Dr Jane Lovell


NameDr Jane Lovell
Job titleReader
Research instituteChrist Church Business School
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0002-6341-7984

Research outputs

New animism research: listening and storytelling with non-human persons

Lovell, J. 2024. New animism research: listening and storytelling with non-human persons.

Fairy tourism: negotiating the production of fantasy geographies and magical storyscapes

Lovell, J. and Sharma, N. 2023. Fairy tourism: negotiating the production of fantasy geographies and magical storyscapes. Tourism Geographies. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616688.2023.2290662

The night is rising: How magical stories and new animism influence winter tourism light trails

Lovell, J. 2023. The night is rising: How magical stories and new animism influence winter tourism light trails.

The dissolution of the monastery: negotiating text in place, entropy, ruins and light installations

Lovell, J. 2022. The dissolution of the monastery: negotiating text in place, entropy, ruins and light installations.

When the story comes to you: affectively negotiating parallel worlds

Lovell, J. 2022. When the story comes to you: affectively negotiating parallel worlds.

Waterscapes, fairies and Philip Pullman

Lovell, J. 2022. Waterscapes, fairies and Philip Pullman.

Light as enchantment, light show designers as enchanters

Lovell, J. 2020. Light as enchantment, light show designers as enchanters.

Enchantment, light installations and imaginative authentication

Lovell, J. 2020. Enchantment, light installations and imaginative authentication.

How the tourism industry produces enchantment

Lovell, J. 2020. How the tourism industry produces enchantment.

Could it be magic? The light re-enchantment of places

Lovell, J. 2020. Could it be magic? The light re-enchantment of places.

Dissolving and transfiguring monasteries through light

Lovell, J. 2019. Dissolving and transfiguring monasteries through light.

The illuminated past: using light installations to interpret world heritage sites’

Lovell, J. 2019. The illuminated past: using light installations to interpret world heritage sites’.

World Heritage Sites, storytelling, the non-human and new animism

Lovell, J. 2023. World Heritage Sites, storytelling, the non-human and new animism.

Always the desert: creating affective landscapes in Breaking Bad

Lovell, J. and Fox, K. 2023. Always the desert: creating affective landscapes in Breaking Bad. in: Champion, E., Lee, C., Stadler, J. and Peaslee, R. M. (ed.) Screen Tourism and Affective Landscapes: The Real, the Virtual and the Cinematic Abingdon Routledge. pp. 121-135

Time: Lighting World Heritage

Lovell, J., Hurst, A. and Griffin, H. 2022. Time: Lighting World Heritage.

Opening spatial hinges with mindful writing practice: negotiating Philip Pullman’s secret commonwealth

Lovell, J. 2022. Opening spatial hinges with mindful writing practice: negotiating Philip Pullman’s secret commonwealth. Cultural Geographies. https://doi.org/10.1177/14744740221126988

Literary and film pilgrimage

Oulton, C. and Lovell, J. 2022. Literary and film pilgrimage.

Pilgrimage as transformation - a symposium to explore contemporary thinking

Lovell, J. 2022. Pilgrimage as transformation - a symposium to explore contemporary thinking. Canterbury Christ Church University 21 - 21 Sep 2022

Unfamiliar light: The production of enchantment.

Lovell, J. and Griffin, H. 2022. Unfamiliar light: The production of enchantment. Annals of Tourism Research. 92, p. 103328. https://doi.org/j.annals.2021.103328

Hyper-staged authenticity on the technological frontier in Westworld’s post-human theme park

Lovell, J. and Hitchmough, S. 2018. Hyper-staged authenticity on the technological frontier in Westworld’s post-human theme park. in: Yeoman, I. and McMahon-Beattie, U. (ed.) Science Fiction, Disruption and Tourism Channel View.

Evolving authenticity into the magical realm of fantasy-based third-order simulacra

Lovell, J. 2021. Evolving authenticity into the magical realm of fantasy-based third-order simulacra. in: Sharpley, R. (ed.) Routledge Handbook of the Tourist Experience Abingdon Routledge. pp. 77-88

Extending hot authentication: Imagining fantasy space

Lovell, J. and Thurgill, J. 2021. Extending hot authentication: Imagining fantasy space. Annals of Tourism Research. 87 (103138), pp. 1-17. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annals.2020.103138

Simulated authenticity: storytelling and mythic space on the hyper-frontier in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and Westworld.

Lovell, J. and Hitchmough, S. 2020. Simulated authenticity: storytelling and mythic space on the hyper-frontier in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and Westworld. Tourist Studies. https://doi.org/10.1177/1468797620937912

Symposium: light installations, magic and heritage

Lovell, J. 2020. Symposium: light installations, magic and heritage. Canterbury Christ Church University 14 Jul 2020

Opening the memory boxes: magically hyperreal authenticity, tourism and the Haida People

Lovell, J. 2019. Opening the memory boxes: magically hyperreal authenticity, tourism and the Haida People. in: Lovell, J. and Hitchmough, S. (ed.) Authenticity in North America Place, Tourism, Heritage, Culture and the Popular Imagination London Routledge. pp. 96-111

Authenticity in North America: place, tourism, heritage, culture and the popular imagination

Lovell, J. Lovell, J. and Hitchmough, S. (ed.) 2019. Authenticity in North America: place, tourism, heritage, culture and the popular imagination. London Routledge.

Expanding worlds: place and collaboration in (and after) the ‘text-as-spatial-event’

Thurgill, J. C. and Lovell, J. 2019. Expanding worlds: place and collaboration in (and after) the ‘text-as-spatial-event’ . Literary Geographies. 5 (1), pp. 16-20.

Fairytale authenticity: historic city tourism, Harry Potter, medievalism and the magical gaze

Lovell, J. 2019. Fairytale authenticity: historic city tourism, Harry Potter, medievalism and the magical gaze. Journal of Heritage Tourism. 14 (5-6), pp. 448-561. https://doi.org/10.1080/1743873X.2019.1588282

Fairy tale tourism: the architectural projection mapping of magically real and irreal festival lightscapes

Lovell, J. and Griffin, H. 2018. Fairy tale tourism: the architectural projection mapping of magically real and irreal festival lightscapes. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events. 11 (3), pp. 469-483. https://doi.org/10.1080/19407963.2018.1556674

Authenticity Collective Conference - introduction

Lovell, J. 2018. Authenticity Collective Conference - introduction.

Looping the loop of authenticity in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and Westworld

Lovell, J. and Hitchmough, S. 2018. Looping the loop of authenticity in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West and Westworld.

Magical places

Lovell, J. 2018. Magical places.

Hyperreal light simulacra: performing buildings in motion

Lovell, J. 2018. Hyperreal light simulacra: performing buildings in motion. in: Rickly-Boyd, J. and Vidon, E. (ed.) Authenticity and Tourism: Materialities, Perceptions, Experiences: 24 Emerald.

Opening the memory boxes: magical realism and the Haida people

Lovell, J. 2017. Opening the memory boxes: magical realism and the Haida people. University of Minnesota Press.

Visiting Fellow, British Library Eccles Centre of American studies

Lovell, J. 2018. Visiting Fellow, British Library Eccles Centre of American studies. British Library.

An American yell: Buffalo Bill and the Wild West in East Kent

Lovell, J. and Hitchmough, S. 2015. An American yell: Buffalo Bill and the Wild West in East Kent.

Future dreaming – East Kent’s City of Culture bid

Lovell, J. 2016. Future dreaming – East Kent’s City of Culture bid.

Magical realism and the Haida people

Lovell, J. 2017. Magical realism and the Haida people.

Magical realism and the Haida people

Lovell, J. 2017. Magical realism and the Haida people.

Authentic and inauthentic places in tourism: from heritage sites to theme parks

Lovell, J. and Bull, C. Lovell, J. and Bull, C. (ed.) 2017. Authentic and inauthentic places in tourism: from heritage sites to theme parks. London Routledge.

The role of the desert in Breaking Bad

Fox, K. and Lovell, J. 2015. The role of the desert in Breaking Bad.

A systematic review and meta-analysis of the potential local economic impact of tourism and leisure cycling and the development of an evidence-based market segmentation

Weed, M., Bull, C., Brown, M., Dowse, S., Lovell, J., Mansfield, L. and Wellard, I. 2014. A systematic review and meta-analysis of the potential local economic impact of tourism and leisure cycling and the development of an evidence-based market segmentation. Tourism Review International. 18 (1-2), pp. 37-55. https://doi.org/10.3727/154427214X13990420684482

The relationship between cycle tourism and sustainable transport in the UK

Weed, M., Bull, C., Brown, M., Dowse, S., Lovell, J., Mansfield, L. and Wellard, I. 2014. The relationship between cycle tourism and sustainable transport in the UK. Tourism Review International. https://doi.org/10.3727/154427214X13990420684644

The postmodern heritage city: From real to fake: Visual methodology

Lovell, J. 2009. The postmodern heritage city: From real to fake: Visual methodology.

The postmodern heritage city: From real to fake

Lovell, J. 2009. The postmodern heritage city: From real to fake.

The timelessness of the postmodern heritage city

Lovell, J. 2009. The timelessness of the postmodern heritage city.

The impact of hosting major sporting events on local residents: an analysis of the views and perceptions of Canterbury residents in relation to the Tour de France 2007

Bull, C. and Lovell, J. 2007. The impact of hosting major sporting events on local residents: an analysis of the views and perceptions of Canterbury residents in relation to the Tour de France 2007. Journal of Sport & Tourism. 12 (3-4), pp. 229-248. https://doi.org/10.1080/14775080701736973

Historic cities: From real to fake

Lovell, J. 2010. Historic cities: From real to fake. in: Lovell, J. and Stuart-Hoyle, M. (ed.) Leisure experiences: Space, place and performance Brighton, UK Leisure Studies Association. pp. 81-108

Leisure experiences: space, place and performance

Stuart-Hoyle, M. and Lovell, J. (ed.) 2010. Leisure experiences: space, place and performance. Brighton, UK Leisure Studies Association.

A systematic review of evidence for the potential of live sites to generate community and public health outcomes

Weed, M., Dowse, S., Chatziefstathiou, D., Lovell, J., Mansfield, L. and Wellard, I. 2010. A systematic review of evidence for the potential of live sites to generate community and public health outcomes. Dover National Health Service.

Post-modern heritage, chivalry, park and ride: Le Tour comes to Canterbury.

Lovell, J. 2008. Post-modern heritage, chivalry, park and ride: Le Tour comes to Canterbury. in: Ali-Knight, J., Robertson, M., Fyall, A. and Ladkin, A. (ed.) International Perspectives of Festivals and Events: Paradigms of Analysis London Elsevier. pp. 265-277

Liberating the heritage city: towards cultural engagement

Stuart-Hoyle, M. and Lovell, J. 2006. Liberating the heritage city: towards cultural engagement. in: Smith, M. and Robinson, M. (ed.) Cultural Tourism in a Changing World: Politics, Participation and (Re)presentation Clevedon Channel View.
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