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Research Profile

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.


Conference Presentations

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.).