Zoek medewerkers/organisaties prof.dr. VR van der Duim
Naam
Naamprof.dr. VR van der Duim
RoepnaamRene
Emailrene.vanderduim@wur.nl

Werk
OmschrijvingPersoonlijk Hoogleraar
OrganisatieDepartement Omgevingswetenschappen
OrganisatieeenheidCultural Geography
Telefoon+31 317 485 395
Mobiel
Telefoon secretariaat+31 317 486 187
Telefoon 2
Fax+31 317 419 000
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BezoekadresDroevendaalsesteeg 3
6708PB, WAGENINGEN
Gebouw/Kamer101/B302
PostadresPostbus 47
6700AA, WAGENINGEN
Bodenummer531
Nevenwerkzaamheden
  • Secretaris bestuur ATLAS: www.atlas-euro.org - ATLAS
    sep 2018 - sep 2020

    Secretaris bestuur van netwerk van ongeveer 200 instellingen voor hoger onderwijs op gebied toerisme & vrijetijdstudies

  • Bestuurslid Thika Foundation - Thika Foundation
    jan 2017 - jan 2021

    Thika Foundation richt zich op in stand houden van fragiele natuurgebieden in bestemmingen van Thika Travel door financiële ondersteuning van op dit behoud en verbetering gerichte projecten en het betrekken van de rond die gebieden levende lokale bevolking.


Biografie

I am a sociologist with special interest in actor-network theory. I have executed research and educational projects in countries like Thailand, Nepal, Costa Rica, Tanzania, Namibia, Kenya, Uganda, Portugal and the Netherlands.  In the last ten years my research focused on tourism, conservation and development, especially in sub-Saharan Africa. From 2009 to 2014 I have been a Special Professor in Tourism and Sustainable Development. Since  March 2015 I am  appointed as Personal Professor. I am also chair of ATLAS .


Expertiseprofiel
Expertise
Sociale media
  Rene van der Duim op Linkedin
  Rene van der Duim op Acamedia.edu
  Rene van der Duim op Google Scholar Citations

Publicaties
Kernpublicaties
Publicatielijsten

Projecten

Tourism is increasingly put forward by international, national and local nature conservation and development organizations, governments and the tourism industry as a promising mechanism to resolve societal problems related to the conservation-development nexus. As a consequence new institutional arrangements, policies and practices emerge at different levels of scale (from the local to the global) in various developing countries. However, many of these are neither theoretically nor empirically judged on their merits and contributions to sustainable development. This research is a collaborative effort to address current knowledge gaps in sustainable tourism development in a number of developing countries (Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Namibia) as well as European countries (the Netherlands, Spain and Portugal).

For more information see: https://www.wur.nl/en/Persons/prof.dr.-VR-Rene-van-der-Duim.htm


Onderwijs
Vakken
  • GEO-12306 - Society, History & Globalisation
  • GEO-31806 - Tourism & Sustainable Development
  • GEO-51801 - Capita Selecta Cultural Geography
  • GEO-51802 - Capita Selecta Cultural Geography
  • GEO-51803 - Capita Selecta Cultural Geography
  • GEO-53806 - Development of Sustainable Tourism
  • GEO-56806 - Advanced Qualitative Research Design and Data Collection Methods
  • GEO-70424 - MSc Internship Cultural Geography
  • GEO-70427 - MSc Internship Cultural Geography
  • GEO-70430 - MSc Internship Cultural Geography
  • GEO-70433 - MSc Internship Cultural Geography
  • GEO-70436 - MSc Internship Cultural Geography
  • GEO-70439 - MSc Internship Cultural Geography
  • GEO-80418 - Thesis Cultural Geography
  • GEO-80421 - Thesis Cultural Geography
  • GEO-80424 - MSc Thesis Cultural Geography
  • GEO-80427 - MSc Thesis Cultural Geography
  • GEO-80430 - MSc Thesis Cultural Geography
  • GEO-80433 - MSc Thesis Cultural Geography
  • GEO-80436 - MSc Thesis Cultural Geography
  • GEO-80439 - MSc Thesis Cultural Geography
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