Call for Book Chapters: Humanistic Perspectives in Hospitality and Tourism
Editors: Kemi Ogunyemi, Omowunmi Ogunyemi and Ebele Okoye
Publishers: in review with Palgrave Macmillan
The book presents a deepened understanding of the value of work in the field of hospitality, relying on a framework of philosophical anthropology, the concept of humanistic leadership and the pillars of humanistic management. It will enrich the understanding of the implications of the work and its impact on the persons who carry it out, their colleagues and the people they work for. It does so by exploring the role of service for both personal growth and the professional’s contribution to the development of their colleagues (internal customers) and the people they serve (external customers and society). It also presents robust theoretical and practical implications for professionalism and leadership in hospitality, since it focuses on aspects of both personal and societal development while connecting them to human flourishing and responsibility respectively.
If you are interested in contributing a chapter to this book, please EITHER select an option from the ones in the PDF below and send in an expanded abstract of 500 words OR send in a 500-word abstract suggesting what you would like to write about, in line with the book’s concept, to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 29th of April, 2021. This abstract should be accompanied by a 300-word bio introducing you. Authors of accepted abstracts will be notified by the 1st of May and invited to submit full chapters by the 29th of July 2021.
For full details of the call, download PDF.