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Theme Issue “Tourism and Unesco heritage sites in Brazil”
CALL FOR PAPERS
Anais Brasileiros de Estudos Turísticos (ABET) - 2238-2925
(indexed in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) and ISI Web of Science)
“Tourism and Unesco heritage sites in Brazil”
Editor in chief
Thiago Duarte Pimentel
Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora/UFJF, Brasil
Maria Amália Oliveira
Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio de Janeiro/UNIRIO, Brasil
Universidade Federal de Ouro Preto/UFOP, Brasil
Solano de Souza Braga
Universidade Federal do Delta do Parnaíba/UFDPar, Brasil
Purpose of the thematic edition
Heritage is an inheritance of humanity. One of the ways of protecting this legacy is through its recognition by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations (Unesco). Since 1978 have already been recognized 1.121 sites of heritage in 167 countries, among among them Brazil, which has 22 [I], being: 14 cultural, seven natural and a mixed one. In addition, Unesco recognizes other ways of protecting geological, biological and cultural diversity, such as 161 Geoparks[II], 114 Cultural Landscapes [III], 714 Biosphere Reserves [IV], among other actions, partially with the safeguard of the National, Historical and Artistic Heritage Institute (Iphan), Chico Mendes Institute for Biodiversity Conservation (ICMBio) and correlated instances at the state and municipal level. Most are tourist destinations, of various segments, in particular and without being exhausted, cultural tourism, ecotourism (MTUR, 2018; UNWTO, 2019) and geotourism (Unesco, 2016). However, the relationship between visitation and protection (Pedersen, 2002) it is not always sustainable (Hoyos, 2020) and accompanied by consistent scientific research (Yang, Xue & Jones, 2019). In addition, tourism was one of the most impacted sectors by the new coronavirus pandemic (Covid-19), endangering the integrity of the protected heritage, according to observations of the World Heritage and Tourism Seminar: Facing the Challenges of the Covid-19 Crisis [V], carried out in Paris in December, 2020. In this sense, the multidisciplinary look of researchers is pertinent to the relationship between heritage and tourism, considering the guidance of Unesco, bringing new approaches with the specificities of the rich and diverse Brazilian territory. For this reason, this call for papers invites researchers, professionals, academics and public policy makers to present research results with a focus on Unesco heritage sites in Brazil. The call also accepts not only theoretical approaches, but also empirically based ones. Articles can be written in Portuguese, English, French or Spanish, adapted to the APA 6th ed. And followed by an abstract and five keywords. Last but not least, different types of communication are welcome:
- Full articles –Essays, conceptual papers, theoretical review articles, case studies, results of original research–, with extension of 5.001 to 10.000 words; and
- short communications –research notes, reflexions, technical reports, reviews –, with maximum length of 5.000 words.
Submission of extended abstracts (between 500 and 1.000 words)
Submission of full papers (extension according to the kind of contribution)
Do not hesitate to contact us at the email addresses mentioned above.
Theme and related issues
While not limited to the following topics, we encourage scholars to focus on:
- Tourist offer and distribution in Unesco heritage sites in Brazil;
- Tourist demand in Unesco heritage sites in Brazil;
- The impact of Covid-19 on the management of Unesco's assets in Brazil;
- New segments/types of tourism in Unesco heritage sites in Brazil;
- Heritage categories (natural, cultural, museal, speleological, geological, geographic, ecological, rural, paleontological, archaeological, literary, architectural, religious and others) of Unesco in Brazil and the tourism;
- Heritage in crisis and the preservation of Unesco's heritage in Brazil; and
- Public policies aimed at the preservation and promotion of tourism in Unesco heritage sites in Brazil.
Special edition editors encourage a variety of methodological approaches, including, but not limited to: textual analysis; surveys and interviews; mixed approaches; and case studies.
The articles sent should not be published before or being actually evaluated by another journal.
Guide for authors and Publishing
- Access here the template of the journal https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zEmfMdAlUVo-o_AbWazfZ8fwH67yW8fW?usp=sharing
References related to the theme
Bo, João Batista Lanari. (2003). Proteção do patrimônio na UNESCO: ações e significado. Brasília, Unesco. Access in: <https://livros01.livrosgratis.com.br/ue000276.pdf> in 13th Feb. 2021.
Hoyos, Wilson. (2020). Turismo y sus efectos globales sobre el patrimonio. In: Rábago, Nora L. Bringas, García, Maribel Osorio & Ferreira, Ana Pricila Sosa (coord.). Casos de planeación y gestión turística. Comportamientos, problemas y avances. Tenerife (España), PASOS, Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural.
MTur. (2018). Glossário do Turismo. Brasília: Ministério do Turismo. Access in: <http://antigo.turismo.gov.br/images/pdf/Publica%C3%A7%C3%B5es/Glossario_do_Turismo_-_1%C2%AA_%20edi%C3%A7%C3%A3o.pdf> in 13th Feb. 2021.
Pedersen, Arthur. (2002). Managing Tourism at World Heritage Sites: a Practical Manual for World Heritage Site Managers. Paris: Unesco. Access in: <https://whc.unesco.org/uploads/activities/documents/activity-113-2.pdf> in 13th Feb. 2021.
Unesco. (2016). UNESCO Global Geoparks. Paris: United Nations World Tourism Organization. Disponível em: <https://unesdoc.unesco.org/ark:/48223/pf0000243650/PDF/243650eng.pdf.multi>. in 13th Feb. 2021.
UNWTO. (2019). UNWTO Tourism Definition. Paris: United Nations World Tourism Organization. Access in: <https://www.e-unwto.org/doi/epdf/10.18111/9789284420858> in 13th Feb. 2021.
Yang, Y., Xue, L., & Jones, T. E. (2019). Tourism-enhancing effect of World Heritage Sites: Panacea or placebo? A meta-analysis. Annals of Tourism Research, 75, 29-41.
[I] Heritage sites of Unesco in Brazil: Brasília, Centro Histórico de Salvador de Bahia, Centro Histórico de São Luís, Centro Histórico da Vila de Diamantina, Centro Histórico da Vila de Goiás, Centro Histórico da Vila de Olinda, Vila Histórica de Ouro Preto, Missões Jesuítas dos Guaranis: San Ignacio Mini, Santa Ana, Nuestra Señora de Loreto e Santa Maria Mayor (Argentina), Ruínas de São Miguel das Missões (Brasil), Conjunto Moderno da Pampulha, Rio de Janeiro: Paisagens Cariocas entre a Serra e o Mar, Santuário do Bom Jesus do Congonhas, Praça de São Francisco na Vila de São Cristóvão, Parque Nacional da Serra da Capivara, Sítio Arqueológico Cais do Valongo, Reservas do Sudeste da Mata Atlântica, Ilhas Atlânticas Brasileiras: Reservas de Fernando de Noronha e Atol das Rocas, Complexo de Conservação da Amazônia Central, Áreas Protegidas do Cerrado: Parques Nacionais da Chapada dos Veadeiros e Emas, Reservas da Costa do Descobrimento da Mata Atlântica, Parque Nacional do Iguaçu, Área de Conservação do Pantanal e Paraty e Ilha Grande - Cultura e Biodiversidade. Access in: <http://whc.unesco.org/en/statesparties/BR> in 19th Mar. 2021.
[II] Um Geopark reconhecido pela UNESCO no Brasil: Araripe. Access in: <http://www.unesco.org/new/en/natural-sciences/environment/earth-sciences/unesco-global-geoparks/list-of-unesco-global-geoparks/brazil/araripe/> in 19th Mar. 2021.
[III] Seven Cultural Landscapes of UNESCO in Brazil: Complexo de Áreas Protegidas do Pantanal (MT/MS), Complexo de Conservação da Amazônia Central (AM), Ilhas Atlânticas: Fernando de Noronha e Atol das Rocas (PE/RN), Parque Nacional Serra da Capivara (PI), Parque Nacional do Iguaçu (PR), Reservas da Mata Atlântica (PR/SP) e Reservas do Cerrado: Parques Nacionais da Chapada dos Veadeiros e das Emas (GO). Access in: <http://portal.iphan.gov.br/pagina/detalhes/899/> in 19th Mar. 2021.
[IV] Seven Biosphere Reserves of UNESCO in Brazil: Mata Atlântica, Cinturão Verde da Cidade de São Paulo, Cerrado, Pantanal, Caatinga, Amazônia Central e Serra do Espinhaço. Access in: <https://pt.unesco.org/fieldoffice/brasilia/expertise/natural-world-heritage> in 19th Mar. 2021.
[V] Access in: <https://www.pantheonsorbonne.fr/fileadmin/IREST/chaire-unesco/plaquette_unesco_electronique_EN.pdf>. in 19th Mar. 2021.
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