Articles, Books & Chapters


  • Bhandari, K. (2023) Fatalism and leisure in Nepal, Leisure Studies, DOI: 10.1080/02614367.2023.2168031
  • Boluk, K.A., Canosa, A. & Carnicelli, S. (2023) Beyond marginalisation: cultivating care by leaning into the voices of young advocates, Tourism Recreation Research,
  • Calver, J., Dashper, K., Finkel, R., Fletcher, T., Lamond, I. R., May, E., Ormerod, N., Platt, L. & Sharp, B. (2023) The (in)visibility of equality, diversity, and inclusion research in events management journals, Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure & Events,
  • Duignan, M., Carlini, J., & McGillivray, D. (2023)  Parasitic events and host destination resource dependence: Evidence from the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, Journal of Destination Marketing & Management, DOI:
  • Koenigstorfer, J., Yang, Y., Bocarro, J.N., Brittain, I., Lundberg, E., McGillivray, D., Misener, L., Chalip, L., Duignan, M.B., (2023) The state of play between managing major sport events and human rights: a scoping review, Event Management, DOI: 
  • McGillivray, D., Walters, T. & Guillard, S. (2023) Place-based community events and resistance to territorial stigmatisation, International Journal of Event & Festival Management, DOI:
  • McGillivray, D., Guillard, S., Ross, G., McCaughey, P. (2023) Participatory design practice, event (s) and the activation of public space, Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban Sustainability,
  • Nematpour, M., Khodadadi, M., Makian, S., & Ghaffari, M. (2023). Future scenarios for improving Iran’s overall destination image and attractiveness: A supply-side perspective. Futures & Foresight Science, 5, e143.
  • Pezeshki, F, Khodadadi, M. & Bagheri, M. (2023). Investigating community support for sustainable tourism development in small heritage sites in Iran: A grounded theory approach, International Journal of Heritage Studies:
  • Webb, A. & Layton, J. (2023) ‘It’s not just about technology!’: Creativity as a driving force for nurturing the development of skills for digital performance, International Journal of Performance Arts and Digital Media, DOI: 10.1080/14794713.2023.2223719  


  • Guillard, S. & McGillivray, D. (2022) Eventful policies, public spaces and neoliberal citizenship: Lessons from Glasgow, Cities, vol. 130,
  • McGillivray, D., Guillard, S. & McPherson, G. (2022) The Contested Role of Events in Public Squares; The Case of George Square, Glasgow in Smith, A; Osborn, G and Quinn, B (2022) (Eds.) Festivals and the City: The Contested Geographies of Urban Events, University of Westminster Press, London
  • Bhandari, K., (2022) Tourism and Commercial Nationalism, Annals of Tourism Research, vol. 95
  • Hell, N., & McPherson, G. (2022) Public Value Outcomes of Festivals: Well-being and Economic Perspectives in Smith, A; Osborn, G and Quinn, B (2022) (Eds.) Festivals and the City: The Contested Geographies of Urban Event, University of Westminster Press, London
  • Ryan, A., & McPherson, G. (2022) Legacies of Failure to Win the City of Culture: Liminality, Civicism and Change, Journal of City, Culture and Society (forthcoming)
  • Ilvebare, S. & McPherson, G. (2022) Understanding COVID-19: A Hybrid Threat and Its Impact on Sport Mega-Events. A Focus on Japan and the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, Frontiers Journal of Sport and Active Living
  • McPherson, G. & Ilbevare, S. (2021) Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, nationalism, identity and soft power in Jackson, D.; Bernstein, A.; Butterworth, M.; Cho, Y.; Coombs, D.A.; Devlin, M. & Onwumechili, C. (2021) Olympic and Paralympic Analysis 2020: Mega events, media, and the politics of sport. Early reflections from leading academics. The Centre for Sports Communication & Media, The University of Texas, Austin
  • McGillivray, D., Colombo, A., & Villanueva X. (2022) Tensions and disputes over public space in festival cities: insights from Barcelona and Edinburgh, Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, DOI: 10.1080/19407963.2022.2032109
  • El Azzaoui, I., Carnicelli, S., Khodadadi, S. (2022) Tourism Development in Algeria and the Horizon 2025 Plan, Tourism Cases.
  • Dominik, M., Nzweundji, J G., Ahmed, N., Carnicelli, S., Mat Jalaluddin, N. S., Fernandez Rivas, D., Narita, V., Enany., S & Rios Rojas, C (2022) ‘ Open Science – for whom?’, Data Science Journal, 21(1), 1-8.
  • Carnicelli, S., Boluk, K. (2021) A Theory of Care to Socialise Tourism. In Higgins-Desbiolles et al (eds) Socialising Tourism: Rethinking Tourism for Social and Ecological Justice. Routledge, pp.58-71





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