Hitchcock, Michael John

Professor, Cultural Policy and Tourism at Goldsmiths, University of London

Michael Hitchcock is Professor in Cultural Policy and Tourism at Goldsmiths, University of London. He conducts practice-based work on cultural tourism and cultural heritage management, especially with regard to Asia. He took his doctorate at the Pitt Rivers Museum at the University of Oxford in 1983 based on his research and a practice-based project in eastern Indonesia. He also worked as a research assistant at the museum before going to conduct his fieldwork. Michael Hitchcock has written and edited 14 books, including the bestselling Indonesian Textiles and Bali: The Imaginary Museum (with Lucy Norris). He has published over 50 papers in refereed journals and has numerous other published outputs, and has co-authored publications with Southeast Asian, Chinese and African researchers. He is interested the management of World Heritage Sites, and the relationship between culture and tourism and form of development and regeneration. He has secured grants from a variety of sources such as the ESRC, British Academy, British Council/DfID, European Commission and the Macau Foundation, and has been a Strategic Referee for the AHRC. He is a qualified ESRC recognized PhD supervisor and has supervised 17 PhD students to completion.

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The Chinese Female Tourist Gaze: A Netnography of Young Women’s Blogs on Macao

Yang Zhang; Michael John Hitchcock