Lynn Minnaert

Clinical Associate Professor

Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality

Education
  • BA, University of Ghent
  • MA, University of Westminster
  • PHD, University of Westminster
Contact Info

Dr. Lynn Minnaert is the Academic Director and a Clinical Associate Professor at the Jonathan M. Tisch Center of Hospitality at New York University. Her research interests are social tourism for low-income groups, family tourism and diversity and inclusion initiatives in events. Her research has been funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, the European Union, the International Olympic Committee, regional tourist boards, and Meeting Professionals International (MPI). Since 2015, she authors the annual US Family Survey in collaboration with the Family Travel Association. She is on the Editorial Board of Hotel and Tourism Management, and on the International Advisory Board for the International Journal of Contemporary Tourism Research. She is Co-President of the International Sociological Association’s RC50 special interest group on Tourism.

Oct 02 2013

Making the Olympics work: interpreting diversity and inclusivity in employment and skills development pre-London 2012

By Contemporary Social Science
Oct 01 2013

Tailoring Social tourism Participation for Women who have experienced Domestic Violence

By ISTO
Sep 01 2012

Sage, London

By 'Tourism Management: An Introduction'
Apr 01 2012

Schänzel H., Yeoman I. & Backer E., Family Tourism: Multidisciplinary Perspectives

By The value of social tourism for disadv. families
Feb 27 2012

Social Tourism as Opportunity for Unplanned Learning and Behavior Change

By Journal of Travel Research
Oct 01 2011

An Olympic legacy for all? The non-infrastructural outcomes of the Olympic Games for socially excluded groups (Atlanta 1996¿Beijing 2008)

By Tourism Management
Sep 01 2011

Channel View, Bristol

By Social tourism in Europe: Theory and Practice
Apr 01 2011

Special Issue on Social Tourism, Current Issues in Tourism

By What is social tourism?
Oct 01 2010

S. Cole & N. Morgan, Tourism and Inequality

By Social tourism for low-income groups
Oct 01 2009

Celuch C. & Davidson R., Advances in Business Tourism Research

By Corporate hospitality in an economic downturn
Oct 01 2009

Tourism and social policy ¿ The value of social tourism

By Annals of Tourism Research
Oct 01 2008

Holidays are for Everyone. Research into the Effects and the Importance of Holidays for People living in Poverty

By Tourism Flanders