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Born in Palestine, Rami Isaac did his undergraduate studies in The Netherlands, graduate studies in the U.K. and  earned his PhD from University of Groningen, in Spatial Sciences, in The Netherlands. He is currently a senior lecturer in tourism teaching at Breda University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands. In addition, he is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Tourism and Hotel Management at Bethlehem University, Palestine. Currently, he is the Vice-President of the Research Committee 50 on International Tourism, International Sociologist Association ISA (2018-2024). His research interests in the area of tourism development and management, host-guest relations,  critical theory,  and political aspects of tourism. He published numerous articles and book chapters on tourism and political (in)stability, occupation, tourism and war, dark tourism, violence and transformational tourism.


Host-guest relations; tourism management and planning' Critical Theory; heritage/dark tourism; risk perceptions , political aspects of tourism. 


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