I have been teaching, supervising HDR students and undertaking research in tourism studies for almost 30 years. My disciplinary background is geography but much of my research is situated within a multidisciplinary framework.
My research is multi-disciplinary social science focused on: animal-human relations in tourism; tourism, leisure and sexual identity; social constructions and experiences of nature within tourism/leisure. My publications include 4 books, 20 book chapters and 50 refereed journal articles.
I will no longer be taking on higher degree research students.