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Heritage Tourism and Hospitality, 3rd International Conference | HTHIC2017

Narrative for a World in Transition
Pori | Finland | 27-29 September 2017

 

Speakers

Keynote Speakers

Anna Sivula | University of Turku | Finland
Suomi Finand 100 Keynote
The histority of cultural heritage – remnants, documents, monuments and the power of narrative

Markku Wilenius | UNESCO Chair in Learning Society and Futures | Finland Future Studies Center | University of Turku | Finland
Becoming the Capital of the World´s most beautiful Archipelago – Thinking in Futures, Systems and Scenario’s  

Lorenzo Cantoni | UNESCO Chair in ICT to Develop and Promote Sustainable Tourism in World Heritage Sites | Università della Svizzera italiana | Switzerland
eLearning for Heritage, Tourism, and Hospitality: An Outline and some Experiences

Allan Brodie | Historic England | United Kingdom
Resort development – A typology

Speakers

Laura Aalto | Visit Helsinki | Finland
Helsinki branding and storytelling with the locals

Diederik Six | Six Architects | ICOMOS Netherlands
Land of water

Erik Rosenlew | Svenska Kulturfonden i Björneborg (SKiB) | Finland and
Leila Stenroos | Municipality of Pori | Rosenlew Museum | Finland
The Rosenlew Museum

Telle Tuominen| Turku University of Applied Sciences | Finland
Using storytelling and mobile apps when converting coastal defense heritage into valuable tourist experiences 

Mara de Groot | Centre for Global Heritage and Development | Netherlands
HERICOAST Roundtable: management of heritage in coastal landscapes 

Ronan Le Baccon | Région Brétagne | France
The “10 Touristic Destinations”of Brittany: a case study of creative public policies mingling heritage and tourism
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Maritime cultural heritage of Brittany: how to enhance a part of its DNA in a shared project of development

Ilkka Tarvainen | Municipality of Ulvila | Finland
Metal Arts Weeks and a jewel competition as a representation of the cultural heritage of a lace. An ‘education’ approach

Katriina Siivonen | Finland Futures Research Center | University of Turku | Finland 
Workshop: Curating the compexity: The Futures Museum

Johanna Aalto | Euran kunta / Municipality of Eura | Finland 
Building a cultural heritage based brand through participatory action

Peter Tomaž Dobrila| KIBLA | Slovenia
ViMM: Virtual Multimodel Museums – Developing EU policy on digital cultural heritage

Juho Hamari | Gamification Group| FinlandGamification for audience and stakeholder engagement

Peter Symons
Gamification of tourism: what’s possible?

Arja Laulainen andMari Kaunistola | City Council Pori | Finland
Welcome to Pori

Terhi Hook | Finpro Oy – Visit Finland | Finland
Heritage in Visit Finland’s Strategy

James Simpson | City of Parainen/Pargas | St Olav Waterway
St Olav Waterway – A pilgrims path connecting three counties through a common Nordic heritage

Marwan Basmaji | Basmaji and Bielinska Architects BBA | Lebanese American University | Lebanon
Representing Bahrain’s pearl heritage: Architectural space and exhibition design as storytellers

Sanna-Mari Renfors
| SAMK – Satakunta University of Applied Sciences | Finland
Natural heritage in tourism product development: Case of the Finnish Archipelago 

Jaana Ruoho | SAMK Satakunta University of Applied Sciences | Finland 
Green empowerment – Growth from a new Form of Bature-based Tourism: Case Satakunta Region, Finland

Terttu Hermanson and Pasi Talvitie | Pohjois-Satakunnan Kehittämiskeskus Oy | Finland
Branding an aspiring Geopark Area to Celebrate its geological, natural and cultural Heritage

Nina Luostarinen and Minna Hautio | Humak University of Applied Sciences | Finland
When stories come alive – developing visitor experience on historical sites 

Peter Ahlström | A. Ahlström Kiinteistöt Oy | Noormarkku Works | Finland
Interviewed by Maarit Grahn

Maarit Grahn | Noormarkku Works | Finland
Host Special Session on Location

Presenters of Research Papers and Work-in-Progress

Maarit Grahn
Time travels and memory Sites. Cultural heritage of a family enterprise as business resource

Sanghamitra Basu
Mapping and narrating heritage: retracing a forgotten route to link multi-layered history of a region and use of an indigenous storytelling technique for presentation 

Anni Ruohomäki
Tracing back the old smuggling routes in the Oura Archipelago – A case study on how to make local history visitable

Kaisa Aro, Kati Suomi and Saila Saraniemi 
Antecedents and Consequences of Destination Brand Love – Case Ylläs  

Emanuela Conti, Tonino Pencarelli and Massimiliano Vesci
Museum Visitors’ Profiling in the Experiential Perspective, Value Co-creation and Implications for Museums and Destinations: an Exploratory Study from Italy  

Silvia De Ascaniis, Caterina Della Monica and Lorenzo Cantoni
A Social Media Campaign to Raise Awareness About Violent Heritage Destruction. The Case of #faces4heritage 

Maria Della Lucia, Mariapina Trunfio and Frank M. Go 
Hybridizing Cultural Heritage with Creativity: an Emerging Narrative in Italy 

Caterina Della Monica, Silvia De Ascaniis, Stefano Tardini, Maria Garbelli and Lorenzo Cantoni 
A Facebook campaign about heritage and tourism: Its results and how to measure them 

Darko Dimitrovski, Arja Lemmetyinen and Lenita Nieminen 
How could a social network analysis boost an evolutionary ecosystem in cultural heritage tourism? 

Ulla Hakala and Paula Sjöblom 
The importance of the place name to a place’s heritage 

Pirita Ihamäki and Katriina Heljakka 
A framework for playing with heritage: Exploring the gamified playground of a Finnish skiresort 

Anna Irimiás, Maria Della Lucia and Mariangela Franch 
Linkages between film commissions and production companies: Towards a win-win local development strategy 

Salla Jutila, Petra Paloniemi and Maria Hakkarainen 
Life in Lapland – Shareable local experiences 

Sari Karttunen and Mervi Luonila 
Festivals in Finnish cultural policies: Cure-All or false hope?  

Henna Konu, Liisa Tyrväinen and Seija Tuulentie 
Nature-based tourism in cultural environments or cultural tourism in natural environment – Developing nature tourism with cultural perspective

Arja Lemmetyinen, Lenita Nieminen, Tanja Lepistö and Kati Suomi 
Brand ecosystem narratives in cultural heritage and tourism networks

Anu Lähteenmäki-Uutela 
Psychophysiological methods for measuring tourism experiences by the sea: Case Bothnian Sea

Petra Paloniemi and Ulla Kangasniemi 
Cultural heritage and storytelling in tourism experience design studies. Case Elves Hideaway, Lapland

Laura Puolamäki 
Sustainability, heritage and tourism in the three historic towns

Kerry Ross and Gianluca Ranzi
Sydney Opera House: Conservation informed by stories

Annmarie Ryan, Catherine Morel, Mervi Luonila and Jaana Tähtinen 
Narrating city futures: On the formation of sponsorship networks and their role in realising the tourism benefits of hosting cultural mega-events

Juulia Räikkönen and Katriina Siivonen 
Combining ecological, economic and cultural sustainability in the development of science tourism on the Seili Island

Deepika Ghosh Saxena 
The importance of everydayness: A sustainable and inclusive approach to heritage

Kristina Svels 
Heritage, tourism and stakeholder engagement. Do we need more World Heritage Sites without local consent?

Pranom Tansukanun

A Sense of Place: An Existence of the Local Neighbourhoods in a Heritage City of Chiang Mai, Thailand 

Marco Valeri
The model of “Albergo Diffuso”: a sustainable hospitality business in Italy

Anne-Mari Ventelä, Lotta Holllmén and Teija Kirkkala
Are there linkages between ‘Sense of Place’ attitudes of the lake users and water quality? – An example case of Lake Pyhäjärvi

Rapporteurs

Jaana Tähtinen | University of Turku | Finland
Stephen E. Little | Asia Pacific Technology Network | United Kingdom

Student-rapporteurs:
Laura Day | Western Sydney University | Australia
Eetu Ollikainen, Laura Ukkola, Nina Hautamäki, Anette Peltola, Nadine Svirodova | Lapland University of Applied Sciences | Finland