The studentship is available to Students Worldwide where a full stipend, paid for three years at RCUK rates (for 2019/20, this is £15,009 pa) and full fees.
Obrador P. (2019) A Real Junk Food pop-up Café: Embedding experiential learning into the curriculum. Hospitality & Society.
Obrador P. & Vives, A. (2019). Festive traditions and Tourism in Mallorca: Ludic transgression and the disruption of otherness. Tourist Studies.
Obrador, P. (2017). The end of sustainability? A note on the changing politics of mass tourism in the Balearic Islands. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 9 (2), 205-208.
Obrador, P. (2012). The place of the family in tourism research: domesticity and thick sociality by the pool. Annals of Tourism Research, 39 (1), 401-420.
Obrador, P. & Carter, S. (2010). Cultural geographies in practice: art politics memory: Tactical tourism and the route of anarchism in Barcelona. Cultural Geographies, 17 (3), 1-7.
Obrador-Pons, P. (2009). Building castles in the sand: re-positioning touch on the beach. Senses and Society, 4 (3), 195 – 210.
Obrador Pons, P. (2007). A haptic geography of the beach: naked bodies, vision and touch. Social and Cultural Geography, 8(1), 123 -141.
Obrador Pons, P. (2003). Being-on-holiday: tourist dwelling, bodies and place. Tourist Studies, 3 (1), 47-66.