Ms Émilie Crossley
Conference Papers / Publications
Articles and Chapters
Crossley, É. (In press) ‘Poor but happy: volunteer tourists’ encounters with poverty’, Tourism Geographies.
Crossley, É. (2012) ‘Affect and moral transformations in young volunteer tourists’, in Picard, D. and Robinson, M. (eds) Emotion in Motion: The Passions of Tourism and Travel, Ashgate: London.
Crossley, É. (2011) ‘Volunteer tourists’ affective responses to hosts’, paper presented at Cardiff School of Social Sciences Doctoral Student Conference, Cardiff University, 11 Nov 2011.
Crossley, É. (2011) ‘Towards a psychosocial theorisation of tourist subjectivity’, paper presented at Tourism Futures: Enhancing Creative and Critical Action - IV International Critical Tourism Studies (CTS) Conference, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, 2-5 Jul 2011.
Crossley, É. (2010) ‘Poor but happy: negotiating poverty in a volunteer tourism setting’, paper presented at Destination Slum: The Production and Consumption of Poverty in Travel and Tourism, University of the West of England, 9-11 Dec 2010.
Crossley, É. (2010) ‘Using dreams to interpret fieldwork dynamics in psychosocial research’, paper presented at PostGrad Café, Cardiff University, 20 Oct 2010.
Crossley, É. (2010) ‘Gap year volunteers: a longitudinal psychosocial approach’, paper presented at Vitae Spotlight on Social Sciences, Cardiff University, 27 May 2010.
Crossley, É. (2010) ‘PhD workshop’, workshop held at Affective and Affecting Research: Researching Affect in the Social Sciences – Colloquium, Cardiff University, 26 Mar 2010 (with Franklin, L. and Love, C.).