Peter runs the Tourism programmes at St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, London. He is the co-author of Volunteer Tourism: The lifestyle politics of international development (Routledge, 2015) with Jim Butcher.
Saturday 1 November 2008, 5.15pm Henry Moore Gallery
What is it to be educated?
Butcher, J and Smith, P (2014) Volunteer tourism, development and lifestyle politics, Routledge, London.
Smith, P (2014) ‘International volunteer tourism as (de)commodified moral consumption, in Mostafanezhad and Hannam, K (eds) Moral Encounters in Tourism, Ashgate, London.
Smith, P (2013) ‘“Tourism: More Sinned Against Than Sinner?”, Research Probe’, Tourism Recreation Research. Volume 38 (3)
Butcher, J and Smith, P (2010), ‘Making a Difference’: Volunteer Tourism and Development, Tourism Recreation Research, 35 (1)
Smith, P and Butcher, J (2010), ‘Making a Difference’ through volunteer tourism, in Gorham, G and Mottiar, Z (eds) Contemporary Issues in Global Tourism and Hospitality. pp 225-239.
"The audience were the stars of the Battle of Ideas - engaged, informed and enthusiastic. As a panellist, I felt both ashamed and educated. Exactly as it should be."
John Street, professor of politics, University of East Anglia