Scholarly Publications and Presentations

Peer-Reviewed Publications

de la Barre, S., Maher, P., Dawson, J., Hillmer-Pegram, K, Huijbens, E,  Lamers, M., Liggett, D., Müller, D., Pashkevich, A., Stewart, E.  (2016). Tourism and Arctic Observation Systems: Exploring the Relationship. Polar Research, 35, 24980, http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v35.24980

de la Barre, S. (2013). Minding the Boom: Governance, Organizations, and Tourism in Sweden’s Heart of Lapland. In Lemelin, H., Maher, P. and Liggett, D. (Eds), The 3rd International Polar Tourism Research Network (IPRTN) Conference Proceedings: From talk to action: How tourism is changing the Polar Regions (pp. 21-40). Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, Canada: Centre for Northern Studies Press.

de la Barre, S. and Brouder, P. (2013). Consuming Stories: Placing Food in the Arctic Tourism Experience. Journal of Heritage Tourism. 8 (2-3), 213-223. DOI: 10.1080/1743873X.2013.767811.

de la Barre, S. (2012). Wilderness and Cultural Tour Guides, Place Identity, and Sustainable Tourism in Remote Areas. Journal of Sustainable Tourism. 21(6), pp. 825-844. DOI: 10.1080/09669582.2012.737798

de la Barre, S. (2005). Not Ecotourism?: Wilderness Tourism in Canada’s Yukon Territory. Journal of Ecotourism, 4(2) 92-107. DOI: 10.1080/14724040409480342

de la Barre, S. (2005). Authenticity in Cultural Tourism and Aboriginal Empowerment in Northern Canada. In Castleden, H., Danby, R., Giles, A. & Pinard, J.P. (eds.). New Northern Lights: Graduate Research on Circumpolar Studies from the University of Alberta. Canadian Circumpolar Institute (CCI) Occasional Publication #57 (pp. 48-65). Edmonton, AB: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press.

de la Barre, S. (2004). Community Involvement and Collaborative Tourism Planning in Canada’s Yukon Territory. In R. Danby, H. Castleden, A. R. Giles, & J. Rausch (eds.). Proceedings of the 2003 Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies International Student Conference on Northern Studies (pp. 50-66). Edmonton, Alberta: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press.

Book Chapters

Hull, J., de la Barre, S., and Maher, P. (Under review). Creative Tourism and Indigenous Peoples in Canada’s Arctic. In Viken, A. and Muller, D. (eds). Indigenous Tourism. Channel View Publications.

Carson, D.A., Cleary, J., de la Barre, S., Eimermann, M., & Marjavaara, R. (2016, in press). New Mobilities – New Economies? Temporary populations and local innovation capacity in sparsely populated areas. In A. Taylor, D.B. Carson, P. Ensign, L. Huskey, R.O. Rasmussen & G. Eilmsteiner-Saxinger (Eds.), Settlements at the Edge: Remote human settlements in developed nations. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.

de la Barre, S. (2012). Chapter 12: Travellin’ Around on Yukon Time. In Fulagar, S., Markwell, K. and Wilson, E. (eds). Mobilities: Experiencing Slow Travel and Tourism (pp. 157-169). Bristol: Channel View Publications.

Hinch, T.D. & de la Barre, S. (2007). Sporting Events as Tourist Attractions in Canada’s Northern Periphery. In D. Muller & B. Jansson (eds.). Tourism in Peripheries: Perspectives from the Far North and South, (pp. 190-201). Oxfordshire, UK:CABI Publishing.

Marsh, S. & de la Barre, S. (2006). Banks Island Tourism: A Cold Water Island Case Study. In Baldacchino, G. (ed), Extreme, Cold Water, Island Tourism (pp. 75-86). Oxford: Elsevier Publications.

Hinch, T. & de la Barre, S. (2004). Culture, Sport and Tourism: The Case of the Arctic Winter Games. In J.E.S. Higham (ed). Sport Tourism Destinations: Issues, Opportunities and Analysis (pp. 260-273). Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann.

Guest Editor – Special Issue

Brouder, P., Carson, D., and de la Barre, S. (in progress, 2017). Communities and New Development Paths in the Sparsely Populated North. Journal of Rural and Community Development.

de la Barre, S. (2012). Special Issue: Tourism and Travel in the Circumpolar North. The Northern Review (Spring) 35.

Antomarchi, V. et de la Barre, S. (co-editors) (2010). Tourisme et femmes. TÉOROS, 29(2).  (Tourism and Women)

Non-Refereed Publications

de la Barre, S. and Brouder, P. (2015). Culinary Tourism. In  Jafari J. and Xiao, H. Encyclopedia of Tourism.  Available from: http://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-319-01669-6_44-1

de la Barre, S. (2012). Introduction: Creating Tourism Scholarship Through Circumpolar Inspiration and Relevance to People and Their Communities, in Special Issue: Tourism and Travel in the Circumpolar North. The Northern Review (Spring) 35, 3-13.

de la Barre, S. (2012). Book review of Festival Places: Revitalising Rural AustraliaTitle of the Bookby Chris Gibson and John Connell (eds). Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. 10 (4) 341-343. DOI: 10.1080/14766825.2012.726474

de la Barre, S. (2012). Book review of Creativity in Peripheral Places: Redefining the Creative Industries by Chris Gibson. Tourism Planning and Development. 9 (4) 441-443. DOI:10.1080/21568316.2012.726258

de la Barre, S. (2011). Book review of Tourists and Travellers: Women’s Non-Fictional Writing about Scotland, 1770-1830 by Betty Hagglund. Annals of Tourism Research, 38, 331-346. DOI: 10.1016/j.annals.2010.11.005

Antomarchi, V. et de la Barre, S. (2010). Présentation: Tourisme et femmes. TÉOROS, 29(2) 87-92. (Introduction: Tourism and Women).

Conference Presentations – Refereed

de la Barre, S. (2016). Creative Yukon: Shifting Economies and Celebrating Cultures. 5th International Polar Tourism Research Network (IPTRN), August 29-September 3, Akureyri, Iceland

Maher, P., de la Barre, S., Rantala, O. (2016). UArctic Northern Tourism Field schoo Pilot.  5th International Polar Tourism Research Network (IPTRN), August 29-September 3, Akureyri, Iceland

de la Barre, S. (2014). Tourism entrepreneurs’ perspectives on tourism and mining in the heart of Lapland, Sweden. International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences VIII (ICASS). UNBC/Prince George, Canada (May 22-27).

de la Barre, S. and Sandberg, L. (2013). Mining the Ore and Pining for Women: Feminizing Place and Attracting Women to the Swedish Periphery. 5th Nordic Geographers Meeting, June 11-14, Reykjavik, Iceland.

de la Barre, S. (2013). Riding the Boom: Tourism entrepreneurs’ perspectives on the role of tourism support organizations during intense mining investment periods in Arctic regions. 5th Nordic Geographers Meeting, June 11-14, Reykjavik, Iceland.

de la Barre, S. (2012). Riding the Boom: Entrepreneurs and their role in sustaining tourism development in Arctic regions during intense mining investment periods. International Polar Year 2012 Conference (poster presentation), April 21-26, Montreal, QC.

de la Barre, S. (2012). Identifying Factors that Sustain Interest in Tourism Development during a Mining Boom: The Case of Norrbotten (Sweden). International Polar Tourism Research Network (IPTRN) Conference, April 16-21, Nain, Nunatsiavut (Canada).

de la Barre, S. (2012). Changing Landscapes, Transformed Meanings, and Expanded Identities on Canada’s Yukon Frontier. Mapping Northern Places: Memory, Abandonment, Oblivion. Imaginaires du Nord, March 28-30, Université du Québec à Montréal, QC.

de la Barre, S. (2011). Masculinist Narratives, Exclusion and Privilege on Canada’s Northern Frontier. Places, People, Stories Conference. Linnaeus University, Kalmar, Sweden. September 28-30.

de la Barre, S. (2011). Exploring Tourism Development in Mining Intense Regions – Designing a Research Project. The 20th Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality Research. Rovaniemi, Finland. September 21-24.

de la Barre, S. (2011). A Natural Alliance: Nature and Wellness Tourism Product Development in Remote Wilderness Destinations. The 20th Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality Research. Rovaniemi, Finland. September 21-24.

de la Barre, S. (2011). Wilderness and Cultural Tour Guides, Place Identity, and Sustainable Tourism in Remote Areas. Second International Forum on Guides. April 7-9. Plymmouth, UK.

de la Barre, S. (2010). Guide place identity and Sustainable Tourism Development. The 19th Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality Research. September 22-25. Akureyri, Iceland.

de la Barre, S. (2009). When the field is home: My Yukon research experience. Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS) Conference. Whitehorse, Yukon, October 1-5, 2009.

de la Barre, S. (2008). Guide place identity and sustainable tourism in Canada’s Yukon Territory. Inaugural meeting of the International Polar Tourism Research Network Conference, Kanjiksujuak, Nunavik. 21-25 August.

de la Barre, S. (2007). The historical and cultural construction of isolation as a Yukon place value. Canadian Association of Geographer’s Annual General Meeting and Conference. Saskatoon, SK. 30 May – 02 June.

de la Barre, S. (2006). The historical and cultural construction of isolation as a Yukon place value. Paper presented at the Yukon Historical Museums Association Discovering Northern Gold conference, Whitehorse, Yukon, October 13-14.

de la Barre, S. (2005). Exploring “isolation” as a place value in Canada’s Yukon Territory. Paper presented at the 8th World Wilderness Congress, Anchorage, Alaska, October 3-5.

de la Barre, S. (2004). Selling isolation: Place values and tourism in Canada’s Yukon Territory. International Geographer’s Union Pre-meeting Conference, Loch Lomond, Scotland, August 11-13.

de la Barre, S. (2003). Community involvement and collaborative tourism planning in Canada’s Yukon Territory. Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies (ACUNS). Edmonton, Alberta, October 24-26.

de la Barre, S. (1994). Women as tourists in a post-colonial world: Insights for Defining Sustainable Tourism. 2nd Global Conference: Building a Sustainable World through Tourism, International Institute for Peace through Tourism. Montreal, Quebec, September 12-16.

Conference Session Organizer

de la Barre, S. (2016). Panel organizer and chair: Developing university-community tourism research agendas. 5th IPTRN Conference, Akureyri, Iceland (August 29).

Brouder, P., Carson, D. and de la Barre, S. (2015). The Changing North: New Development Paths in Peripheral Communities. Canadian Association of Geographers (CAG) Annual General Meeting and Conference, Vancouver, BC (June 1-5).

Maher, P., de la Barre, S., Müller, D. (2014). Session: Tourism as a Dimension of Northern Sustainability: Political, Governance and Environmental Issues. International Congress of Arctic Social Sciences VIII (ICASS). UNBC/Prince George, Canada (May 22-27).

de la Barre, S. (2012). Planning for the ‘Bust’ while in the ‘Boom’: Economic diversification, tourism, and regional and community economic development. 21st Nordic Symposium in Tourism and Hospitality Research, Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden. November 7-11.

de la Barre, S. and Eriksson, M. (2011). Narratives of Place/Stories about Gender. People. Places. Stories. Linnaeus University, Kalmar, Sweden. September 28-30.

Poster Presentations – Refereed

de la Barre, S.and Brouder, P. (2012). Consuming Stories: Placing Food in the Arctic Tourism Experience, International Polar Year 2012 Conference (poster presentation), April 21-26, Montreal, QC.

de la Barre, S. (2012). Riding the Boom: Entrepreneurs and their role in sustaining tourism development in Arctic regions during intense mining investment periods. International Polar Year 2012 Conference (poster presentation), April 21-26, Montreal, QC.

Other Presentations – Select Entries

de la Barre, S., Sköld, P., Müller, D., Keskitalo, C., Paglia, E., and Bergh, K. (2014). Arctic Futures, Sustainabilities and Strategic Environmental Resaerch: Salience, Stakeholders and Sustainabilities. Plenary panel presentation, ICASS, May 22-26. Prince George, BC, Canada.

de la Barre, S. (2013). MISTRA research: Mini-symposium – Tourism development in Norrbotten. Luleå and Pajala, Sweden (May 20-21).

de la Barre, S. (2013). Place identity, wilderness and cultural tour guides, and sustainable tourism in the Yukon. Yukon College Brown Bag Lunch Speaker Series, Yukon College, Yukon (October 23).

de la Barre, S. (2012). Research summary: Sweden and Yukon. Yukon Government, Cultural Services Branch and Regional Economic Development (December 12 and 18).

de la Barre, S. (2011). Tourism in Peripheral Areas, Övertorneå Wilderness Guide School, Övertorneå, Norrbotten, Sweden (December 10).

de la Barre, S. (2010). Slow Food, the Slow Movement, and Tourism. Guest lecture – Erasmus field school, Kusadasi, Turkey (December 12).

Research Assistance

Brooke, L. (1993).  The Participation of Indigenous Peoples and the Application of Their Environmental Knowledge in the Arctic Environmental Protection Strategy. Ottawa: Inuit Circumpolar Conference and Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (August).

de la Barre, K. (1992). Silatunirmut: The Pathway to Wisdom. Montreal: The Nunavik Educational Task Force, Makivik Corporation. (February)

Peer Review Service

Annals of Tourism Research (2014), Canadian Geographer (2010), Event Management Review (2010), Gender, Place and Culture (2015, 2014), Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change (2013), Journal of Sustainable Tourism (2016), Northern Review (2015, 2014, 2013, 2010, 2008), Polar Geography (2011, 2006), Sustainability (2016 x 2), The Polar Journal (2015)

Other:

  • Abstract review committee, IPTRN Conference  (4th conference 2014, 5th conference 2016)
  • Chapter in Demystifying Theories in Tourism Research (2014)
  • Scientific committee, Rural Tourism Conference, Portugal (2013)