In my capacity as editorial director, I introduced AlmaTourism, the first journal of tourism released by Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, the most ancient University in the world. AlmaTourism aspires to become an innovative and international platform (i.e. open source) for studies and researches concerned with cultural heritage, tourism and development. The journal is available in both English and native language. Thanks to the net of academic and scientific relationships established both in Italy and abroad, the branch of Rimini can rely upon a national and international advisory board. AlmaTourism is particularly inclined to publish articles focused on tourism‐related issues within a “heritage perspective” and an innovative cross‐cutting point of view, both at the theoretical and practical level. The project thus targets publications from all fields of study linked with tourism such as geography, history, economics, law, political sciences, management, marketing, mathematics, statistics, information technologies, anthropology, sociology, psychology, environment studies. More generally, any research activity conducted in the social and human sciences area is invited to take part in the project.

AlmaTourism, a new interdisciplinary scientific journal in the field of Tourism, Culture and Territorial Development for a Common Future

DALLARI, FIORELLA
2009

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In my capacity as editorial director, I introduced AlmaTourism, the first journal of tourism released by Alma Mater Studiorum – University of Bologna, the most ancient University in the world. AlmaTourism aspires to become an innovative and international platform (i.e. open source) for studies and researches concerned with cultural heritage, tourism and development. The journal is available in both English and native language. Thanks to the net of academic and scientific relationships established both in Italy and abroad, the branch of Rimini can rely upon a national and international advisory board. AlmaTourism is particularly inclined to publish articles focused on tourism‐related issues within a “heritage perspective” and an innovative cross‐cutting point of view, both at the theoretical and practical level. The project thus targets publications from all fields of study linked with tourism such as geography, history, economics, law, political sciences, management, marketing, mathematics, statistics, information technologies, anthropology, sociology, psychology, environment studies. More generally, any research activity conducted in the social and human sciences area is invited to take part in the project.
2009
F. Dallari
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