Books & Book Chapters

Dark Tourism

Books and Chapters


Lennon, J.J. with Hooper, G. (2016 forthcoming) Dark Tourism : narratives and context revisited, Continuum.

Chapter in Books

Fedeli, G. (2016), 'The role and potential of ICTs in the tourism industry: the visitor attractions sector', Business, Economy and Society: Issues for Research in a Knowledge and Information Society, 49-54. ISBN: 978-84-608-2099-4

Lennon, J. J., Weber, D. (2016) The Long Shadow: Marketing Dachau, in Lennon J J and Hooper G (2016 forthcoming) Dark Tourism : narratives and context revisited, Continnum

Lennon, J. J. (2016) Transforming Waterways and brownfield sites : tourism based regeneration of Scottish Canals in Hooper G (Ed) Heritage and Tourism in Britain and Ireland: Nation, Conservation, Identity, Palgrave Macmillan

Lennon, J.J. (2016) Dark Tourism Visualisation: some reflections on the role of photography in Stone P (Ed) Handbook of Dark Tourism Studies, Palgrave Macmillan

Lennon, J. J. (2016) Dark Tourism and Architecture of the National Socialist Period in Germany in Aumann P (Ed) Architecture of the National Socialist Period in Germany (1933-45), Peenemunde Press, Germany

Lennon, J. and McKeane, A. (2016) Developing and managing visitor attractions as a core element of waterway transformation: the case of Scottish Canals in Waterways as Cultural Landscapes:
European Historical Waterways from Traditional Knowledge to Heritage Tourism Francesco Vallerani, Francesco Visentin (Eds.) Routledge, London

Lennon, J. (2016) How would our industries be affected? Tourism in Jeffery C and Perman R(Eds) Britain’s Decision Facts and Impartial Analysis for the EU referendum on 23 June 2016 David Hume Institute, Edinburgh

‌Lennon, J. J., Wei, D., Litteljohn, D. (2012) Dark Tourism: The case of the memorial to the victims of Nanjing (Nanking) Massacre, China in White l and Frew E (2012) Dark Tourism and Place Identity: Marketing,Managing and interpreting dark places, Routledge, Oxford.

Lennon, J. J., (2010) Dark Tourism and Sites of Crime in Botterill D and Jones T (Eds) (2010) Tourism and Crime, Goodfellow Publishers, Oxford

Rainford, S. & Wight, A.C., (2009) Environmental Management in Micro and Small Tourism Enterprises: Owner Manager Perspectives, in Environmental Management in Tourism. David Leslie (Ed), Routledge

Wight, A.C.(2009) Competing National Narratives: An Ethical Dimension, in Shedding Light on Dark Tourism. Richard Sharpley (Ed), Aspects of Tourism Series, Channel View Publications

Wight, A.C.(2008) Re-Engineering Authentic Tourism Encounters with Cuisine in Regional Great Britain. in ‘Food for Thought: Cross-Disciplinary Essays on Eating and Culture’, Lawrence Rubin Eds. McFarland

Lennon, J. J. & Mitchell, M., (2007) Dark Tourism – The Role of Sites of Death in Tourism. London:  Routledge.

Lennon, J. J. & Smith, H., (2007) Shades of Dark: Interpretation and Commemoration at the sites of  Concentration Camps at Terezin and Lety Czech Republic in Representing the Unimaginable:  Narratives of Disaster. Peter Lang, Frankfurt (Ed.) pp.67-85.

Wight, A.C. (2007) The Legerdemain in the Rhetoric of Battlefield Museums: Historical Pluralism and Cryptic Parti Pris In Battlefield Tourism: History, Place and Interpretation (Chris Ryan Ed.) Advances in Tourism Research, Elsevier

Lennon, J. J. Smith, H. Cockerell, N. & Trew, J., (2006) Benchmarking National Tourism Organisations and Agencies Advances in Tourism Research. Elsevier.

Food for ThoughtLennon, J. J. & Seaton, A .V. (2004) Thanatourism in the Early 21st Century: Moral Panics, Ulterior Motives and Alterior Desires, In New Horizons in Tourism:  Strange Experiences and Stranger Practices.  TV Singh (Ed.). London: CABI.

Lennon , J. J., (2003). Responding to Market Downturn:  Private and Public Sector Marketing Partnerships, the Case of Glasgow's Leading Attractions in Niche Tourism in Question, Donald V L Mcleod (Ed.). Glasgow University: Crichton Publications.

Lennon, J. J.& Foley, M., (2002). Dark Tourism. London: Continuum.

Lennon, J. J., 2002. Tourism Training in Developing Countries:  A Commercial Solution to Training Needs.  in Human Resource Management: International Perspectives in Hospitality and Tourism, D'Annunzio-Green Norma, Watson Sandra and Maxwell Gill (Eds.). London, Continuum

Lennon, J. J., (2001). Tourism Statistics:  International Perspectives and Current Issues. London: Continuum.