Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 08/Apr/2019
1:00pm
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7:00pm
Registration
Location: Coffee Break Room
4:00pm
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6:00pm
Walk through the city of Leuven (with focus on World Heritage)
7:00pm Reception at the town hall of Leuven
Date: Tuesday, 09/Apr/2019
8:00am
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2:00pm
Registration
Location: Coffee Break Room
9:30am
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10:00am
Welcome by Prof. dr. Peter Lievens, Vice-rector of International Relations, on behalf of KU Leuven
Location: Grote Aula
10:00am
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10:30am
Welcome by Prof. dr. Maria Gravari-Barbas, coordinator of the UNESCO UNITWIN Network ‘Culture, Tourism, Development’
Location: Grote Aula
10:30am
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11:00am
Keynote Heritage conservation welcomes tourism in research
Location: Grote Aula
Prof. C. Ost, ICHEC Brussels Management School
11:00am
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11:30am
Keynote Heritage conservation welcomes tourism in policy & practice
Location: Grote Aula
Mr. Peter Debrine, UNESCO World Heritage Centre (tbc)
11:30am
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12:00pm
Keynote Tourism and heritage: Supranational tools, local practices
Location: Grote Aula
Prof. C. Santos, University of Illinois, Director European Union Center
12:00pm
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12:30pm
Keynote Heritage, a passion to share
Location: Grote Aula
Dr. Peter De Wilde, CEO VisitFlanders
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Jubilee Hall
2:00pm
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3:15pm
Parallel 1A: Economic value of heritage for tourism
Location: Grote Aula
Chair: Dominique Vanneste
 

Modeling Economic Value of Heritage to Tourism

Jamie Chen, Chaozhi Zhang



Integrating Adaptive Reuse Of Architectural Heritage Buildings With Environmental Rating Systems

Elnaz Farjami, Özlem Olgaç Türker



ITER. Tourist value of cultural heritage

Maria Dolors Vidal-Asellas, José Antonio Donaire, Joaquim Majó



Cultural economy and tourism: applicable methods in museums

Alicia Orea Giner, Carmen de Pablos Heredero, Trinidad Vacas Guerrero



The tourism potential of a rural heritage landscape. Case: fruit cultivation in Haspengouw

Astrid Cuenen, Dominique Vanneste

Parallel 1B: Tourism contributing to heritage conservation
Location: Kleine Aula
Chair: Marc Kocken
 

Diversification Of Heritage Labels In Hospitality Industry – Aspects, Context And Cases

Tamara Floricic



Knowledge about nature as part of the intangible heritage: revitalising and tourism valorisation

Maria Katelieva



Transformation Of A Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System In Kiangan, Ifugao, Philippines

Catherine Hazel Aguilar, Teresita Borromeo, Nestor Altoveros, Maria Genaleen Diaz, Parviz Koohafkan



Event tourism: Cinema and European Capital of Culture for Matera

Delio Colangelo, Angela Pepe



Strategic Storylines: linking culture, heritage and tourism successfully

Marc Kocken

Parallel 1C: Managing the gap between use value and exchange value / Sustainability of T. prod.
Location: Auditorium 01.03
Chair: Jan van der Borg
 

The hybridation of values of tango as ICH – a perspective from the milongas of Buenos Aires

Linda Boukhris, Elsa Broclain, Francesca Cominelli, Sébastien Jacquot, Elodie Salin



Moneyments and Monuments – Economic Aspect of Heritage

Xiaolin Zang



World Heritage Site Management Issues and Challenges: Case Study of Historic Ad-Dir'iyah

Abdulelah Ali Al-Tokhais, Brijesh Thapa



Dying of success: ethnographic insights of touristophobia in Barcelona

Marco Romagnoli



Determining the Carrying Capacity of the City of Utrecht by Lineair Programming

Jan van der Borg

3:15pm
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3:30pm
Q&A Parallel 1A
Q&A Parallel 1B
Q&A Parallel 1C
3:30pm
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4:00pm
Coffee break
Location: Coffee Break Room
PS-1: Poster session 1
Location: Coffee Break Room
 

The effect of lighting design on tourism in world heritage sites:A case study of Saint Avit Senieur

Shahabedin Zeiniaslani, Reyhaneh Mozaffar



The Serra Da Capivara National Park: Archaeological Tourism In The Municipality Of São Raimundo

Elizabeth Abreu de Sousa Santana



Rice Biocultural Diversity in Sarangani, Philippines: Implications for Conservation & Agroecotourism

Catherine Hazel Macorol Aguilar, Florence Lasalita Zapico



Fernando De Noronha: An Analysis Of The Interaction Between Tourism And Heritage

Gabriela Ferreira Camargo, Sidnei Raimundo



The Pollera Conservation Contribuiting to Tourism

Elia Teresa Pineda



World Heritage Sites - as precious as threatened

Odete Paiva, Claudia Seabra, José Luís Abrantes, Fernanda Cravidão



“Tourism Management at UNESCO World Heritage Sites (vol.2)”. A Sequel to an International Massive Open Online Course Success Story

Ilaria Rosani, Giulia Vighetti, Silvia De Ascaniis, Maria Gravari-Barbas, Lorenzo Cantoni

 
4:00pm
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5:15pm
Parallel 2A: Heritage conservation contributing to tourism
Location: Grote Aula
Chair: Carmen Maria Ramos
 

Towards a framework for advancing Small Island Developing States (SIDS) as best practice models for legitimation of ICH destinations

Violet Cuffy



Touristic potential and motivation for reconstruction of Saint Pantelejmon church in Ohrid

Maja Toshikj, Ákos Zsembery



Issues and Challenges in Providing Accessibilities for the Disabled in National Heritage Buildings

Nurul Fadzila Zahari, Adi Irfan Che Ani, Robiah Abdul Rashid, Angela Lee



The Archaeological Landscape In A Sustainable Development Of Cultural Tourism In Istria County

Nataša Urošević, Kristina Afrić Rakitovac, Nikola Vojnović



"Authentic Towns of Argentina": a territorial development Program to rescue heritage and empower communities through cultural tourism.

Carmen Maria Ramos

Parallel 2B: Tourism contributing to heritage conservation
Location: Kleine Aula
Chair: Adriana E. Estrada-Gonzalez
 

“Mineira” Gastronomy: An Analysis Of The Valorization The “Ouro Preto” Culinary By The Public Power

Hayla Almeida Fortes, Alissandra Nazareth de Carvalho



Cachoeira da Toca (Toca's Falls) in Ilhabela/Brazil, 51 years experience in tourism and hospitality

Barbara Marie Van Sebroeck Martins, Vitoria Marie Van Sebroeck



Participatory tourism at the service of the rehabilitation and management of the cultural landscape

Safia Meklati, Kenza Boussora



Jewish Heritage Tourism in Morocco: memories and visions

Houssine Soussi



Fundidora Monterrey industrial archaeology site: historical and touristic heritage conservation

Adriana E. Estrada-Gonzalez

Parallel 2C: Sustainability of heritage tourism products
Location: Auditorium 01.03
Chair: Maria Alebaki
 

Modern and Contemporary Architecture, tourist route design and cultural itineraries in the Valencian

Alicia Llorca Ponce



The Process Of Sustainable Tourism Development And Constraints : The Case of İvriz Village, Turkey.

Aliye Menteş, Çiğdem Maner



Spatial distribution of Airbnb and potential implications for heritage visits in Belgian Art Cities

Wesley Gruijthuijsen



Learning for resilience: Stakeholders’ perceptions of training needs in wine tourism

Maria Alebaki, Angelos Liontakis, Alex Koutsouris

5:15pm
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5:30pm
Q&A Parallel 2A
Q&A Parallel 2B
Q&A Parallel 2C
Date: Wednesday, 10/Apr/2019
8:00am
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2:00pm
Registration
Location: Coffee Break Room
9:00am
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10:15am
Parallel 3A: Heritage conservation contributing to tourism
Location: Grote Aula
Chair: Hacer Başarır
 

The Development of Cultural Routes. The Case of Greece

Elissavet Kosta



Out of Many, One People: A History of Treasure Beach

Chloe Helen Bent



Local and Interregional Challenges of Cultural Routes: Case of Maghreb Road of Thermal Towns

Imene Rahmaoui, Nabila Cherif



Cultural Heritage of Majuli Island, its Significance and Contribution towards Global Tourism

Sanjukta das



Conserving Modern Cypriot Heritage: Case of Famagusta through tourism-related architecture pre-1974

Hacer Başarır, Aysu Arsoy

Parallel 3B: Tourism contributing to heritage conservation
Location: Kleine Aula
Chair: Lana Kudumovic
 

Sustainable Tourism Contributing to Architectural Heritage Conservation: Nymfeo and Kalopanayiotis

Aliye Menteş



Rehabilitation of Qanat Irrigated Agricultural Heritage System in Iran: the Case of Qasr-e Qand

Narjes Zivdar



Challenges to Conservation of Iranian Historical Monuments for Tourism Development

Fatemeh Bagheri, Mehdi Karoubi



indigenous Tourism as an Approach for Historic Villages' conservation: Uraman historic Village, Iran

laleh ramezani, mahdiar nezam, Somayeh Fadaei Nezhad, Pirouz Hanachi



Tourism development in Bosnia and Herzegovina in the frame of the Cultural landscape preservation

Lana Kudumovic

Parallel 3C: Sustainability of heritage tourism products
Location: Auditorium 01.03
Chair: Arie Stoffelen
 

Cultural vitality: definitions, relationship with tourism and policy implications in European cities

Valentina Montalto



Sustainability of trans-boundary shared heritage tourism product

Tomasz Duda



Identification of Tourism Heritage Products and its Sustainability: Case study of Mapungubwe World H

Lombuso Precious Shabalala



Ambivalence of Sustaining Cultural Heritage Through Architecture of Maasai Cultural Villages

Godfrey Ayubu, Koenraad Van Cleempoel, Wilbard Kombe, Bart Jassens



Cross-border governance for facilitating synergy between tourism and natural heritage

Arie Stoffelen, Jasper Heslinga

10:15am
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10:30am
Q&A Parallel 3A
Q&A Parallel 3B
Q&A Parallel 3C
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Coffee Break Room
PS-2: Poster session 2
Location: Coffee Break Room
 

Adaptive Reuse Potentials Of Industrial Heritage Buildings In Terms Of Tourism In Rural Context

Elnaz Farjami



Dealing with tourism hypertrophy in tourist-historic city: Krakow case

Joanna Kowalczyk-Anioł



Branding World Heritage Sites: Case of Egypt

Mohamed Abdalla Elsayed Hassan



Safeguarding the intangible - the case of the Carnaval of Binche

Fanny Darja, Emma Wyndaele, Euna Kim, Arezoo Khazanbeik



Authenticity and Protection of Cultural Value - A Case Study of Yuyuan Garden Restoration and Recons

Chen Gao

 
11:00am
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12:15pm
Parallel 4A: Heritage conservation contributing to tourism
Location: Grote Aula
Chair: Dimitri Ioannides
 

Hyper-tourismification in Old-Québec

Maria Gravari, Linda Boukhris, Sandra Guinand



Industrial Heritage and Modernity: Maria Zélia Village (Brazil) and Saltaire Village (England)

Camila Dias, Sidnei Raimundo



Railway Heritage As A Cultural Tourism Resource: Proposals For Cyprus Government Railways

Kağan Günçe, Damla Mısırlısoy



Negotiating the heritage narrative: Poldark and the Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape WHS

Bailey Ashton Adie



Ill-conceived Policy and the Threats to A World Heritage Site at the Top of the World

Dimitri Ioannides

Parallel 4B: Tourism contributing to heritage conservation
Location: Kleine Aula
Chair: Silvia De Ascaniis
 

Monuments, Festivals and the Greek City: a constructive dialogue with tourism

Amalia Kotsaki, Loukia Martha



Tourism impact on conservation in Fars province (Iran) regarding the role of world heritage sites

Sahar Ahmadinezhad



Cultural heritage as a means of reconciliation ? post-conflict memory tourism: the case of Sarajevo

Cyril Martin Colonna



The role of cultural route Oscypek Trail in the protection of Polish and European cultural heritage

Natalie Marie-Anne Moreno-Kamińska



The presence of Swiss and Italian World Heritage Sites on Facebook

Silvia De Ascaniis, Fiammetta Battino, Lorenzo Cantoni

Parallel 4C: Valorization of heritage through learning
Location: Auditorium 01.03
Chair: Lia Bassa
 

Educational Value of Tourism to Sites of Cultural Heritage: From Diocletian's Palace to Henry Hudson

Sharr Prohaska, Petra Mandac



When the hippies stayed: app-based oral history audio walks and place literacy in heritage settings

Jeanti St Clair



Museum Plantin-Moretus. "Personae" as theoretical approach to redesign learning and experiences

Iris Kockelbergh



New technologies and their role in the creation of Innovative Museological Narratives

Byron Andrés Alvarado Vanegas, Silvia Aulet Serrallonga



Valuable modern tourism or how can we enjoy and remember our journey

Lia Bassa, Ferenc Kiss

12:15pm
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12:30pm
Q&A Parallel 4A
Q&A Parallel 4B
Q&A Parallel 4C
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Jubilee Hall
2:00pm
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3:15pm
Parallel 5A: UNESCO WH recognition: legitimation of heritage tourism
Location: Grote Aula
Chair: Pascale Marcotte
 

Where is the Universal Value?

Neus Crous-Costa, Byron Alvarado



Úbeda and Baeza from the perspective of cultural tourism fifteen years after its declaration UNESCO

María Hervás-Molina, Mar Loren-Méndez



Value of Heritage for Tourism, an Ambiguous Phenomenon: Cases Studies of Seychelles World Heritage

Madina Regnault



World Heritage Conservation and Sustainable Tourism

April Hueimin Lu



To use or not World Heritage UNESCO label to attract tourists

Pascale Marcotte, Laurent Bourdeau

Parallel 5B: Tourism contributing to heritage conservation & development
Location: Kleine Aula
Chair: Odete Paiva
 

Protection and revival in the northern part of Nanxun Ancient Town

Jianqing Song, Mei Xu



Sites without tourists: The role of archaeological projects as agents of sustainable development

Ebru Torun, Sebastian Rey, Fatma Husein, Jeroen Poblome, Pieter Van den Broeck



Tourism, Urban Renewal And The Valongo Wharf Archaeological Site (Rio De Janeiro)

Ana Maria Vieira Fernandes



The Place as a Personal Touristic Experience

Odete Paiva, Claudia Seabra, José Luís Abrantes, Fernanda Cravidão

Parallel 5C: Heritage contributing to meanings, memories, sense of place
Location: Auditorium 01.03
Chair: Paul Stephen Charles Tacon
 

World Heritage Sites and religious heritage: meaningful experiences?

Silvia Aulet, Neus Crous, Dolors Vidal



'Moment to be One', a Sense of Place in the UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea

Chungsun Lee



Heritage Value Iteration in the Process of Timing

Yezheng Tang



Literary Tourism and the Industrial Heritage of Manchester, England

Jamie Scott



Rock art sites as heritage destinations that connect people, places and cultures

Paul Stephen Charles Tacon, Fiona Michele McKeague

3:15pm
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3:30pm
Q&A Parallel 5A
Q&A Parallel 5B
Q&A Parallel 5C
4:00pm
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7:00pm
Unitwin business meeting
Location: Faculty Club
7:00pm Conference dinner
Location: Faculty Club
Date: Thursday, 11/Apr/2019
8:00am
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2:00pm
Registration
Location: Coffee Break Room
9:00am
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10:15am
Parallel 6A: Heritage labels and tourism development
Location: Grote Aula
Chair: Anna Trono
 

“The question of authenticity in Sámi tourism: the role(s) of labels”

Cecilia de Bernardi



GI as a label for the development of local wine clusters and wine tourism in Japan

Toru Kodama



Heritage Contributing To Mice-Tourism And The Meeting Experience

Bruno Paternoster, Vincent Nijs, Evelyne Bardyn



Cultural heritage and the QNeSTbrand for sustainable tourism of Adriatic and Ionianregions

Anna Trono, Cinzia Intini

Parallel 6B: Valorization of heritage for identity, empathy, citizenship
Location: Kleine Aula
Chair: Fiorella Dallari
 

Moment’s in Time: Heritage as an Identity of Meaning, Memory and Place

Ryan Pillay, Jessica Leigh Thornton



Rock art tourism in Australia: Implications for Indigenous well-being

Fiona Michele McKeague, Paul S.C. Tacon



The cultural heritage of the Amazonian indigenous peoples against tourism: relationships in tension

Martha Lucía Vélez



Cultural Heritage In Post-Conflict Destinations. The Case Of Montes De Maria, Colombia.

Monica Guasca, Dominique Vanneste, Anne Marie Van Broeck



Promoting Heritage to build citizenship and sustainable development. Bologna (Italy) and Saint Louis

Fiorella Dallari, Alessia Mariotti, Elisa Magnani, Abdoul Sow

Parallel 6C: Heritage contributing to meanings, memories, sense of place
Location: Auditorium 01.03
Chair: Dominique Vanneste
 

Social uses of tourism spaces as intangible heritage. The values of tourism tradition in Riccione.

Alessia Mariotti, Davide Bagnaresi, Patrizia Battilani



When time changes heritage

David Fisher, Emma J Stewart



An Interpretation on the Space Image of Cultural Landscape of Honghe Hani Rice Terraces

Chen Chen, Jingyi He



‘Slow’ heritage for ‘slow’ tourism: why and how capitalizing on its value?

Dominique Vanneste, Michelle Bogers

10:15am
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10:30am
Q&A Parallel 6A
Q&A Parallel 6B
Q&A Parallel 6C
10:30am
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11:00am
Coffee break
Location: Coffee Break Room
PS-3: Poster session 3
Location: Coffee Break Room
 

Valorization of the Central Axis of Beijing for Innovative Cross-cultural Learning

Jinze Cui



Pilgrimage And Ethnic Identity In Byzantine Period Reflexions And Analysis Hagia Sophia’s Mosaics

Caroline Pereira Martins, Silvana do Rocio de Souza, Marcos Roberto Pisarski Junior



The aestheticization of public spaces and the social role of museological institutions

Karla Estelita Godoy, Sarah Borges Luna, Helio Henrique Waizbort



Value Of Cultural And Natural Heritage Of The Cold Desert Of Himachal For Tourism

Vikram Bhardwaj, Usha Sharma



Culinary tourism for a better Chihuahua

Rhonda Lynn Wooten



Museum of the Tourist: An(other) perspective of European Heritage

Desmond Wee



Still Life Chinatown: Anticipated Gentrification Trend in Old District of Bangkok

Nipaporn Huabcharoen, Nethchanok Riddhagni, Donald Ellsmore

 
11:00am
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12:15pm
Parallel 7A: Good management practices at touristic heritage sites
Location: Grote Aula
Chair: Jan van der Borg
 

Tourist Use Regulation In Overcrowed Historical Centres In Spain. In Search Of Good Practices

Sofía Mendoza de Miguel, María García-Hernández, Manuel De la Calle-Vaquero



A multi-stakeholder examination of destination image: Nanluoguxiang heritage street, Beijing, China

Ming Ming Su, Geoffrey Wall, Zhong Ma



A value based framework for prioritizing architectural heritage decision making on conservation for

Faraneh Sahraiyanjahromi, Özlem Olgaç Türker



Process orientation of the world heritage cities management system

Jan van der Borg, Lidija Petric, Marko Hell

Parallel 7B: Valorization of heritage for identity, empathy, citizenship
Location: Kleine Aula
Chair: Silvia Aulet
 

Redefining Sparta’s sense of identity through the Archaeological Site of the Amyklaion

Stavros Vlizos



Learning from disabled people about qualities and obstacles in historic cities. The case of Liège

Negin Eisazadeh, Ann Heylighen, Claudine Houbart



The Wine Of Grape Of Catas Altas, Basil: Cultural Heritage, Local And Regional Belonging

Silvia da Cunha Braga, Alissandra Nazareth de Carvalho



Recognition Of Brick History: Towards A Qualitative Re-Use Of Industrial Relicts In The Ruple Region

Daphne Roels



Accessibility to cultural offer, a proposal of Cultural Tourism for All in Girona’s region

Silvia Aulet, Lluis Mundet, Dolors Vidal

Parallel 7C: Heritage contributing to meanings, memories, sense of place
Location: Auditorium 01.03
Chair: Thérèse Steenberghen
 

Heritage conservation and development in Tianjin’s former concessions

Maria Gravari, Sandra Guinand, Lu Yue



Protecting intangible cultural heritage: Community participation and the female script in China

Wenbin Luo, Yulian Lu, Bei Meng, Dallen. J Timothy, Hong He



Good tourism development practices at touristic heritage sites: The case of al-Darb el Ahmar, Egypt

Moustafa Mekawy



Heritage Value Iteration in Process of Timing,taking the case of “Tree Protection Movement”as exampl

Yezheng Tang



Urban Exploration: a hidden tourism?

Shauny Logist, Thérèse Steenberghen, Anne-Marie Van Broeck

12:15pm
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12:30pm
Q&A Parallel 7A
Q&A Parallel 7B
Q&A Parallel 7C
12:30pm
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2:00pm
Lunch
Location: Jubilee Hall
2:00pm
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2:30pm
Closing Keynote: Multiplicity of heritage: opening up the narratives to voices at the margin
Location: Grote Aula
Prof. Antonio Paolo Russo, Universitat Rovita I Virgili, Tarragona
2:30pm
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3:30pm
Closing Round table: some reflections on critical issues for the future
Location: Grote Aula
with Prof. Anya Diekmann (University ULB), Prof. Maria Gravari-Barbas (Université Paris1 & UNESCO-UNITWIN ‘Culture, Tourism, Development’ Network), Prof. Marc Jacobs (University VUB & FARO), Mrs. Karolien Hellemans (Tourism Leuven), moderator Prof. Dominique Vanneste (KU Leuven)
3:30pm
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3:45pm
Best poster award
Location: Grote Aula
3:45pm
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4:30pm
Rounding up goodbye
Location: Grote Aula

 
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