Edited by Melanie Smith
Arnhem: ATLAS, 71 pp.
ISSN: 2468 – 6719
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On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of ATLAS, we introduce the second volume of our new periodical, ATLAS Tourism and Leisure Review. In recent years we have faced increasing demand from our conference delegates for publication opportunities for their papers. While many of these have been published in books or established journals, there are still many worthy contributions that we have not been able to publish. We have therefore decided to create a new publication outlet, which is particularly aimed at the themed tracks in our conferences.
The collection of papers presented in these tracks represent concentrated and concise reviews of particular themes and topics. In order to improve our services to our members and conference participants, we have decided to start issuing the ATLAS Tourism and Leisure Review, which will consist of thematically ordered collections of conference papers. For each volume of 3 to 5 papers, we will invite a guest editor to take care of the review process and proofreading of the papers. All volumes will become digitally available for members and will be on sale to non-members via the ATLAS bookshop.
This seond Volume on Culture, Tourism and Wellbeing includes papers from the 2014 Budapest conference and is edited by Melanie Smith. We would like to thank Melanie for taking the lead in this process. Subsequent Volumes will follow shortly.
With the launch of ATLAS Tourism and Leisure Review we expect to have adequately addressed the many inquiries we received in the last few years about publication opportunities.