Number of items: 43.
Nibigira, C & Novelli, M
2016, Burundi, tourism
. in J Jafari & H Xiao (eds), Encyclopedia of Tourism.
Springer International Publishing, London, UK.
2016, Developing country tourism
. in J Jafari & H Xiao (eds), Encyclopedia of Tourism.
Springer International Publishing, London, UK.
, Morgan, N, Mitchell, G & Ivanov, K 2015, 'Travel philanthropy and sustainable development: the case of the Plymouth–Banjul Challenge
' Journal of Sustainable Tourism
, vol 14, no. 6, pp. 824-845.
Burns, P & Novelli, M
2007, Tourism and Politics: Introduction
. in P Burns & M Novelli (eds), Tourism and Politics: Global Frameworks and Local Realities.
Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, UK, pp. 1-4.
Burns, P & Novelli, M
2006, Tourism and Social Identities: Introduction
. in P Burns & M Novelli (eds), Tourism and Social Identities: Global Frameworks and Local Realities.
Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, UK, pp. 1-11.
Robinson, M & Novelli, M
2005, Niche Tourism: an introduction
. in M Novelli (ed.), Niche Tourism: contemporary issues, trends and cases.
Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, UK, pp. 1-14.
, Grumo, R, Mininno, A & Giorgio, G 2004, Turismo e sviluppo regionale: individuazione delle risorse e valutazione delle strategie per la competitivita della Puglia sul mercato nazionale ed internazionale
. in Turismo e crescita produttiva: fattori locali e competitività del territorio. Programma di ricerca cofinanziamento MIUR 2002, rapporto finale.
MIUR, Rome, Italy, pp. 186-207.
Peer reviewed journal
Ahebwa, W. and Novelli, M. (2014) Editorial: African Tourism & Hospitality in Global Society: Central or Peripheral?, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 14 (1-2): 3-7, - peer reviewed internationally recognised Sage journal.
Novelli, M. (1999) Attività ricreative e costruzione del territorio: il caso Euro Disney Resort, l'Universo, Firenze, I.G.M., 1: 58-78.
Novelli, M. (1997)Pianeta Lombardia: c’è posto anche per il “loisir”?, Lombardia Nord-Ovest, Chamber of Commerce of Varese, 1: 27-50.
Burns, P. and Novelli M. eds. (2006) Tourism and Social Identities: Global Frameworks and Local Realities. Elsevier - Advances in Tourism Research Series.
Novelli, M. ed. (2005) Niche tourism: contemporary issues, trends and cases. Oxford: Elsevier.
Novelli, M. and Jones, A. (2016) Peer2Peer (P2P) International: A Transformative Educational Travel Experience, Global Report on The Power of Transformative Tourism, Madrid: UNWTO.
Novelli, M. and Hellwig, A. (2013) The UN MDGs, Tourism and Development: a Tour Operators’ Perspective. In J. Saarinen, C.M. Rogerson and H. Manwa, Tourism and Millennium Development Goals: Tourism, Local Communities and Development, Oxford: Routledge
Novelli, M. and Birk A.K. (2012), From Iron Curtain to Green Belt Tourism, Book Chapter in A. Morvillo (Ed.) Tourism and Innovation, New York: Mc Graw-Hill.
Novelli, M. (2011) Educational Travel and Travellers’ Philanthropy: The Gambia, in M. Honey (Ed), Travellers’ Philanthropy Handbook, Washington, DC: Center for Responsible Travel, pp. 75-77.
Novelli, M., Schmitz, B. and Spencer, T. (2010) Networks and Clusters Development in Tourism: A UK Experience in Bo, D. (ed.) Clusters in Europe, Paris: L’Harmattan.
Novelli, M. (2004) Wine Tourism Events in the Apulia Region of Italy In I. Yeoman, et al. (Eds.) Festival and Event Management: An International arts and Culture Perspective. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, pp329-345.
Novelli, M. (2001) Turismo eno-gastronomico, strade del vino e valorizzazione dei centri minori in Puglia, in Ruggiero V. e Scrofani L. (Eds) (2001), Centri Minori e Risorse culturali per lo sviluppo sostenibile del Mezzogiorno, Catania: C.U.E.M.
Novelli, M. (1999)Aree rurali: nuovo spazio per il turismo? in Locale e Globale University of Bari and of Chieti site in Pescara, pp. 54-70.
Novelli, M. (1998) Conoscere per progettare. Il ruolo della geografia di ieri e di oggi, in Viganoni L. (Ed), Temi e problemi di geografia, Roma: Gangemi, pp.171-176
Novelli, M. (2011) Tourism and Political Change, R, Butler and S, Wantanee (Eds.) Annals of Tourism Research, 38:2: 731-733.
Novelli, M. (2011) Coffee Culture, Destinations and Tourism. L, Jolliffee (Ed), Tourism Management, 32: 1240-1241.
Discussion papers and reports
Evaluation of Initial Impacts of GCP's tourism support in The Gambia, GGCP-Ministry of Finance/World Bank. (2015)
Review of the Proposal for Mzuzu University Tourism and Hospitality Skills Development Centre, Washington DC: The World Bank (December). (2013)
Customer Services Skills Training Programme for Namibia’s Tourism Industry, Commonwealth Secretariat, London, UK (September 2013).
GambiaHost – Formalising the Informal in Service Standards, Ministry of Tourism and Culture, The Gambia (May 2012).
Study identifying and assessing PG and Research Programmes in Sub-Sahara Africa, Aga Kahn University, Nairobi, Kenya.
Study identifying and assessing key knowledge and skill gaps in the tourism, leisure and hospitality sectors in the developing world, Aga Kahn University, Nairobi, Kenya. (2011)
Restructuring the Gambia Hotel School into a National Training Institute Project Report – Business Plan. Gambia Ministry of Tourism and Culture/World Bank, Washington, D.C., USA. (2011)
Gambia - Training Needs Analysis for Ecotourism and Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Development Project Report. UNIDO, Vienna, Austria. (2010)
Nigeria - Training Needs Analysis for Ecotourism and Environmental Management Systems (EMS) Development Project Report. UNIDO, Vienna, Austria. (2010)
Swaziland - Tourism - Policy Note Project Report. World Bank, Washington, D.C., USA. (2010)
Restructuring the Gambia Hotel School into a National Training Institute Project Report. World Bank / GIPFZA, Washington, D.C., USA. (2009)
Tourism State of the Art in the Thai Nguyen Province of Vietnam (with Burns, P.) Report EU Asian Tour Project. (2008)
The development of a tourism demand model in the Lecce Province of Italy, Official Report, Province of Lecce Local Authority and University of Lecce, Italy. (2000)
Ruralna podruja: novi prostor za slobodno vrijeme, in Glasnik Geografskog Društva Republike Srpske “Herald”, n.5/2000, pp. 67-79. (2000)
(Forthcoming) ATLAS Europe Conference (25th Anniversary) Tourism, lifestyle and locations, Canterbury Christ Church University, presenting on: Tourism, Lifestyle and Locations – 10 years on Niche Tourism and Hospitality Research, what next? 14-16 September 2016
10th Critical Tourism Studies Conference, Croatia, presented on Travel Philanthropy and Sustainable Development: Critical Perspectives on a Problematic Relationship, 25-29 June 2015
Cross-cultural Issues in Tourism and Hospitality, Chania, Crete, presented on Ten years of Tourism and Hospitality Research: What’s Next? 14-16 May 2014
Green Africa Conference on Sustainability, The Gambia, presented on Peer-to-peer capacity building for sustainable tourism, 12-15 April 2012
Africa Travel Association (ATA), 35th Global Conference on Sustainable and Responsible Tourism, Sheraton, The Gambia, presented on Tourism Education in Africa, 17-20 May 2010
International Seminar on Sustainable Tourism, Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, presented on Tourism: networks, clusters and development, 3-4 March 2010
International Think Thank on Clusters and Networks Research, University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France, presented on Can Cluster be issues by Governments? A UK experience, 18 January 2008
Doctoral Workshop on Publishing and Career Development in Tourism, Tourism Research Network (TouRNet) White Rose Doctoral Training Centre (WRDTC), Sheffield, 19 April 2016.
Royal Anthropological Society/Development Studies Association, The Ebola virus disease epidemic (EVDE) and its unexpected effects on tourism in The Gambia and Sierra Leone, London, 21 March 2016.
London Metropolitan University, presented on The Critical Consultant in International Tourism, 5 March 2015
Kent Business School, presented on Critical Perspectives on Community Based Tourism in Asia, 26 February 2015
Bari Cultura e Turismo, Bari (Italy), presented on Niche Tourism and international tourism in Bari, 3 September 2014.
The World Bank Seminar Series, Washington DC, presented on Peace, Reconciliation and Development Aspirations – Time for Tourism? 15 July 2014
Kent Business School, presented on Community Based Tourism in Asia: looking beyond wishful thinking, 4 April 2014
Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) - University of Kent, Seminar Series, presented on Community Based Tourism – Reconciling Conservation and Community Development, 24 October 2013
New York University Seminar Series, presented on various aspects of Tourism and Development in Sub-Sahara Arica – e.g. Community Based Tourism; Tourism and Post-Conflict Development; Tourism and Cultural Heritage; Tourism and Conservation, 26, 28 February and 5, 7 March 2013
ESRC Seminar Series at the Politics Department, University of Sheffield, presented on The State of the Art of Tourism and Development Debate, 27 November 2009
Birmingham University College Seminar Series, presented on Tourism and International Development: perspectives from sub-Sahara Africa, 18 March 2009
Identity, Citizenship and Migration Centre Research Seminar Series, School of Sociology and Social Policy, University of Nottingham, 15 November 2008, presented on Tourism and the UN MDGs’ at the University of Limerick Seminar Series, Limerick, Ireland, 25 March 2008. Presented on: ‘Niche Tourism in context’.
ESRC Seminar Series, Centre for Leisure, Tourism and Society (CeLTS), University of the West of England, Bristol, contributed to the Round Table on Tourism, Inequality and Social Justice: Tourism and Fair Trade, 20 February 2008
ESRC Seminar Series, Department of Politics and International Relations/Centre for Mobilities Research, University of Lancaster, January, presented on Consumptive Tourism - The politics of Ecotourism in the North-South Relations, 2005
Other conference contributions
Surrey School of Hospitality and Tourism Conference on Peer2Peer Capacity Building through Educational Tourism: A values-based approach enhancing community leadership and management capacity (with G. Spacey), Guildford, UK, 19-22 July 2016.
ATLAS Conference Risk in Travel and Tourism, presenting on The Ebola Virus Disease Epidemic (EVDE) and its Unexpected Effects on Tourism in The Gambia and Sierra Leone (with Burgess and Pedreira-Muniz), Lisbon, Portugal, 20-23 October 2015.
Tourism and Contemporary Perspectives in Tourism and Hospitality Research – Policy, Practice and Performance, International Conference, University of Brighton, Eastbourne, UK, presenting on The unexpected effects of the Ebola Virus Disease Epidemic (EVDE) on tourism in Sierra Leone (with Bieito Pedreira Muniz) and on Travel Philanthropy and sustainable development - a complex but not impossible relationship, 12-14 July 2015.
Why Charity? The Politics and Ethics of Charity,Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics (CAPPE), University of Brighton, Brighton, UK, presenting on Travel Philanthropy vs. Sustainable Development – a Critical Understanding of a Problematic Relationship, 7-8 July 2014.
Royal Geographical Society General Conference, Edinburgh, UK, presenting in two panels on: Collaborative and Peer-to-Peer Capacity Building Fieldwork and Opportunities, challenges and contradictions in HE and Sustainability Education: tales from a peer-to-peer capacity-building experience in a developing nation, 3-5 July 2012.
Centre for Responsible Travel and Monteverde Institute 3rd International Conference, Costa Rica, presenting on Travelers’ Philanthropy - From ‘Simple Rags’ to ‘Sustainable Riches’: the Philanthropic Side of Tourism, 20-23 July 2011.
Surrey University Conference, Guildford, UK, presenting on Advancing the Social Science of Tourism - Complex systems and tourism planning: thoughtful decisions and methodological reflections, with Carla Ricaute Quijano, 28 June-1 July 2011.
Association for Tourism in Higher Education (ATHE) Conference, Losehill Hall, Peak District, UK, presenting on Peer-to-Peer Capacity Building through educational tourism in the Gambia, 2-4 December 2009.
BEST Educational Network IX Think Thank, Singapore, presenting on Cross-Cultural Interaction, Capacity Building and Sustainable (Tourism) Development. Assessing values and experiences in field-based education 15-18 June 2009.
Centre for Responsible Travel, 2nd International Conference on Travellers’ Philanthropy, Arusha, Tanzania, 3-5 December 2009.
ATLAS Europe Annual Conference, Brighton, UK, presenting on Formal vs Informal Cultural Programming. Showcasing change, Diversifying Tourism, Regenerating the City (with Forte, A.) 2-4 July 2009.
UNWTO Ulysses Conference, Madrid, Spain, presenting on Capacity building, cross-cultural collaboration and sustainable (tourism) development. Assessing students’ experience in field-based education, Brighton 28-29 May 2009.
The Himba of Kaokoland. A journey beyond modernity. Permanent Photographic exhibition SSM, University of Brighton, Eastbourne, UK, 13-15 June 2007.
ATLAS Africa Conference, Kampala, Uganda, Tourism Development vs. the UN Millennium Development Goals: achievable target or mission impossible? (with Hellwig, A.) , 27-29 October 2007.
5th International Symposium CENTOPS, SSM, University of Brighton, Eastbourne, UK, Community Based Tourism in Namibia: ‘reality show’ or ‘window dressing’ exercise?, (with Gebhardt, K.), 22-23 June 2006.
ATLAS Europe Conference, Naples, Italy, Networks, clusters and partnership development in tourism: experiences from the South East of England (with Schmitz, B.) 3 April 2004.
ATLAS Africa Conference, Pretoria, South Africa, presenting on Indigenous communities and tourism development: the case of the Kunene Region in Namibia, 29 September - 1 October 2004.
Entrepreneurship in Tourism in the Context of Experience Economy Conference, Lapland, Finland, Clusters and Value Chain? Gourmet Tourism and the Local Economy, Rovaniemi, 2-6 April 2003.
International Festival and Events Association (IFEA) Conference, Journeys of Expression II – Cultural Festivals/Events and Tourism, Vienna, Austria, From the ‘Cantine’ to the ‘Piazze’: implementing Gourmet Tourism in Apulia (Italy), 6-9 March 2003.
7th Organization of World Heritage Cities - International Symposium, Rhodes, Greece, Preserving and managing rural heritage sites: the case of ‘The Trulli of Alberobello’ (Apulia, Italy), 23-26 September 2003
Scottish Agricultural College (SAC) International Conference New Direction in Managing Rural Tourism and Leisure: local impacts, global trends, Auchincruive, UK, The Trulli of Alberobello: a ‘black and white picture’ for the promotion of rural tourism in the Apulia region of Italy, 5-8 September 2001.
Congresso Geografico Italiano, Rome, Italy, Turismo rurale sostenibile: lezioni dal West Country and Ospitalità rural nel contesto della diversificazione rurale, 18-22 June 2000
Oxford Brookes University International Conference, Consumer Satisfaction In Tourism and Hospitality Research, Oxford, UK, Tourism promotion and consumer satisfaction in rural areas: the case of Apulia (Italy), 25 November 2000
Media contribution and presence
Turtle SOS The Gambia Video, Project’s highlights and Interview
Turtle conservation in The Gambia: Interview with Turtle SOS The Gambia’s partner coordinator (29 November 2015)
Are travel philanthropists doing more harm than good? opinion paper published in The Conversation (27 July 2015).
How Ebola has hit Gambia’s economy opinion paper published on The World Economic Forum Agenda (18 December 2014)
Tourism in African countries NOT affected by Ebola is being ‘brought to its knees by ignorance interview published in The Mail Online (24 Dec 2014).
There is no Ebola in The Gambia, but it’s killing tourism there, opinion paper published in The Conversation (14 Dec 2014).
Gambia opens for business, not affected by Ebola interview published in The Daily Observer (31 Dec 2014).
Gambia: University of Brighton Ends P2P Tourism Capacity Building interview published in The Daily Observer (22 Dec 2014).
Interview published in Footloose Philanthropy, Campden FO, Summer 2014, pp.46-51.
Interview published in Minivacanze OK in 10 Mosse in Viversani, Settimanale di Salute, Bellezza, Benessere, Alimentazione, Consumi, Anno 34, August 2014, pp.17-20.
Interview with Radio 1 RAI on Responsible Travel during the weekly programme called Giroviaggiando on current travel and tourism issues.
Interview published in Quest’estate rimango a casa in Viversani, Settimanale di Salute, Bellezza, Benessere, Alimentazione, Consumi, Anno 22, August 2013, pp.94-96.
Interview published in Quest’estate divento alternative in Viversani, Settimanale di Salute, Bellezza, Benessere, Alimentazione, Consumi, Anno 21, No.16-20 Aprile 2012, pp.28-30.
Travel Talk and Business Travel Radio Programme Interview on ‘Teaching Tourism in HE’ - segment 2 - and on ‘Tourism and Peace’ - segment 5-6 (30 January)
West Coast Radio, The Gambia, Interview on Tourism and the environment (1December 2010).
Cervia Vision 2028 – Forum sul Turismo Interview on ‘Qualita’ e Customer Experience’ (21August 2009