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Dr Hazel Andrews

Dr Hazel Andrews

Telephone: 0151 231 5237

Biography

Dr Hazel Andrews is Reader in Tourism, Culture & Society at Liverpool John Moores University. As a social anthropologist Hazel is interested in issues of identity, selfhood and the body principally in relation to tourism and travel. Hazel’s PhD thesis was the first full length ethnographic study of British charter tourists which involved periods of participant observation in the resorts of Palmanova and Magaluf on the Mediterranean island of Mallorca. Hazel has drawn on this fieldwork to publish journal articles and book chapters. She is the author/editor of 6 books including the monograph ‘The British on Holiday’ published by Channel View in 2011. More recently she edited a collection on the subject of Tourism & Violence (Ashgate, 2014) in which her own chapter included work based both on Mallorca and Menorca. Hazel regularly reviews articles for the numerous tourism journals, is a founding editor of the Journal Tourism Consumption and Practice (www.tourismconsumption.org), has organised international conferences and symposia and is chair of the Royal Anthropological Institute’s Tourism Committee.

Degrees

London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, PhD
London Metropolitan University, United Kingdom, MA International Tourism Policy

Academic appointments

Reader, LJMU, 2014 - present

Publications

Journal article

Lewis CJ, Roberts SJ, Andrews H. 2018. ‘Why am I putting myself through this?’ Women football coaches’ experiences of the Football Association's coach education process Sport, Education and Society, 23 :28-39 >DOI

Andrews HJ. 2017. Becoming Through Tourism: Imagination in Practice Suomen Antropologi, 42 :31-44

Andrews HJ. 2017. Touring the Regions (Dis) Uniting the Kingdom on Holiday Journeys, 18 :79-106 >DOI

Andrews HJ, Sayira T. 2016. Impacts of crises and communication media on place image: A case study of Chilas, Pakistan Journal of Destination Marketing and Management, 5 :351-360 >DOI

Roberts L, Andrews H. 2013. (Un)doing Tourism Anthropology: Some Critical Reflections and Orientations Journal of Tourism Challenges and Trends, 6 :13-38 >Link

Andrews HJ. 2011. Porkin Pig Goes to Magaluf Journal of Material Culture, 16 :151-170 >DOI

Andrews HJ. 2010. Researching Tourism Reflexive Practice and Gender Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice, 2

Andrews HJ. 2009. Tourism as a Moment of Being Suomen Antropologi, 34 :5-21

Andrews HJ. 2009. Tits Out for the Boys and No Back Chat: Gendered Space on Holiday Journal of Space & Culture, 12 :166-182 >DOI

Andrews HJ, Roberts L, Selwyn T. 2007. Hospitality & Eroticism International Journal of Culture, Hospitality & Tourism Research, 1 :247-262

Andrews HJ. 2005. Feeling at Home: Embodying Britishness in a Spanish Charter Tourist Resort Tourist Studies, 5 :247-266

Andrews HJ. 2002. A Theme Park for the Brits Behaving Badly The Times Higher Education Supplement, :22-22

Andrews HJ. 1999. We are what we eat In Focus, :4-5

Chapters

Andrews HJ. 2017. Mass Tourism in Mallorca: Examples from Calvia Harrison D, Sharpley R. Mass Tourism in a Small World :181-190 CABI 9781780648545

Lewis C, Roberts S, Andrews H. 2017. Women into coaching - are you sure? Kilvington D, Price J. Sport & Discrimination Routledge

Andrews HJ, Andrews H. 2012. Mapping My Way: Map-making and Analysis in Participant Observation Roberts L. Mapping Cultures: Place, Practice, Performance :216-236 Palgrave 978-0-230-30113-9

Andrews HJ, Roberts L. 2012. Introduction to book Liminal Landscapes Travel, Experience and Spaces In-between Andrews H, Roberts L. Liminal Landscapes Travel, Experience and Spaces In-between Routledge. London

Andrews HJ. 2010. Contours of a Nation: Being British in Mallorca Scott J, Selwyn T. Thinking Through Tourism 46 :27-50 Berg. Oxford 9781847885302

Andrews HJ. 2003. Encyclopedia of tourism Jafari J. Encyclopedia of tourism Taylor & Francis 9780415308908

Andrews HJ. 2000. In search of hospitality Lashley C, Morrison AJ. In search of hospitality

Andrews HJ. Why People go on Holiday Beuret K, Niblett M, Linnet S. Why Travel The Independent Transport Commission

Andrews HJ. Mass Tourism in Mallorca: Examples from Calvia Harrison D, Sharpley R. Mass Tourism in One World CABI

Andrews HJ. 'Afterword: Men's Touristic Practices: How Men Think They're Men and Know Their Place' Thurnell-Read T, Casey M. Men, Masculinities, Travel and Tourism Palgrave. Basingstoke 9781137341457

Andrews HJ, Andrews H. The Enchantment of Violence: Tales from the Balearics Andrews, H . Tourism & Violence Ashgate

Andrews HJ. Introduction to Tourism and Violence Andrews, H . Tourism & Violence Ashgate 978-1-4094-3641-6

Andrews HJ. Another Place or Just Another Space? Liminality and Crosby Beach Liminal Landscapes: Travel, Experience and Spaces In-between Routledge. London

Andrews HJ. Mapping My Way: Map-making and Analysis in Participant Observation Mapping Cultures: Place, Practice, Performance Palgrave. Basingstoke

Andrews HJ. Consuming Pleasures: Package Tourists in Mallorca Meethan K, Anderson A, Miles S. Tourism, Consumption and Represenetation :217-235 Cabi. Oxford

Book review

Andrews H. 2014. Great expectations: imagination and anticipation in tourism. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, 20 :400-401 >DOI >Link

Andrews HJ. 2011. Book Review for Herzfeld, M (2009) Evicted from Eternity. The Restructuring of Modern Rome Qualitative Research, 11 :764-765

Andrews HJ. 2009. The Shadow Side of Fieldwork Journal RAI, 15 :875-875

Andrews HJ. Reclaiming Travel Journal of Tourism History, >DOI >Link

Book

Andrews H. 2014. Tourism & Violence Andrews H. Ashgate. Farnham, Surrey UK 978-1-4094-3641-6

Andrews H, Leopold T. 2012. Events and the Social Sciences Routledge 9780415605601

Andrews H, Roberts L. 2012. Liminal Landscapes Andrews H. Routledge. London 9780415668842

Andrews H. 2011. The British on Holiday Charter Tourism, Identity and Consumption Channel View Books 9781845411824

Andrews HJ. 2009. Tourism and Leisure: Local Communities and Local Cultures in the UK. Caudwell J, Andrews H, Hackett A, Meadows M, Selby M. LSA 9781905369164

Engagement & Impact

Award:

British Federation of Women Graduates, British Federation of Women Graduates

Radcliffe Brown Memorial Fund for Social Anthropological Research, Radcliffe Brown Memorial Fund for Social Anthropological Research

Conference organisation:

ASA: Thinking Through Tourism, Scientific Committee Organiser and chair of panel Tourism and Landscapes of Identity & Selfhood Co-organiser and co-chair of panel Researching Tourism: Reflexive Practice and Gender

International Sociological Association, Co-organiser and Chair of panel Social Construction of the Tourist Experience

Royal Anthropological Institute Anthropology in the World, Organiser and Chair of Tourism Panel

IUAES 17th World Congress, Co-Organiser and Co-Chair Anthropology of Tourism, Embodiment and the Senses

Royal Anthropological Institute: Anthropology and Photography, Co-organiser and Co-Chair Tourism and Photography Panel

Tourism & Embodiment: The state of the art, Orgnaiser

Tourism Intersecting with Violence International Sociological Association Congress, Panel Convenor Book proposal being developed as a result

Liminal Landscapes, Organiser (academic content), http://www.tourismconsumption.org/

Conference presentation:

Mediating Magaluf, Seventh International Tourism and Media Conference, Lund University, Lund, Sweden, Oral presentation

Landscapes of Consumption: The Examples of Palmanova and Magaluf, Mallorca, 1st International Conference on 'Consumption and Representation': Consuming Markets, Consuming Meanings, Plymouth, UK, Oral presentation

Consuming Hospitality on Holiday, CHME, 10th International Research Conference, London, UK, Oral presentation

Tourism to Magaluf and Palamnova, Mallorca, 9th Mediterranean Ethnological Summer Symposium, Piran, Slovenia, Oral presentation

Caught in a Myth: Constructions of British Identity in Mallorca, Journeys of Expression IV: Tourism, Carnival and Folklore, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Oral presentation

Giving Habitus a Break: Charter Tourism and Nationalism, ISA, RC50 Extra in-between seminar, Wageningen, Netherlands, Oral presentation

Gendered Spaces of Tourism: Examples from Mallorca, RGS (with IBG) Annual International Conference: Flows and Spaces in a Globalised World, London, UK, Oral presentation

'We Saw them all off': Little Britain on the Edge of Europe., International conference: Periphery and Policy, Truro, UK, Oral presentation

Hospitality and Eroticism, CHME, 15th Annual Research Conference, Nottingham, UK, Oral presentation

Giving Habitus a Break: Charter Tourism and Nationalism, ISA World Congress of Sociology. The Quality of Social Existence in a Globalising World, Durban, SA, Oral presentation

How to be British: Discourses of Nationalism in Tourism Imagery, GAZING, GLANCING, GLIMPSING: Tourists and Tourism in a Visual World, Brighton, UK, Oral presentation

The Tourist Breast: Nation, Sex and Consumption, International Critical Tourism Studies Conference, Split, Croatia, Oral presentation

Views from Abroad: Britishness in Charter Tourism, Britishness, Identity and Citizenship: The view from abroad, Huddersfield, UK, Oral presentation

Hospitality and Eroticism, The Erotic: Exploring Critical Issues, Salzburg, Austria, Oral presentation

The Influence of Another Place on teh uses and meanings of Crosby Beach as a Liminal Landscape, Liminal Landscapes Symposium, Liverpool, UK, Oral presentation

Tourism and Violence: Examples from Mass Tourism, International Sociological Association, World Congress of Sociology: Sociology on the Move, Gothenburg, Sweden, Oral presentation

Editorial boards:

Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice, Co-Editoro and co-founding editor, http://www.tourismconsumption.org/

External collaboration:

Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Touris, Journal Article Review

Tourism Geographies, Journal Article Review

British Academy, Referee for Post Doctoral Research Project Application

http://www.blackwellpublishing.com/journal.asp?ref=1470-6423, International Journal of Consumer Studies, Reviewer for articles

Tourist Studies, Journal paper review

Annals of Tourism Research, Journal article review

External committees:

Tourism and Embodiement Special Interest Group, The Association for Tourism and Leisure Education, Chair, http://www.atlas-euro.org/

Tourism Committee, Royal Anthropological Institute, Chair

RC50 International Tourism Research Committee, International Sociological Association, Member, http://www.isa-sociology.org/

External PGR examinations performed:

University of Brighton, PhD, Co-Construction of hospitality culture: behaviour, encounters and social construction in English hotels

Sheffield Hallam University, PhD, Exploring Music Festival Experience using Phenomenological Psychology

University of Granda, Spain, PhD, Market Orientation adoption in rural tourism. Impact on business outcomes and the perceived value

University of Warwick, PhD, Masculinity, Tourism and Transgression: a qualitative study of British Stag Tourism in an Eastern European City

University of Plymouth, PhD, The Tarmac Cowboys: an ethnographic study of the cultural world of Boy Racers

Fellowships:

Fellow, Higher Education Academy

Fellow, Royal Anthropological Institute, http://www.therai.org.uk/

Media Coverage:

http://theconversation.com/brits-abroad-stereotype-or-media-hype-63973, 'Brits abroad: stereotype or media hype?' published on The Conversation. 7th October 2017

https://www.facebook.com/diariodemallorca.es/posts/10154085786406258, Interview for Diario de Mallorca, 2015 Una antropóloga británica llegó a la conclusión de que sus compatriotas buscan libertad "sin consecuencias" y reafirmarse en su identidad 'british'

Article for The Independent Newspaper and 'i' on Saturday 23rd May 2015 pp 32-33 'Shagaluf, the PhD - one acedmic's summer of hell'

Interview for THE 'Fear and Loathing in Shagaluf' as part of The Outer Limits series, research outside the comfort zone. THE 2015 No 2, 203 pp 40-43

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, Association of Social Anthropologists of the UK and Commonwealth, http://www.theasa.org/

Other invited event:

Touring the Regions (Dis) Uniting the Kingdom on Holiday, Middlesex University, London, Public Lecture

CHME 11th Annual Research Conference, Leeds, UK, Keynote Speech: Hospitality & Eroticism

Britishness in Charter Tourism, Uni of Newcastle, Newcastle, UK, Guest Lecture

British in Charter Tourism & Tourism and Violence, MMU, Manchester, UK, Guest lectures

Britishness in Charter Tourism, MMU, Manchester, UK, Guest lecture

Tourism, Mallorca and Violence, NHTV, Breda, The Netherlands, Guest lecture

Hospitality and Eroticism, Sunderland, UK, Guest Lecture

‘Effervescent Britishness’ on holiday in Mallorca: Examples from Palmanova and Magaluf, SOAS, London, Guest lecture

Seminar: Magaluf, Mamading & Moral Panic. Tourism Research Seminar, Royal Anthropological Institute, London, Second in a series of tourism research seminars organised by Prof David Harrison on behalf of the RAI Tourism Committee and Development Studies Association

Keynote Speech International Conference Contemporary Perspectives in Tourism and Hospitality Research: Policy, Practice and Performance, Centre of Sport, Tourism & Leisure Studies, University of Brighton, Keynote Speech: Becoming Through Tourism

Guest Lecture, SOAS London, Guest lecture based on my monograph

Guest Lecture, SOAS London, Guest lecture based on my monograph

Guest Lecture, London Met Uni, London, Guest Lecture based on my book "The British on Holiday"

Other Professional Activity:

Internal PGR thesis examination: •Kelly, D (2016) The substance use, sexual behaviour and health needs of young tourists travelling to national and international holiday destinations. LJMU. •Heaney, J (2009) Culture, Food, Memory and Health – An Intergenerational Study in Liverpool. LJMU.

Thursday 20th October 2016 Reviewer meets Reviewed SEMINAR SERIES AT THE ANTHROPOLOGY LIBRARY AND RESEARCH CENTRE The British on Holiday: Charter Tourism, Identity and Consumption Anthropology Library and Research Centre, British Museum The British Museum’s Anthropology Library and Research Centre, in conjunction with the Royal Anthropological Institute, is pleased to present the first seminar in the 2016-17 series of ‘Reviewer meets Reviewed’, a discussion between Dr Hazel Andrews, author of ‘The British on Holiday: Charter Tourism, Identity and Consumption’, and Professor Tom Selwyn, who reviewed the book for the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute.

Teaching qualification:

Postgraduate Certificate Higher Education, Distinction

Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education, Distinction