Marcus Hansen is a senior lecturer in tourism & events at Liverpool John Moores University. He is the host of the Accessible Tourism podcast. Marcus teaches and conducts research in relation to tourism and events management. His research interests are particularly around the topics of accessible tourism & events, including travelling with a vision impairment and making destinations dementia friendly. Marcus has published widely, including in key tourism journals such as Tourism Management and Annals of Tourism Research. Through his research, Marcus continues to work with various organisations in an effort to make tourism more accessible to people with disabilities.
Hi Jodie, thanks for this! Much appreciated. Yes, I completely agree - all my research indicates that being accessible to people with disabilities doesn't "just" benefit people with disabilities, but indeed goes much wider than that! I'd love to chat fu... show more
thanks Ian! That's really kind of you - much appreciated. I've got more episodes on the way over the coming weeks too. Thanks for the support!
I've just seen it - looks amazing! Yes would love to collaborate. Absolutely. Always keen to work with others. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. It would be great to chat with you :)
Hi Josh, that's a really good point. I've had a few people comment on this. I am currently looking into that. Sort of learning on my feet! Please bear with me, but I am hoping to have a solution very soon
Hi everyone, my name is Marcus Hansen. I am an academic with expertise in accessible tourism - travelling with a disability. I started this podcast in an effort to raise awareness on this very important topic. I hope you will find the episodes interesti... show more