Útgefið efni

2021
Aquino, J. F. and Burns, G. L. (in press) Creative tourism: The path to a resilient rural Icelandic community, in K. Scherf & G. Edwards (eds.), Creative Tourism and Sustainable Development in Smaller Communities, Calgary: University of Calgary Press.

Ásgeirsson, Á. H. (in press). Events management and organization: the execution of Landsmót, Reykjavík 2018. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 67-73. UK: CABI Publisher. DOI:10.1079/9781789242751.0005.

Brown, C., McLeod, B. and Erlingsson, Th. (2021). Study abroad Iceland: A hospitality and tourism learning experience. Journal of Hospitalty & Tourism Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/10963758.2020.1868313

Dashper, K., Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (eds.) (in press). Humans, Horses and Events Management. UK: CABI Publisher. 9781789242751 (hardback).

Dashper, K., Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (in press). Conclusions: Planning, managing and experiencing equestrian events. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 198-210. UK: CABI Publisher. 

Dashper, K., Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (in press). Introduction: managing and experiencing an equestrian event. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 1-15. UK: CABI Publisher. 

Haraldsdóttir, L. (in press). Skyramisú og Brodd Brulée: Hnattrænir og staðbundnir straumar í ferðamennsku samtímans. In B. Ingvarsdóttir & Ö.D. Jónsson (eds.) Til hnífs og skeiðar. Greinasafn um matarmenningu. Reykjavík: Háskólaútgáfan.

Helgadóttir G. and Sigurðardóttir I. (in press). Equestrian tourism. In E. Buhalis (ed.). Encyclopedia of Tourism Management and Marketing. Edward Elgar Publishing Limited.

Helgadóttir, G & Dashper, K. (in press). Event legacies. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 172-183. UK: CABI Publisher. 

Helgadóttir, G. (in press). Event communities. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 18-17. UK: CABI Publisher. 

Helgadóttir, G., Renssen, H., Olk, T.R., Oredalen, T.J., Haraldsdóttir, L., Skúlason, S. and Thorarensen, H.Þ. (in review). Wild and farmed Arctic charr as a tourism product in an era of climate change. Frontiers in Sustainable Food Systems, section Agroecology and Ecosystem Services.

Jæger, K. and Helgadóttir, G. (in press). Volunteering at Landsmót: Gaining knowledge and experience. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 99-112. UK: CABI Publisher. 

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Pétursdóttir, A. L. (in press). The visitor experience at a horse event. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 88-98. UK: CABI Publisher. 

Sigurðardóttir, I. (in press a). Segmentation, marketing, venue selection and competitiveness of events. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 74-87. UK: CABI Publisher. 

Sigurðardóttir, I. (in press b). Horse welfare at events. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 113-115. UK: CABI Publisher. 

Sigurðardóttir, I. (in press c). Community, impacts of events: Resident expectations and experiences. In K. Dashper, G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds), Humans, Horses and Events Management, p. 74-87. UK: CABI Publisher. https://doi.org/10.3727/152599501108751452

2020
Aquino, J. F., & Kloes, G. M. H. (2020). Neolocalism, Revitalization, and Rural Tourism Development. In L. J. Ingram, S. L. Slocum, & C. T. Cavaliere (Eds.), Neolocalism and Tourism: Understanding a Global Movement. Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers. 

Einarsdóttir, A. V. and Haraldsdóttir, L. (2020). „You always need to consider how it looks in the eyes of the guests“. The work of teenage girls in tourism in Iceland. In A. Walmsley, K., Åberg, P. Blinnikka, G. Th. Jóhannesson (eds. ). Tourism Employment in Nordic Countries. Trends, Practices and Opportunities. Palgrave Macmillan

Einarsdóttir, A. V. (2020). Enskuslettur í ferðaþjónustu. Viðtal á sjónvarpsstöðinni Hringbraut um rannsókn á tungumálum í ferðaþjónustu.

Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (2020). Intangible heritage of Icelandic equestrianism: the experience of domestic horse tourists. Mondes du Tourisme.

Helgadóttir, G., andDashper, K. (2020). 20 years of Nordic rural tourism research: a review and future research agenda. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1080/15022250.2020.1823246

Sigurðardóttir, S. (2020). Gestir meta torfbæi. Rannsóknir um minjaarf III - torfbyggingar. Hólar University. 29 pp.

Sigurðardóttir, S. (2020). Viðhorf til nytja- og minjagildis torfbygginga. Rannsóknir um minjaarf I - torfbyggingar. Hólar University. 109 pp.

Sigurðardóttir, S. (2020). Viðhorf til torfbygginga í ferðaþjónustu. Rannsóknir um minjaarf II. Hólar University. 42 pp.

2019
Aquino, J. F. (2019). Icelandic Culture and Nature. KA1: Youth Exchange. Final Report. Report for Erasmus+. Sauðárkrókur, Iceland: Hólar University. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.27133.00488

Aquino, J. F. (2019). Being in Nature Together: Photovoice of an Icelandic Youth Nature Club. Finnish Journal of Tourism Research 15, 58-67. https://doi.org/10.33351/mt.88272

Bollason, K. (2019). Gestastofa Snæfellsnes á Breiðabliki – Umhverfisstefna og – stjórnun. Final report SHAPE project. 

Bollason, K. (2019). Handbók – vöruþróun í ferðaþjónustu á Snæfellsnesi. Final report SHAPE project.

Bollason, K. (2019). Strandleið. Lokaskýrsla SHAPE verkefnis. 

Helgadóttir, G. (2019). Herding livestock and managing people. The cultural sustainability of a harvest festival. In J. Mair. (ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Festivals, pp. 335-343. London; New York: Routledge.

Helgadóttir, G., Einarsdóttir, A. V., Burns, G. L., Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ., and Matthíasdóttir, J. M. E. (2019). Social sustainability of tourism in Iceland: A qualitative inquiry. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 19(4-5), 404-421. https://doi.org/10.1080/15022250.2019.1696699

Kaiser, B., Huijbens, E., Aquino, J. F.,  Horbel, C., Reigner, N., Maher, P., Menezes, D. R., Turner, J. (2019). Sustainable Tourism Development in the Nordic Arctic: Proceedings and Analysis. London United Kingdom. 

2018
Aquino, J. A, Burns, G. L., and Granquist, S. M. (2018). Seal watching in Iceland: Ethical management development. In J. Dehex (Ed.), The 9th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas (MMV9): Place, Recreation, and Local Development (pp. 165–167). Bordeaux, France. 

Aquino, J. F. and Andereck, K. (2018). Volunteer tourists’ perceptions of their impacts on marginalized communities. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 26(11), 1967-1983. https://doi.org/10.1080/09669582.2018.1526295

Burns, G. L. and Haraldsdóttir, L. (2018). Hydropower and tourism in Iceland: Visitor and operator perspectives on preferred use of natural areas. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 25, 91-101. c

Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (2018). The riding trail as geotourism attraction: Evidence from Iceland. Geosciences, 8(10), 1-16. http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/geosciences8100376

Helgadóttir, G. (2018). Herding livestock and managing people: The cultural sustainability of a harvest festival. In The Routledge Handbook of Festival, pp. 333-343. Routledge.

Sävener, A. and Franzidis, A. (2018). An Autoethnical reflection: Western elitism in late capitalism. In J.M. Rickly & E.S. Vidon (eds.), Authenticity & Tourism: Materialities, Perceptions, Experiences, pp. 237-251. Emerald Publishing Ltd.

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Steinþórsson, R.S. (2018). Development of micro-clusters in tourism: a case of equestrian tourism in northwest Iceland. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 18(3), 261-277. https://doi.org/10.1080/15022250.2018.1497286

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Steinþórsson, R.S. (2018). Klasi og klasaframtak í hestamennsku. Er klasinn klasi? In Klasar. Ársrit um klasa – 2018, p. 12-17. ISBN: 978-9935-463-19-7.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2018). Wellness and equestrian tourism – New kind of an adventure? Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 18(4), 377-392. https://doi.org/10.1080/15022250.2018.1522718

2017
Ásgeirsson, Á. H. (2017). Landsmót í faðmi fjallanna á Hólum í Hjaltadal. In G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds.), Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Hólar 2016, p. 18-20. Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism.

Chambers, C., Helgadóttir, G., and Carothers, C. (2017). "Little kings": community, change and conflict in Icelandic fisheries. Maritime Studies, 16(1), 10. DOI 10.1186/s40152-017-0064-6

Einarsdóttir, A. V. (2017). Hlutverk leiðsögumanna og framlag þeirra til náttúruverndar. Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism. ISBN: 978-9935-9366-1-5. 35 pp.
Evans, R., Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (2017). Håndbok i hestetourisme. Danmörk: Foreningen FerieRytter. ISBN: 978-87-970109-0-7. 121 pp.

Helgadóttir, G. and Dashper, K. (2017). Kæru erlendu gestir og vinir íslenska hestsins. In G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds.), Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Hólar 2016, p. 13-16. Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism.

Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (ritstj.) (2017). Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Hólar 2016. Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism. ISBN 978-9935-9366-0-8. 64 pp.

Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (2017). Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Helstu niðurstöður. In G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds.), Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Hólar 2016, p. 60-63. Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism.

Helgadóttir, G. and Sigurðardóttir, I. (2017). Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna – inngangur. In G. Helgadóttir & Sigurðardóttir, I (eds.), Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Hólar 2016, p. 3-8. Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism.

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Pétursdóttir, A.L. (2017). Markaðssetning, markhópar og staðarval. In G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds.), Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Hólar 2016, p. 21-26. Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism.

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Pétursdóttir, A. L. (2017).Upplifun og ánægja gesta á Landsmóti hestamanna 2016. In G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds.), Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Hólar 2016, p. 53-58. Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism.

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Steinþórsson, R. S. (2017). "Hyruspor"-A Cluster Initiative in Northwest of Iceland. Nordic Academy of Management, 24th NFF Conference-Nordic opportunities 23.-25. ágúst. 9 pp.

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Steinþórsson, R. S. (2017). Establishment and downfall of a horse-based cluster initiative in Northwest Iceland. Contemporary Issues in Law, 14(3), 217-230.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2017). Viðhorf og upplifun heimamanna – LM í Skagafirði 2016. In G. Helgadóttir & I. Sigurðardóttir (eds.), Rannsóknir á Landsmóti hestamanna: Hólar 2016, (bls. 32-36). Hólar: Hólar University, Department of Rural Tourism.

2016
Helgadóttir, G. and Daspher, K. (2016), "Dear international guests and friends of the Icelandic horse": Experience, meaning and belonging at a niche sporting event. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 16(4), 422-441. https://doi.org/10.1080/15022250.2015.1112303

Helgadóttir, G., Einarsdóttir, A. V., Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ., Matthíasdóttir, J.M.E. and Burns, G.L. (2016). Félagsleg áhrif ferðamennsku og ferðaþjónustu. Reykjavík: Ferðamálastofa. Pp. 130. ISBN: 978-9935-9317-0-2.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2016a). Stjórnun og rekstur í ferðaþjónustu - afþreying á sjó og vatni. Hólum: Háskólinn á Hólum - Ferðamáladeild. ISBN:978-9979-9991-6-4. 146 pp.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2016b). Alþjóðleg rannsókn á Landsmóti hestamanna sem viðburði. Íþróttaviðburður og mannfagnaður (An introduction to an international research at Landsmót hestamanna, the national competition of the Icelandic horse), p. 66-68. Eiðfaxi, 11, 2016.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2016c). Lífstíll verður ferðavara; þróun fyrirtækja í hestamennsku á Íslandi [e. Lifestyle as a tourism product - Development of equestrian businesses in Iceland]. Tímarit um viðskipti og efnahagsmál [Research in applied business and economics], 13(2), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.24122/tve.a.2016.13.2.1

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2016d). Stjórnun og rekstur í ferðaþjónustu – afþreying á sjó og vatni [Managing tourism businesses – water based tourism]. Hólum: Háskólinn á Hólum, Ferðamáladeild. 146p.

2015
Ankre, R. and Nilsson, P. Å. (2015). Remote yet close. In G. Baldcchino (Ed), Archipelago Tourism. Policies och Practices, pp 137-146. London: Ashgate.

Baldacchino, G., Helgadóttir, G. and Mykletun, R.J. (2015). Rural Tourism: Insights from the North Atlantic. Editorial introduction Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 15(1-2), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1080/15022250.2015.1020124

Burns, G. L. (2015). Animals as tourism objects: Ethically refocusing relationships between tourists and wildlife. In K. Markwell (ed), Animals and Tourism: Understanding Diverse Relationships. Channel View Publications. pp. 44-59. http://www.channelviewpublications.com/display.asp?isb=9781845415037

Burns, G. L. (2015). Ethics in tourism. In C.M. Hall, S. Gossling & D. Scott (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Tourism and Sustainability. Routledge. pp. 117-126. http://www.amazon.com/The-Routledge-Handbook-Tourism-Sustainability/dp/0415662486

Evans, R., Sigurðardóttir, I. and Helgadóttir, G. (2015). A Good Practice Guide to Equine Tourism – Developing Native Breed Equine Tourism in the Nordic Atlantic Region. Noregur: Høgskulen for landbruk og bygdeutvikling.

Helgadóttir, G. (2015). Horse round-ups: Harvest festival and/or tourism magnet. Cheval, Tourisme et Sociétés/Horse, tourism and societies, Mondes du Tourisme, hors série, juin 2015. Frakkland: Parution, pp. 216-223.

Helgadóttir, G. (2015). A book review: Tourism, recreation and regional development, perspectives from France and abroad. e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR), 12(1-2).

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Helgadóttir, G. (2015). Riding high: quality and customer satisfaction in equestrian tourism in Iceland. Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 15(1-2), 105-121. https://doi.org/10.1080/15022250.2015.1015765

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Helgadóttir, G. (2015). The new equine economy of Iceland. In C. Vial and R. Evans (eds.) – The new equine economy in the 21st century. The Netherlands: WageningeAcademic Publishers. Pp 225 - 236. https://doi.org/10.3920/978-90-8686-824-7_19

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Steinþórsson, R.S. (2015). Hestar og þróun klasa: hestatengdur klasi á Norðurlandi vestra. Skrína, 2(1), 1-9.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2015). Identifying the success criteria of Icelandic horse-based tourism businesses: interviews with operators. Cheval, Tourisme et Sociétés/Horse, tourism and societies, Mondes du Tourisme, hors série, juin 2015. Frakkland: Parution, p 150-160.

Wheeler-Jones, C., Howlett, C., Seini, M. and Burns, G. L. (2015). Media constructions of Aboriginality: Implications for engagement with coal seam gas development in Australia. Australian Geographer. 46(2), 165-181. https://doi.org/10.1080/00049182.2015.1020599

White, D. D., and Aquino, J. F. (2015). Park-Related Tourism. Presented at the 106th Arizona Town Hall, Tucson, Arizona. April 2015. In Spring 2015 Town Hall Background Report: Transportation and Arizona. M. Kuby & Golub (eds.). Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University. http://aztownhall.org/page-1863425

White, D. D. and Aquino, J. F. (2015). Park-Related Tourism. Presented at the 106th Arizona Town Hall, Tucson, Arizona. April 2015. In Spring 2015 Town Hall Background Report: Transportation and Arizona. Kuby, M., and Golub (eds.). Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University. http://aztownhall.org/page-1863425

2014
Aquino, J. F.,and Andereck, K. (2014). The role that volunteer tourism in Favela Communities of Rio de Janeiro play on community pride and self-esteem. Favelas@LSE: A Dialogue Between the UK and Brazil. Retrieved from http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/favelasatlse/2014/08/21/the-psychosocial-impact-of-volunteer-tourism-in-the-favelas-of-rio-de-janeiro/

Burns, G. L. and Paterson, M. (2014). Introduction. In G. L. Burns and M. Paterson (eds.), Engaging with Animals: interpretations of a shared existence. Sydney: Sydney University Press. pp. vii-xii. http://purl.library.usyd.edu.au/sup/9781743320297

Burns, G. L. and Paterson, M. (eds). (2014). Engaging with Animals: interpretations of a shared existence. Sydney: Sydney University Press. http://purl.library.usyd.edu.au/sup/9781743320297

Burns, G. L. (2014). Animals and anthropomorphism in the anthropocene. In G. L. Burns & M. Paterson (eds.), Engaging with Animals: interpretations of a shared existence. Sydney: Sydney University Press. pp 3-20. http://purl.library.usyd.edu.au/sup/9781743320297

Dluzewska, A., Bollason, K., Dluzewski, M. and Fidelus, J. (2014). Nature-based tourism in desert areas: Challenges for tourism education. In C. Aitchison (ed), Education and Outdoor Learning: Adventure, tourism and Sustainable Development, pp. 73-86. LSA Publication No. 122. http://www.amazon.com/Education-Outdoor-Learning-Sustainable-Development/dp/1905369379

Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ. and Jóhannesson, G. Þ. (2014). Weaving with witchcraft: Tourism and entrepreneurship in Strandir, Iceland. In B. Granås & A. Viken (eds.), Destination Development in Tourism: Turns and Tactics, pp. 95-112. Farnham: Ashgate. http://ashgate.com/default.aspx?page=637&title_id=19844&edition_id=1209350017&calcTitle=1

Haraldsdóttir, L. and Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ. (2014). Pure, fresh and simple. "Spicing up" the new Nordic cusine. In L. Joliffe (ed) Spices and Tourism: Destinations, Attractions and Cuisines, pp. 169-182. Bristol: Channel View Publications. http://www.channelviewpublications.com/display.asp?K=9781845414429

Helgadóttir, G. (2014) Between art and artifact: archaeological replicas and cultural production in Oaxaca, Mexico. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 9(2), 183-184, DOI:10.1080/1743873X.2013.812869

Helgadóttir, G. (2014). Publications in review: Culture and society in tourism contexts. Tourism Social Science Series, 17. edited by Antonio Miguel Nogués-Pedregal. Annals of tourism research. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2013.12.009

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2014). Conducting mixed methods research in equestrian tourism. In: ATLAS annual conference 2014, Tourism Methodologies – New Perspectives, Practices and Procedures. Association for Tourism and Leisure Education and Research, Budapest, pp. 18-21.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2014). Equestrian tourism as a contributor to wellbeing and happiness. In: ATLAS annual conference 2014, Tourism Travel and Leisure – Sources of Wellbeing, Happiness and Quality of Life. Association for Tourism and Leisure Education and Research, Budapest, pp. 39-43.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2014). Heilsa og vellíðan - sóknarfæri í hestaferðaþjónustu. Eiðfaxi, 12, pp. 19-21.

2013
Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ. (2013). The Entangled Web: Tourism, place and identity [Report]. Akureyri: Rannsóknarmiðstöð ferðamála. Available at http://www.rmf.is/files/pdf/skyrslur/2013/The_Entangled_Web.pdf

Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ. (2013). Viðhorf og sýn ferðaþjónustuaðila í Húnaþingi vestra (e. Values and Visions of Tourism Entrepreneurs in Húnaþing vestra). [Report]. Holar University Research Report Series 2013-1 - ISSN: ISSN 2298-3880

Healy, S. and Burns, G. L. (2013). Coles are the piggy in the middle of animal welfare confrontation. The Conversation. 13 June 2013. http://theconversation.com/coles-are-the-piggy-in-the-middle-of-animal-welfare-confrontation-15078.

Nilsson, P. Å. (2013). Centripetal and centrifugal force. A case study of regional push and pull factors for back-movers in Northern Iceland, the Faroe Islands and Northern Norway. Journal of Settlements and Spatial Planning, 4(1), 87-94.

Nilsson, P. Å. (2013). Tourist background and local acceptance. A case study of tourists in Northern Iceland. [Report]. Akureyri: Iceland Centre for Tourism Research.

Nilsson, P. Å. and Granquist, S. (2013). The wild north: Network cooperation for sustainable tourism in a fragile marine environment in the arctic region. In D. K. Müller, L. Lundmark, R. H. Lemelin (eds.), New Issues in Polar Tourism: Communities, Environments, Politics, p. 123-132. Springer Link ISBN 978-94-007-5883-4 http://www.springer.com/gp/book/9789400758834

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2013). Of horses, tourism and lifestyle entrepreneurship in Iceland; business development in equestrian tourism. 22nd Nordic Academy of Management Conference. Conference Proceedings. 19 p.

2012
Aquino, J. F. and Andereck, K. (2012). Sustainable tourism and volunteer tourism in favela (slum) communities of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The VolunTourist™ Newsletter, 8(2). Retrieved from http://www.voluntourism.org/news-studyandresearch82.htm.

Aquino, J. F., Phillips, R. and Sung, H. (2012). Tourism, culture, and the creative industries: Reviving distressed neighborhoods with arts-based community tourism. Tourism Culture & Communication, 12(1), 5–18. https://doi.org/10.3727/109830412X13542041184658

Field, G., Burns, G. L. and Dale, P. (2012). Managing vegetation clearing in the South East Queensland urban footprint. Local Government Law Journal, 17, 215-230.

Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ. and Jóhannesson, G. Þ. (2012). Sköpunarverkið Strandir – þrenns konar sjónarhorn (e. The Creation of Strandir– Three Different Angels). In I. Hannibalsson (Ed), Conference proceedings from the Annual Social Science Research Conference XIII: Viðskiptafræðideild, pp. 132-139. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1946/13356

Haraldsdóttir, L. (2012). Hreint, ferskt og einfalt: Ný norræn matvæli og sviðslistin (Pure, fresh and simple: performing New Nordic food). In S. Eggertsson & Á.G. Ásgeirsdóttir (eds.) Conference proceedings from the Annual Social Science Research Conference XIII Rannsóknir í félagsvísindum XIII. Reykjavík: Félagsvísindastofnun Háskóla Íslands . Retrieved from http://skemman.is/stream/get/1946/13380/32087/1/ LaufeyHaraldsdottir _ Hreint_ ferskt_og_einfalt.pdf

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2012). Identifying the success criteria of the Icelandic horse based tourism. Equi-meeting Tourisme. Saumur: les Haras nationaux, Ecole Nationale d’equitation, University of Angers, UFR Ingenierie, pp. 139-142.

2011
Burns, G. L. (2011). Book review of tourism and national parks: International perspectives on development, histories and change. Annals of Leisure Tourism, 14(4), 395-396.

Burns, G. L. (2011). Book teview of the gramed world: Tourism, tourists and photography. Anthropological Forum, 21(1), 83-83.

Burns, G. L., Macbeth, J. and Moore, S. (2011). Should dingoes die? Principles for engaging ecocentric ethics in wildlife tourism management. Journal of Ecotourism, 10(3), 179-196.

Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ. (2011). Reflecting images: The front page of Icelandic tourism brochures. In S. Ísleifsson & D. Chartier (eds), Iceland and images of the North. Reykjavíkur Akademía og Presses de l´Université du Québec. http://www.akademia.is/component/content/article/13-almennar-frettir/470-iceland-and-images-of-the-north

Helgadóttir, G. (2011). Issues in Cultural Tourism Studies 2nd edition by Melanie K. Smith. Journal of Tourism History, 3(3), 339-340.

Helgadóttir, G. (2011). Nation in a sheep´s coat: The Icelandic sweater FORMakademisk,4 (2), 59-68.

Jóhannesson, G. Þ., Lund, K. A and Gunnarsdóttir, G. Þ. (2011). Sköpun áfangastaðar (e. The making of a destination). In Ingjaldur Hannibalsson (Ed), Conference proceedings from the Annual Social Science Research Conference XII: Viðskiptafræðideild, pp. 132-139. Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1946/10259

Nilsson, P. Å. (2011). Attitudes to wild life. An interdisciplinary attempt to improve codes of conduct for wild life watching. [Report]. Saudarkrokur: Holar University.

Nilsson, P. Å., Árnason, S. Helgadóttir, G. and Holm, D. (2011). Back movers and in movers. A study of back migration flows into small societies over time. Hammerdal: Hammerdal Förlag & Reportage. 58 pp, ISBN 978-91-976574-4-0

Sigurðardóttir, I. and Steinþórsson, R. S. (2011). Entrepreneurs or not: how do operators for small horse based industries in Iceland define themselves? Conference proceedings from The 21st Nordic Academy of Management 2011. 14 p.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2011). Economic importance of the horse industry in northwest Iceland: A case in point. Second International Conference for PhD candidates, Bulgaria: South-West University “Neofit Rilsky”, Faculty of Economics, pp 113-117.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2011). Framleiðnihugtakið; þekking og viðhorf stjórnenda í íslenskum afþreyingarfyrirtækjum (e. Productivity in leisure businesses; operator’s knowledge and approach). In A. Hermannsdóttir, J. S. Snorrason, & Þ. Christiansen (eds.), Vorráðstefna Viðskiptafræðistofnunar Háskóla Íslands 2011, ráðstefnurit. (peer reviewed), pp. 129-139. ISBN 978-9979-9933-2-2.

Sigurðardóttir, I. (2011). Hestamennska sem atvinnugrein á Norðurlandi vestra (e. The horse industry in North West of Iceland). In Kristinsdóttir, Á. (ed.), Fræðaþing landbúnaðarins 2011. Reykjavík, pp. 84-90.

Smith, M and Burns, G. L. (2011). Australia’s crystalline heritage: issues in cave management at Jenolan caves. Helictite, 40(2), 27-34.

White, D.D., Aquino, J. F., Budruk, M. and Golub, A. (2011). Visitors’ experiences of traditional and alternative transportation in Yosemite national park. Journal of Park & Recreation Administration, 29(1), 38–57.

2010
Aquino, J. F., and Biaett, V. (2010). Working Together: A qualitative analysis of the Arizona Be Outdoors Movement. Report for the Be Outdoors Arizona. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona State University.

Burns, G. L. (2010). Lines in the sand: An snthropological discourse on wildlife tourism. doctoral dissertation summary. European Journal of Tourism Research, 3(2), 119-122.

Burns, G. L. (2010). Dingoes, penguins and people: Engaging anthropology to reconstruct the management of wildlife tourism interactions. Saarsbrucken: Lambert Academic Publishing. https://www.lap-publishing.com/catalog/details/store/ru/book/978-3-8383-4803-2/dingoes,-penguins-and-people

Helgadóttir, G., Ólafsdóttir, S. (Ed.), Halldórsson,G., Árnason, Þ., Sigurgeirsdóttir, S.I., Helgadóttir, G., Sveinsson, R., Örnólfsdóttir, & E.B., Halldórsson, A.B. (2010). Úttekt á framgangi og áhrifum strandveiðanna sumarið 2009 [Survey of the implementation and effects of the coastal fishing programme summer 2009. Westfjords University Centre]

Helgadóttir, G., Karlsdóttir, A. and Long, P (2010). Celebrating the edges of the world: Tourism and festivals of the coast and sea. Event Management, 14(4), 257–260.

Nilsson, P. Å. (2010). Back movers and inmovers. A study of back migration flows into small societies over time. [Report]. Saudarkrokur: Holar University.

Phillips, R., Aquino, J. F., Lee, S. and Plunkett, D. (2010). 2010 Hatcher Road Economic Development Plan. Report for the Desert Mission Neighborhood Renewal and the Hatcher Road Subcommittee. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona State University.

2009
Burns, G.L. (2009). Managing wildlife for people or people for wildlife? A case study of Dingoes and tourism on Fraser Island, Queensland, Australia. In J. Hill & T Gale (eds), Ecotourism and Environmental Sustainability: Principles and Practice. Ashgate Publications. pp 139-155.

Gunnarsdóttir, G.Þ. and Haraldsdóttir, L. (2009). Culinary tourism project in Northern Iceland. In C.M. Hall, D.K. Müller and J. Saarinen (Eds.), Nordic Tourism: Issues and Cases, pp. 117-120. Bristol: Channel View Publications.

Haraldsdóttir, L. (2009). Að borða mat en bragða svæðið. Þarfir og væntingar ferðamanna til veitinga á ferðalögum (e. To eat the food but taste the region. Tourists needs and expectations towards catering while travelling) . In I. Hannibalsson (ritstj.) Conference proceedings from the Annual Social Science Research Conference X, (399-412). Rannsóknir í félagsvísindum X. Reykjavík: Félagsvísindastofnun Háskóla Íslands. Retrieved from http://www.rmf.is/files/pdf/tjodarspegill/2009/Laufey_Haraldsdottir.pdf

Haraldsdóttir, L. (2009). Áhugi ferðamanna á svæðisbundnum mat: Niðurstöður spurningakannana (E. Tourists interest for local food: results from a survey). Ráðstefnurit Fræðaþings landbúnaðarins. Reykjavík.

Knopf, R. Aquino, J. F., Lee, S. & Plunkett, D. (2009). Valley of the Sun United Way: Improving the Health and Safety of Valley Neighborhoods. Report for the Valley of the Sun United Way. Phoenix, AZ: Arizona State University.