|Associate Professor Erica Wilson|
BAdmin(Hons)(JCU), GradDip(EnvStud)(Adel), PhD(Griff)
|Current Appointment:||Associate Professor|
|Organisational Unit:||School of Business and Tourism - Lismore|
|Telephone:||02 6620 3151|
|Facsimile:||02 6622 2208|
Associate Professor Erica Wilson is Deputy Head and Director of Teaching and Learning in the School of Business and Tourism, and is based at the Lismore campus.
Born in Seattle, Erica has called Australia home for over three decades. Her doctoral thesis (Griffith University) was an interpretive, qualitative exploration into the constraints faced by Australian solo women travellers. Erica also holds a postgraduate diploma in environmental studies (Adelaide University), and a first-class honours degree in tourism administration (James Cook University).
Erica has published over 70 scholarly outputs, and currently sits on the Editorial Advisory Boards for Hospitality and Society, Journal of Tourism and Development (Portugal), and the Annals of Leisure Research (where she was also Associate Editor and Book Reviews Editor from 2008-2015). Erica is a longstanding member of the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Technical and Scientific and Advisory Committee (2006-current).
As part of a team, Erica was awarded an Office for Learning and Teaching Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in 2014 ('Education for Sustainability in the Undergraduate Business Curriculum'), and a Vice Chancellor's Citation in 2012.
• critical pedagogy and theory in tourism
• gender and tourism
• leisure constraints and negotiation
• sustainable tourism in protected and World Heritage areas
• qualitative/ feminist methodologies
Teaching Specialisations:•special interest tourism •sustainable tourism •honours coursework and research methods •postgraduate capstone unit
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