Nancy Duxbury


Biography

Nancy Duxbury, PhD, is a Researcher and Co-coordinator of the Cities, Cultures and Architecture Research Group (CCArq); a Co-coordinator of the CES Summer and Winter Schools; and a member of the European Expert Network on Culture. She holds a PhD in Communication from Simon Fraser University, Canada, specializing in cultural development and policy in regards to book publishing. Her current research focuses on culture and local sustainability, culture-based development in small cities and rural areas, cultural mapping, and cultural planning. She is the Principal Investigator of a major research project on creative tourism, "CREATOUR: Creative Tourism Destination Development in Small Cities and Rural Areas" (2016-2020); and lead of the CES team contributing to the H2020 project "UNCHARTED: Understanding, Capturing and Fostering the Societal Value of Culture" (2020-2024). She is also a member of the H2020 project "URBiNAT" and lead consultant to the project "CREATOUR AZORES." She was the European Expert for the South Africa-EU Strategic Partnership project "Cultural Mapping, Planning and Impact Assessment for Sustainable and Just Urban Development" (EuropeAid/137708/DH/SER/ZA). She is part of the Organizing Committee for the Training Series "Publish-do-not-Perish: Survive the Stampede" at CES. She is an Adjunct Professor of Simon Fraser University and Thompson Rivers University, Canada.


Latest Publications

Article in Scientific journal

Gôja, Ricardo; Santos, Vanessa; Duxbury, Nancy (2021), "Estado do conhecimento do turismo nas áreas não-metropolitanas de Portugal continental (2010-2020)", Revista Portuguesa de Estudos Regionais

Book Chapter

Duxbury, Nancy; Bakas, Fiona Eva (2021), Creative tourism: A humanistic paradigm in practice, in Della Lucia, M. and Giudici, E. (org.), Humanistic Management and Sustainable Tourism: Human, Social and Environmental Challenges. London: Routledge, 111-131

Book

Duxbury, Nancy (orgs.) (2021), Cultural Sustainability, Tourism, and Development: (Re)articulations in Tourism Contexts. London: Routledge

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