience. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 8 (2-3), 213-223.
Brouder, P. and Eriksson, R.H. (2013). Tourism Evolution: On the Synergies of Tourism Studies and Evolutionary Economic Geography. Annals of Tourism Research, 43, 370-389.
Brouder, P. (2014). Evolutionary Economic Geography: A New Path for Tourism Studies? Tourism Geographies, 16 (1), 2-7.
Brouder, P. (2014). Evolutionary Economic Geography and Tourism Studies: Extant Studies and Fu-ture Research Directions. Tourism Geographies, 16 (4), 540-545.
Brouder, P. (2017). Evolutionary Economic Geography: Reflections from a sustainable tourism per-spective. Tourism Geographies, 19 (3), 438-447.
Fournier, V. (2013). Les effets de la règlementation de la culture : l’exemple de la production de vin en Calabre. Revue de la culture matérielle, 77/78, 123–138. Récupéré de https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/MCR/article/view/22087/25649.
Hull, J. S. (2017) Health tourism: a global perspective. In Mathilde Gross (ed) Gesundheit-stourismus, (pp. 165-79) Stuttgart: utb.
Hull, J.S. & Mason, C. (2017) Understanding the links between wellness and indigenous tourism in western Canada: critical sites of cultural exchange. In Melanie Smith & Laszlo Puczko (eds) (pp. 430-449) Routledge Handbook of Health Tourism. London: Taylor & Francis.
Hull, J.S., de la Barre, S. & Maher P.T. (2017) Peripheral geographies of creativity: the case for Ab-original tourism in Canadas Yukon Territory. In Arvid Viken and Dieter Muller (eds) (pp. 157-81) Tourism and indigeneity in the Arctic. Tourism and Cultural Change Series 51. Bristol: Channelview Publications.
Hull, J.S. (2016) Wellness tourism experiences in mountain regions: the case of Sparkling Hill Re-sort, Canada. In H. Richins & J.S. Hull (eds) Mountain tourism. (pp. 25-35). CABI: Oxfordshire, UK.
Hull, J.S. (2016). Skiing tourism. In J. Jafari and H. Xiao (eds) The Encyclopedia of Tourism. Spring-er: Hong Kong.
McKinnon, I., P. Hurley, C. Myles, M. Maccaroni, and T. Filan. (forthcoming) Uneven urban metabo-lisms: Toward an integrative (ex)urban political ecology of sustainability in and around the city. Invited contribution to special issue of Urban Geography titled “Urban Geography Perspectives on Sustainability.”
Hiner, C. C. (2016) Beyond the edge and in between: (Re)conceptualizing the rural-urban interface as meaning-model-metaphor. Professional Geographer, 68, 520-531.
McKinnon, I. & Hiner C.C. (2016) Does the region still have relevance?: (Re)considering “regional” political ecology. Journal of Political Ecology, 23, 115-122.
Hiner, C. C. (2016) “Chicken wars”, water fights, and other contested ecologies along the rural-urban interface in California’s Sierra Nevada foothills Journal of Political Ecology, 23, 167-181.
Hiner, C.C. (2015) (False) Dichotomies, political ideologies, and preferences for environmental management along the rural-urban interface in Calaveras County, California. Journal of Applied Geography, 65, 13-27.
Mania, E., Piazzi, M. and S. Guidoni (2016) Soil Biodiversity as a Support to Environmental Sustainability in the Vineyard. Proceedings: International Terroir Congress, Oregon USA, 316.
Measuring societal awareness of the rural agrarian landscape: indicators and scale issues
Paracchini, ML., Capitani, C., Schmidt, AM., E Andersen, Wascher, DM., …
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Randelli, F.; Rocchi, B. (2017). ON-FARM AND REGIONAL FACTORS AFFECTING THE PARTICIPA-TION OF FARMERS TO ALTERNATIVE FOOD NETWORKS. In: Corsini L., Randelli F., Rocchi B., Giampaolo S.. (S)radicamenti, pp. 411-418, Firenze: Società di Studi Geografici, ISBN:978-88-908926-3-9. Accesso ONLINE all’editore.
Randelli, F. (2017). La coscienza dei luoghi. Il territorio come oggetto corale. RIVISTA GEO-GRAFICA ITALIANA, vol. 124, pp. 81-84, ISSN:0035-6697.
Randelli, Filippo; Rocchi, Benedetto; Stefania, Giampaolo (2017). ALTERNATIVE FOOD NET-WORKS E CITTÀ IN ITALIA: UN’ANALISI SPAZIALE A PARTIRE DAI DATI DI CENSIMENTO. BOLLET-TINO DELLA SOCIETÀ GEOGRAFICA ITALIANA, pp. 165-176, ISSN:1121-7820 Accesso ONLINE all’e-ditore.
Randelli, F.; Rocchi, B. (2017). Analysing the role of consumers within technological innovation systems: The case of alternative food networks. ENVIRONMENTAL INNOVATION AND SOCIETAL TRANSITIONS, vol. 25, pp. 94-106, ISSN:2210-4224 DOI Accesso ONLINE all’editore.
Senese, D.; John, Hull; Randelli, Filippo (2016). The role of terroir in tourism led amenity migration. In: XI Intemational Tel’l’oir Congress, Linfield College, Oregon, 10-14 luglio, 2016, Southern Oregon University, pp. 0-1. Accesso ONLINE all’editore.
Senese, D.M. and J. Hull ‘Ecotopian Mobilities: wine, tourism and migration’, Symposium of Australian Gastronomy, Melbourne, Australia December 2016.
Senese, D.M., Randelli, F. and J. Hull ‘Tourism Led Amenity Migration’ XI Terroir Congress, University of Southern Oregon, Michminville Oregon, July 2016.
Panel Co-organizer (with John Hull) ,Teaching with Terroir: Caring of Place through Terroir Tourism, Tourism Education Futures Conference, Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops British Columbia, June 2016.
Senese, D.M., Randelli, F., Hiner, C. and J.S. Hull ‘Food systems, sustainability and experiential educational travel: the Sonnino experience in Montespertoli, Tuscany’ Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, San Francisco California, March-April 2016.
Senese, D.M., Randelli, F., Hiner, C. and J. Hull “Evolutionary Aesthetics and Landscape Change’ International Culinary and Wine Tourism Conference, Vienna Austria, October 2015.
Senese, D.M., Randelli, F., Hull, J. and C. Myles (2018) Drinking in the Good Life: Tourism Mobilities and the Slow Movement in Wine Country. Clancy, M. (ed.)Slow Tourism, Food and Cities: Pace and the Search for the Good Life. Routledge, pg.338-366.
Senese, D. M. (2016). 12 Transformative Wine Tourism in Mountain Communities. Mountain Tourism: Experiences, Communities, Environments and Sustainable Futures, 121.
Carmichael, B and Senese, D.M.,(2012) ‘Wine Tourism’ in P. Dougherty editor The Geography of Wine Springer Publishers., pg. 159-179.
Senese, D.M., Wilson, W. and B. Momer (2012) ‘The Okanagan Wine Region’ in P. Dougherty editor The Geography of Wine Springer Publishers. Pg. 81-94.
Senese, D.M. (2011) ‘Amenity resources and rural change in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia’ in K.Beesley editor “The Rural-Urban Fringe in Canada: Conflict and Controversy” pg. 158-175.
Developing an integrated approach to enhance the delivering of environmental goods and services by agro-ecosystems
Regional Environmental Change 9 (3), 153-167 17
Introducing territorial and historical contexts and critical thresholds in the analysis of conservation of agro-biodiversity by Alternative Food Networks, in Tuscany, Italy
Land Use Policy 42, 355-366 10
Governance objectives and instruments, ecosystem management and biodiversity conservation: the Chianti case study
Regional Environmental Change 11 (1), 29-44
Wine and Food Tourism Futures Conference October 17-20, 2017
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Co-hosted by Donna Senese (UBC) and John S. Hull (TRU). Flippo Randelli and Caterina de Renzis Sonnino, keynote speakers; Colleen Myles and Vincent Fournier, research presenters.
The ‘Wine and Food Tourism Futures’ Conference
Brought together a range of academic and professional specialists to share ideas and practices on the transformative potentials of wine and food tourism. The conference contemplates the future of wine and food tourism and the communities it serves through a synergy of academic and industry reflection. In this light we explore avenues for mobilizing wine and food tourism’s potential as an instrument for positive change. The overarching goal of the conference is to promote and increase dialogue, foster communication and increase collaboration between academia and industry on a global scale. Delegates include tourism, wine and food scholars, educators, practitioners and government officials from regions of wine and food tourism across the globe.
With major support from the British Columbia Wine Institute, this conference addresses three broad themes: Resources, Practices and Outcomes. The Resources theme focuses on the cultural, natural, political and economic capital that generates and sustains the wine and food tourism industry including landscape, ecology, tradition and traditional knowledge of food and wine systems. The Practices theme considers service design and delivery, incubators, innovation and diversification of the industries and education for transformation or teaching with terroir. Lastly, the Outcomes theme draws on ideas about the impacts, potentials and realised transformations brought on by wine and food tourism using global examples of the impact of food and wine tourism on the rural experience economy; the rural renaissance and regional economic development; product and market development; sustainable practices, food and environmental security.
Outcomes include identification of key areas of potential for transformative wine and food tourism and a global compilation of existing successful best practices for industry and identification of avenues for future research.