Donna Chambers is Professor of Tourism and the Head of the Faculty of Business, Law and Tourism Research Institute at the University of Sunderland, UK. Her research is interdisciplinary and focuses on the problematics associated with the representations of peoples and places in tourism; postcolonial/decolonial approaches to tourism; gender intersectionality within tourism contexts and critical approaches to research. She has published and presented on these topic areas in the UK and overseas. She is a Managing Editor of the journal, Leisure Studies, an Associate Editor of Annals of Tourism Research and is on the Editorial Board of the new journal Tourism Critiques: Practice and Theory.
|Volume 6||Moderator||2020-10-10||Women in Small Communities Tourism / / Covid-19 has exacerbated the multiple challenges faced by women in small tourism firms (STF). It is recognised that the tourism sector provides women with employment and entrepreneurial opportunities, both vita [more ...]|