Publications

 

 

  • Hewlett, D 2017. Broadly Engaging with Tranquillity. In: McKenzie, F & Odell, S. ed. Tranquillity - an overview - technical briefing note (Revised Jan. 2017). London. Landscape Institute, 9-32.

 

  • Hewlett, D 2016. Making sense of where we live! Where we live now: perspectives on place and policy (British Academy), 42-46. 

  • Hewlett, D.(2017) Making sense of the place in which we live: 'more than a feeling!'. Where we live now: perspectives on place and policy, 42-46. British Academy.

  • Hewlett, D. (2017) Where we live now: making the case for place-based policy. Where we live now: making the case for place-based policy. British Academy.

  • Hewlett, D., Harding L., Munro, T., Terradillos, A., Wilkinson, K. 2016. Broadly engaging with tranquillity in protected landscapes: A matter of perspective identified in GIS. Landscape and Urban Planning 158, February 2017, 185-201.

  • Wilkinson, K. and Hewlett, D. (2015). More than a feeling! GIS modelling of public perception of tranquillity. Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society RGS-IBC Annual International Conference University of Exeter, 1-3 September 2015, Exeter.

  • Hewlett D (2015) Making sense of the place in which we live: more than a feeling. British Academy. 

  • Hewlett, D. (2015) Broadly Engaging with Tranquillity - more than a feeling. British Academy online publication.

  • Hewlett, D. (2015) Interpretations on Tranquil Space. Proceedings of the BSA Annual Conference 2015, Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression? 15-17 April 2015. BSA Publications Ltd., p. 287.

  • Hewlett, D. (2015) Broadly Engaging in the Subjective: the planning and management of landscapes. In: CHeriScape, Cultural Heritage in Landscape. Conference III: Landscape as Community, 19 - 20 May 2015, Oslo, Norway.

  • Hewlett, D., and Harding, L. 2015 Bridging the Gap: Collaborative Working Amongst Undergraduates, Academics, Practitioners and Research Councils, Proceedings of the Ninth International Technology, Education and Development Conference 2 March 2015

  • Hewlett, D. 2013 Contributor to: Borrini-Feyerabend et al. (2013) Governance of Protected Areas From understanding to action. Best Practice Protected Area Guidelines Series No. 20. Gland: IUCN.

  • Hewlett, D. 2013 Beyond prescription: community engagement in the planning and management of National Parks as tourist destinations. Tourism Planning and Development 10,1 pp 453-465

  • Hewlett, D. 2012 review of Tourist Destination Governance Practice, Theory and Issues edited by E, Laws, H Richins, J Agrusa & N Scott, Tourism Analysis 17,3.

  • Hewlett D. 2012 Beyond Prescription: Community Engagement in the Planning and Management of National Parks as Tourist Destinations. Tourism: Planning and Development (ranked 2nd in the ABS journal listings).

  • Hewlett D. 2003 Beyond the Rhetoric of Transboundary Visitor Management: The Case of Peneda-Geres, International Journal of Tourism Research 6 (6) 381-395.

  • 2016 Investigating tranquillity and making use of results in planning. Keynote Address at the Devon County Council and Network Forum, Totnes, September 2016.

  • 2016 The value of tranquillity to health and wellbeing. Keynote Address at the Landscapes for Life National Annual Conference, Newport, Shropshire, 28-30 June.

  • 2016 Making nexus-thinking practical: participatory research on making 'sense of place' - challenges, solutions, progression. Royal Geographical Society RGS-IBC Annual International Conference Participatory Geography Session Convened by: Dr Denise Hewlett, University of Winchester, Tom Munro Dorset AONB Manager, Richard Clarke Policy and Development Manager, National Association of AONBS; Heather Tidball, Urban Heaths EU LIFE project manager (retired).

  • 2015 Conference IV, Madrid (23 25 September 2015): Facing Global Change through Landscape Humanities and Social Sciences Centre of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

  • 2015 'More than a Feeling': GIS modelling of public perception of tranquillity. Royal Geographical Society RGS-IBC Annual International Conference University of Exeter September 2015

  • 2015 Broadly Engaging with Tranquillity: contributing to policy and practical use. Landscapes for Life National Annual Conference, University of Winchester 30 June - 2nd July 2015

  • 2015. Broadly Engaging with Tranquillity (BETP): an alternative approach to protected management. IUCN WCPA Little Sydney. Protecting Nature in Europe. Hainburg, Austria. 28-31 May 2015

  • 2015. Broadly Engaging in the subjective: the planning & management of landscapes. CHeriScape, Cultural Heritage in Landscape. Conference III: Landscape as Community. 19-20 May 2015, Oslo (Norway).

  • 2015 Broadly Engaging with Tranquillity: case of the DAONB. DAONB Annual Conference/ NIA Wild Purbeck/ BETP 11th March 2015.

  • 2015 Bridging the Gap: Collaborative Working amongst Undergraduates, Academics, Practitioners and Research Councils INTED 2015 Madrid, March 2015.

  • 2015 Broadly engaging with tranquillity: two projects for modelling public perceptions RKE Conference, Winchester University

  • 2015 Progressing the Voice of Public Engagement: A Strategy For Increasing The Breadth and Depth Of Stakeholder Engagement In The Planning And Management Of Tourism In Rural Protected Areas. International Conference on Sustainable Tourism Management,( ICSTM) Barcelona.

  • 2015 Broadly Engaging with Tranquillity Annual Conference of Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Winchester

  • 2015 Interpretations on Tranquil Places British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Glasgow.

  • 2013 Project managing rural events: from triangle and square route to project circles Making Waves ICE 2013 Bournemouth University, July 2013

  • 2013 ELearning for 360 degree visionaries Learning and Teaching Symposium, University of Winchester, April 2013

  • 2013 Enabling Corporate Sustainable and Civic Responsibilities in rural economies: the domain of the public sector RKE Symposium, University of Winchester, April 2013

  • 2012 Civic Engagement in the planning and management of protected areas: prescriptions, presumptions and practice. 12th Annual RKE Symposium, University of Winchester, June 2012

  • 2012 Systems of civic engagement and disengagement: the case of UK National Parks in Processes Influencing Democratic Ownership and Participation Conference (PIDOP), University of Surrey, UK 16-17 April 2012

  • 2011 Beyond the rhetoric of community-based approaches to CR and in the management of National Parks as tourist and recreational destinations. Corporate Responsibility Research Conference, 13th International Research Conference of CRRC, Leeds University, September 2011.

  • 2011 Project Society Network, University of Lancaster.

  • 2004 Collaboration moves Forward: Bridging the gap between research and practice. Tourism: State of the Art II Glasgow, June 2004.

  • 2003 Transboundary Visitor Management: Beyond the Rhetoric in Riding the Wave edited by CAUTHE, 2003 (with A. Fyall & J. Edwards). Initially presented at Riding the Wave, 13th International Research Conference of CAUTHE, Coffs Harbour, Australia, February 2003.

  • 2003. Community participation in the management of Transboundary Parks: Vth IUCN World Parks Congress, Durban, South Africa 2003