Dr. John S. Hull
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John is an Associate Professor in the Tourism Management Programme. In 1998, John completed his Ph D. in tourism geography at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. His present research addresses many aspects of sustainable tourism in peripheral regions with a specific focus on strategic planning and management as well as community-based tourism development. Additional research interests include: health and wellness tourism, creative tourism, polar tourism, culinary tourism, cruise tourism, and nature-based tourism.
John has worked on tourism projects in North America, Europe, the Middle East, South America, Africa, and Asia. Past clients include the UNWTO, UNCBD, UNEP, UNESCO, World Bank, Nordic Council, European Tourism Research Institute, Commission on Environmental Cooperation, Canadian Tourism Commission, Tourism Atlantic, and Parks Canada.
John has worked as a visiting professor at the University of Trento, Italy, the University of Applied Sciences, Wernigerode, Germany, MCI Innsbruck, Austria, and at the Icelandic Tourism Research Centre, Akureyri, Iceland. He is also a member of the New Zealand Tourism Research Institute (NZTRI), New Zealand.
Spa and wellness tourism
Tourism policy and planning
Ph.D. McGill University
M.L.A./M.U.P. University of Michigan
B.A. Williams College
Hull, J.S. (2012) Planning for tourism. In P. Robinson (ed) Tourism: the key concepts. Pp. 156-158. Routledge: New York.
Hull, J. and Sassenburg, U. (2012) Creating new cultural visitor experiences on islands: comparative case studies from Canada and Croatia. Journal of Tourism Consumption and Place Vol. 4. (1) pp. 91-110.
Hull, J. and Losekoot, E. (2012). Customer orientation of cruise destinations in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada: exploring key issues for ports and the cruise lines. Tourism Journal. Volume 60 (1) pp. 71-90.
Hull, J. and Gross, S. (2011) Promoting culinary tourism in the Harz Region of Germany. ICCAS Conference Proceedings, April 15, 2011. University of Bournemouth: Bournemouth, UK.
Hull, John S. (2011). Sub-arctic Tourism Introduction. In P. Maher, E. Stewart, and M. Lueck (eds) Polar Tourism. Pp. 187-205. Cognizant Publications: Elmsford, New York.
Hull, J. S. and Huijbens, E. (2011). Tourism innovation through collaboration and use of technology: a case study from Northeast Iceland. In D. Dredge and J. Jenkins (eds) Stories of Practice: Tourism Planning and Policy. Pp. 227-249. Ashgate: Vermont, USA.
Hull, J., Luck, M. and Huijbens, E.. (2011). Cultural heritage and tourism in Northeast Iceland: identifying a process for international cooperation through innovation. In Christian Eilzer, Wolfgang Georg Arlt, and Bernd Eisenstein (eds) Global Experiences in Tourism, Proceedings of the International Competence Network of Tourism Management (ICNT). Pp. 9-33. Martin Meidenbauer: Munich, Germany.
Hull, John S. (2010). Promoting geotourism: a case study from Northeast Iceland. In D. Newsome & R. Dowling (eds) Geotourism. Pp. 61-76. Goodfellow Publishing: Oxford, UK.
Hull, J. S. and Milne, S. (2010). Port readiness planning in the North Atlantic In P. Maher, E. Stewart, M. Luck (eds). Cruise Tourism in Polar Regions. Pp. 181-204. Elsevier Publications: Oxon, UK.
Hull, J.S. and Huijbens, E. (2009). Coping with change in the North: the challenge for sustainable tourism development in the Arctic. In A. Villumsen (ed) (pp. 14-23) Tourist cottages and climate change. Sisimiut, Greenland: Artek and DTU.
Wallin, M., Collins, B. and Hull, J.S. (2013) It's not just about the film: festivals, sustainability, and small cities. In T. Pernecky and M. Lueck (eds) Events, society and sustainability: critical and contemporary approaches. (pp. 229-243) Routledge: Oxon, UK.
Buffa, F. & Hull, J.S. (2012) Exploring the role of destination management organisations in alpine regions advances in destination marketing. 1st Biannual Forum: Advances in Destination Management. University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. June 6-8th, 2012. (referred)
Li, T. & Hull, J.S. (2012). Analysing the effectiveness of the CTCs Signature Experience Collection: perspectives of Canadian ADS tour operators. 2012 Shanghai International Conference on Social Science. Shanghai, China. August 14-17, 2012.
Mich, L. & Hull, J.S. (2012) Good practices for web presence strategies in tourism destinations. ENTER IFITT Helsingsborg, Sweden. January 24th-27th, 2012.
Mich, L. & Hull, J.S. (2012) Good practices for web presence strategies in tourism destinations. E-Review of Tourism Research. Volume 10. Issue 3. Pp. 36-40.
Singh, E., Milne, S. & Hull, J.S. (2012) Use of mixed-methods case study to research sustainable tourism development in South Pacific SIDs. In K. Hyde, C. Ryan, and A. Woodside (eds) Field Gude to Case Study Research in Tourism, Hospitality and Leisure. Advances in Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research. Volume 6 (pp. 457-478) Emerald: Bingley, UK.
Jodice, L., Hull, J. and Sirima, A. (2010). Marine farming and tourism. Aquaculture New Zealand. June 2010. Volume 2. Number 2. Pp. 4-7.
John S. Hull Associates, Inc. Canada, 2008 to 2013
Senior Lecturer, AUT University/Associate Director, New Zealand Tourism Research Institute (NZTRI), New Zealand, 2007 to 2010
Intervale Associates, Inc. Canada, 2002 to 2007
TMGT 2090 Health and Wellness Tourism
TMGT 2080 Culinary Tourism
TMGT 3020 Tourism Policy and Planning
TMGT 4020 Graduating Seminar
TMGT 4030 Introduction to Resort Management
TMGT 4040 Tourism and Sustainable Development
CONV 2170 Fundraising for Non-Profits
Other courses: Global Tourism, Tourism and Community Development, Tourism and Protected Areas, Indigenous Tourism, Tourism and Cultural Heritage, Tourism Planning and Development, Tourism Management, Tourism Research, Tourism and International Business
Visiting Professor, Buskerud and Vestfold University College, Kongsberg, Norway
Visiting Professor, University of Applied Sciences, Wernigerode, Germany
Visiting Professor, MCI, Innsbruck, Austria
Member, New Zealand Tourism Research Institute, NZTRI
Visiting Professor, Icelandic Tourism Research Centre, Iceland
Visiting Professor, eTourism Research Group, University of Trento, Italy