26th – 28th OCTOBER 2012 • LECCE – TRICASE

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26th – 28th OCTOBER 2012 • LECCE – TRICASE
26th – 28th OCTOBER 2012 • LECCE – TRICASE
The 2nd Lecce Conference on Religious Tourism
Sustainable Religious Tourism
Commandments, Obstacles & Challenges
ORGANIZERS
UNIVERSITY OF SALENTO, LECCE, ITALY • 26th -28th October 2012
University of Salento, Italy
IN COLLABORATION WITH
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE
Alma Mater University of Bologna, Italy
University of Haifa, Center for Tourism, Pilgrimage &
Recreation Research (CTPRR) Israel
Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich, Germany
University of Waikato, New Zealand
ATLAS – Religious Tourism and Pilgrimage SIG
Via Francigena Pugliese Association
Academy of Fine Arts. Lecce
Anna Trono, University of Salento, Italy
Fiorella Dallari, “Alma Mater” University of Bologna, Italy
Yoel Mansfled, University of Haifa, Israel
Alison McIntosh, University of Waikato, New Zeland
Jürgen Schmude, Uniersity of Munich, Germany
Kevin Griffin, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
CONFERENCE AIM
Following the great success of the 1 st Lecce conference on religious tourism, the 2nd
and upcoming conference will focus on the relationships between religious tourism and
its host environment. Recently, studies have indicated that religious tourism may both
positively and negatively affect the environment which hosts it. The array of impacts
is complex since religious tourism interacts simultaneously with the physical, sociocultural and economic environments. It is the uniqueness of religious tourism and its
host environments which calls for special attention to be paid to the effects on the environment in the wake of such ‘tourist ’ activity. Therefore, the aim of this conference is
to initiate a discourse on the theoretical and applied aspects of these special relations.
The conference will also present case studies where such interactions occur. A further
aim will be to also discuss these various interactions on cross- and multi-dimensional levels. Finally, the conference will propose planning and management solutions which can
meliorate religious tourism experiences, on the one hand, and allow sustainable operation of such activity for the benef it of all stakeholders involved, on the other hand.
AUDITORIUM, MUSEO SIGISMONDO CASTROMEDIANO – 11,30 a.m. - 01,00 p.m.
PINACOTECA, MUSEO SIGISMONDO CASTROMEDIANO – 11,30 a.m. - 01,00 p.m.
SATURDAY – OCTOBER 27
SESSION I.A.
THEORETICAL APPROACH TO SUSTAINABLE RELIGIOUS TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Sergio Conti, University of Turin, Italy
Tourism and Religion - a Hostile Relationship?
Jan W. te Kloeze, International Tourism, Heteren, The
Netherlands
Religious tourism and sustainability in iconic representations
Lorenzo Bagnoli and Rita Capurro, University of MilanoBicocca, Milan, Italy
Sustainable Religious Tourism: Toward a Regional Approach
Yoel Mansfeld, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel
Lay pilgrimages and religious tourism. Paradoxes of sustainability between different forms of land crossing
Luigi Bartolomei and Alberto Bortolotti, University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy
SESSION I.B.
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF RELIGIOUS TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Dallen J. Timothy,
Arizona State University, USA
Sustainable religious routes: ecological ethics at the Lithuanian Calvaries
Liutikas Darius, Lithuanian Social Research Centre, Vilnius,
Lithuania
Risk Perception, Crises, and Sustainable Religious Tourism
Yoel Mansfeld, Aliza Jonas, Lee Cahaner, University of Haifa,
Haifa, Israel
Environmental sustainability of the religious pilgrimage in
Albania
Romeo Hanxhari, Oriana Hanxhari, University of Tirana,
Tirana, Albania
Gardens and Sacred Site Management in Christianit. The
Case of the Mt. of Beatitudes and the Garden Tomb
Amos S. Ron, Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee,
Ashkelon, Israel
Problems of sustainability of religious tourism in the area of
Dibra (Albania)
Denis Lushi, University of Tirana, Tirana, Albania
AUDITORIUM, MUSEO SIGISMONDO CASTROMEDIANO – 03,45 a.m. - 05,00 p.m.
PINACOTECA, MUSEO SIGISMONDO CASTROMEDIANO – 03,45 a.m. - 05,00 p.m.
SESSION II.A.
ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF RELIGIOUS TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Tadeja Jere Lazanski, University of Primoska, Slovenia
SESSION II.B.
CULTURAL HERITAGE AND
SUSTAINABLE RELIGIOUS TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Pilar Taboada-de-Zúñiga,
University of Santiago de Compostela. Spain
Calculating economic effects Which benef its do church visitors bring to the city of Naumburg?
Hans Christina, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich,
Munich, Germany
Religious Tourism in Iran. Necessities and Facilities
Mina Yazdani, Islamic Azad University, Dehaghan Branch,
Iran
Segmenting visitors of cultural events: The case of Christmas
market visitors in Merano, Northern Italy
Juan Gabriel Brida, Marta Disegna, Raffaele Scuderi, School
of Economics and Management, Free University of Bolzano, Bolzano, Italy
St. Ef isio di Elia. When religious tourism def ies commodif ication
Olga Denti, Luisanna Fodde, University of Cagliari, Cagliari,
Italy
Cultural representations of a religious and tourist destination: the images of Nazaré (Portugal)
Isilda Leitão, Estoril Higher Institute for Tourism and Hotel
Studies (ESHTE), Estoril, Portugal
German Pilgrims to the Holy Land in Late Middle Ages
Lorenzo Lozzi Gallo, University of Bari, Bari, Italy
Architecture and Image along the Via Francigena in the South
of Italy during the Late Middle Ages.
The Dominican Church of St. Domenico in Taranto
Luigi Oliva, Association of Via Francigena Pugliese, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy
Virtual reconstruction and 3D rendering of Bari’s cathedral in
the eighteenth century: a development model of an ecclesiastical cultural object
Sofia Di Sciascio, University of Bari, Bari, Italy
Michele Virgilio, Polytechnic of Bari, Bari, Italy
AUDITORIUM, MUSEO SIGISMONDO CASTROMEDIANO – 05,45 p.m. - 07,00 p.m.
PINACOTECA, MUSEO SIGISMONDO CASTROMEDIANO – 05,45 p.m. - 07,00 p.m.
SESSION III.A.
THE SOCIO-CULTURAL IMPACTS OF RELIGIOUS TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Amos Ron, University of Haifa, Israel
The social sustainability of religious events. A case study
Katia Rizzello, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy
Reflections on Post-modern pilgrimage as a Sustainable
Option for Receiving Countries
Claudia Damari, University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy
Yoel Mansfeld, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel
Sustaining the Religious sites in Malta
Vincent Zammit, Centre for Cultural and Heritage Studies,
Institute of Tourism Studies, Malta
Pushkar as a t rtha and as a backpacker enclave: material
and ideological strategies of an uncommon cohabitation
Maria Angelillo, University of Milan, Milan, Italy
SESSION III.B.
PLANNING RELIGIOUS TOURISM IN A SUSTAINABLE MANNER
Chair and Discussant Kevin Griff in, Dublin Institute of Technology, Ireland
Religious tourism in Catalonia, a proposal of indicators for a
sustainable management
Aulet Serrallonga Silvia, Vidal Casellas Dolors, University of
Girona, Girona, Spain
Sustaining the Religious Tourism Experience: Reflections from
the RECULTIVATUR project
Clarke Alan, Janscik András, Labodi István and Raffay Ágnes,
University of Pannonia, Hungary
Incorporating the Parochial Landscape into Religious Tourism:
Case-studies from Interpretation Projects in Wales And Wales
–a pilgrimage country-afresh?
Wooding Jonathan, University of Wales Trinity Saint David,
Ceredigion, United Kingdom
Winton John, Churches Tourism Network Wales
Hindu Pilgrimages and Sacred Sites in India: Planning the
Sustainable Religious Tourism
Rana Singh, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India
PALAZZO GALLONE - TRICASE – 11,45 a.m. - 12,30 p.m.
Paying for visiting or visits for free. Is there a legitimization
for admission fees on sacred places?
Susanne Frank, Jürgen Schmude, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, Munich, Germany
Sacred space turns into exhibition place – a temporary cultural event inside Naumburg Cathedral
Guido Siebert, Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms University,
Bonn, Germany
The religious tourism destinations between sacred and
secular management in the contemporary age the cases of
Lourdes and san Giovanni Rotondo
Fiorella Dallari, Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna, Advanced School of Tourism Sciences, Rimini, Italy
Alessandra Gola, ISSR Marvelli, Rimini, Italy
SUNDAY – OCTOBER 28
SESSION IV.A.
THE ROLE OF RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS IN THE
DEVELOPMENT AND OPERATION IN SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Yoel Mansfeld, University of
Haifa, Israel
PALAZZO GALLONE - TRICASE – 11,45 a.m. - 12,30 p.m.
SESSION IV.B.
PILGRIMAGE ROUTES, LANDSCAPES, ARCHITECTURE,
RELIGIOUS SITES AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Fiorella Dallari,
Alma Mater Sudiorum University of Bologna, Italy
Accompanying religious and non-religious groups to visit
sacred and touristic spaces
Carla Braga, Estoril Higher Institute for Hotel and Tourism
Studies, Estoril, Portugal
“Lungo la via dell’angelo”. The pilgrimage along Saint Michael’s ways: a network of pathways and architectures throughout Europe
Silvia Beltramo, Polytechnic University of Turin, Turin, Italy
Towards a vital form of sustainable religious tourism: the
development of contemplative tourism in Limburg-The Netherlands
Jan Gooren and Wil Munsters, Zuyd University of Applied
Sciences, Centre for Research on Tourism and Culture,
Maastricht, The Netherlands
Sustainable religious tourism in Piedmont: from the stages of
the Via Francigena to the destination of the Holy Shroud
Caterina Simonetta Imarisio,University and Polytechnic of
Turin, Turin, Italy
The history of religious guidebooks in Italy from the Jubilee
of 1900 to today
Davide Bagnaresi and Silvia Monetti, Alma Mater Sudiorum
University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy
Places of worship and integrated local tourism systems in
Apulia
Liberata Nicoletti, University of Salento, Lecce, Italy
The Religious Sustainable Tourism: Analysis and Proposals for
the Heritage of Pompei
Fabio Converti, University of Naples, Naples, Italy
PALAZZO GALLONE - TRICASE – 11,45 a.m. - 12,30 p.m.
PALAZZO GALLONE - TRICASE – 11,45 a.m. - 12,30 p.m.
SPECIAL SESSION
RECULTIVATUR PROJECT - SEE/B/0011/4.3/X
Chair Gino Verrocchi, COPE European Consortium - Recultivatur Project
Round table with policy makers and stakeholders involved
in the implementation of common guidelines for religious
tourism development and the promotion of the Rites of
Holy Week in Puglia (activities 4.4 and 4.5). The project
“Holy Week in Puglia” promoted by the Cultural Association named “OPERA” has been identified as one of the
best practice within RECULTIVATUR project.
SPECIAL SESSION
VIA FRANCIGENA OF THE SOUTH
Chair Marco Leo Imperiale, Via Francigena Pugliese Association
Meeting on Via Francigena of the South with local stakeholders tour operators and travellers of international
pilgrimage and religious tourism
RESEARCH CENTRE “VIATOR STUDIES CENTRE...”
Chair Giuseppe Marella, VIATOR STUDIES CENTRE. Research and Development
of Via Francigena and Historical Routes
Meeting of the Scientific Committee of the Research
Centre VIATOR STUDIES CENTRE. Research and Development of Via Francigena and Historical Routes
PALAZZO GALLONE - TRICASE – 02,00 p.m. - 03,30 p.m.
PALAZZO GALLONE - TRICASE – 02,00 p.m. - 03,30 p.m.
SESSION V.A.
CASE STUDIES IN SUSTAINABLE RELIGIOUS TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Jürgen Schmude,
Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, Germany
SESSION V.B.
SITES OF PILGRIMAGE, HERITAGE INTERFACES
Chair and Discussant Rana Singh, Banaras Hindu University, India
The Sanctuaries of Southern Retia from catholic bulwark to
destination of cultural and religious tourism
Maria Chiara Zerbi, University of Milan, Milan, Italy
The Crypt and the Museum of Poggiardo: a case study about
the recovering and enhancing of the Byzantine frescoes
Jenny Manisco, University of Salento, Italy
On a pilgrimage from Santiago de Compostela to the Guggenheimt
Christina - Xanthoula Kanakidou, Architect, Georgia
Intimacy and Extravaganza during the Stay of the Virgen del
Rocio in Almonte
Eddy Plasquy, University of Leuven, Belgium
Local cultural identities: an alternative path for sustainable
religious tourism?
Luca Simone Rizzo, University of Padua, Padua, Italy
Raffaella Gabriella Rizzo, University of Brescia, Brescia,
Italy
IEvaluation of usage and management of pilgrimage sites in
Israel and Jordan: a comparative study
Sawsan Haider Khries, University of Paris 1-Panthéon
Sorbonne, Paris, France
The role of tourism on the process of heritagization of
pilgrimage sites in the colonial era -The case of Bulguksa and
SeokguramHyo Dan Cho, University of Paris 1- Panthéon Sorbonne,
Paris, France
The Land of Lo:
Buddhism, Sacred Art and Pilgrimage Travel Contested
Keith D. Leslie, Indus Institute, Katmandou, Nepal
PALAZZO GALLONE - TRICASE – 04,15 p.m. - 05,45 p.m.
PALAZZO GALLONE - TRICASE – 04,15 p.m. - 05,45 p.m.
SESSION VI.A.
RELIGIOUS ROUTES AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Alison McIntosh, University of Waikato, New Zealand
Planning religious tourist routes for the development of
Calabrian territory
Giuliana Quattrone, National Research Council, Reggio
Calabria, Italy
Routes between faith, heritage and tourism. Ten years of
experience
Margherita Azzari, Laura Cassi, University of Florence,
Florence, Italy
Religious-Based Routes: a methodology for studying through
digital cartography their capacity to foster richer forms of
sustainable tourism
Luca Simone Rizzo, University of Padua, Padua, Italy
Anna Trono, Università del Salento, Lecce, Italy
Jewish Heritage Tourism: A new product for urban and regional development
Shaul Krakover,Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer
Sheva, Israel
SESSION VI.B.
CULTURAL IDENTITY AND SUSTAINABLE TOURISM
Chair and Discussant Philipp Namberger, Ludwig Maximilians University of Munich, Germany
Religious tourism: cultural-devotional paths in the province
of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola as a lever for sustainable territorial
development
Stefania Cerruti, University of Piemonte Orientale- Amedeo Avogadro, Turin, Italy
Semiotics and interpretation in modern spirituality. Sustainable tourism on Via Maria in Central Eastern Europe
Anna Irimiás, Budapest College of Communication, Business and Arts-Tourism Institute, Budapest, Hungary
Cultural Religious Routes and its Sustainability: an Example
A. Bonifazi, C. Copeta, University of Bari, Bari. Italy
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