#AEME2019 Programme

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Paper Presentations – Duration – 20 mins & 10 mins for discussion

Breakout Workshops – Duration 30 mins


Day One: Wednesday 3rd July 2019

Time Event
From: 9am – onwards Registration

Ground Floor, Film music and media (FMM) building, UH, College Lane Campus

 

0915am – 09:35am

Introduction and Welcome 

Chairs Welcome: Allan Jepson, Conference/ AEME Chair

Boss’s Welcome: Celeste Jones, Head of the Tourism, Hospitality and Event Management Group, UH

Room B01 Ground floor Theatre: Main Plenary Room

 

09:45 – 11:00am

 Keynote 1:   Rebecca Finkel

Reader, Events Management: Queen Margaret University

Bridging the research-teaching divide in Events: Critical perspectives on equality and diversity

Room B01 Ground floor Theatre: Main Plenary Room

11:00 – 11:15am Quick Tea/ Coffee and a Pastry 😉
Film, music and media building, UH, College Lane Campus
11.15am -12.00pm Panel Discussion
Events Research and the REF: PRE and POST REF2021 Room B01 Ground floor Theatre: Main Plenary Room
12:00pm– 13:00pm Lunch 

Film, music and media building, UH, College Lane Campus

Breakout sessions 1

1300pm – 13:30pm

Event Professionalisation

Chair: Tim Brown, University of Chester 

Is there a demand / need for accreditation for events management programmes.

Room B05

Events Education

Chair: Diana Clayton, Oxford Brookes

‘Speedy’ World café – Industry skills: Graduate attributes V’s Industry

Room B07

Critical Event Studies

Chair: Clare Hearn, Falmouth University

Death and Event Design Workshop

 

 

 Room 2B05

13:30pm -15.00pm Parallel Paper sessions 1.

Room B05: Creating Value in Event Education

  • Do graduating Events Management students perceive transformative benefits from experiential learning opportunities on a university’s public events programme?

Adrian Bossey, Falmouth University

  • The Edge Hotel School: a model that solves the conflict between delivering theoretical knowledge and practical skills to students of events management.

Philip Berners and Dimitri Lera, University of Essex

  • The value of problem-based learning in event studies; bringing the outside world to the classroom context

Amy Osmond, University of Hertfordshire


Room B07: Creating Value with the Event Industry

  • Events Management as a Community of Practice

Tim Brown, University of Chester

  • Benefits and impact of Learning-Outside-the-Classroom approach in UK Events Studies

Fotios Vasileiou, GSM London

  • “Workshop – Learning Outside the Classroom: learning, engagement, wellness”.

Fotios Vasileiou, GSM London and Jeff Pappis, Regents University London


Room 2B05: Creating Value through Events Research

  • Lost in Music: Event Experience Mapping at 21st Century UK House Music Events

Alex Grebenar, The University of Central Lancashire (UClan)

  • A reflection on the uncanny valley and the virtual world of e-sports.

Graham Berridge, University of Surrey

  • We are one but we’re not the same: festivals and events as social intervention for the well-being of Autistic children and their families

Allan Jepson and Raphaela Stadler, University of Hertfordshire

15:00pm – 15:15pm Quick Tea/ Coffee and a Cake ;)

Film, music and media building, UH, College Lane Campus

15:15pm – 16:00pm Keynote 2:   Beverley Griffiths

Crowded spaces, Emergency planning, and Resilience
Resilience Capability Lead
Cabinet Office Emergency Planning College

Room B01 Ground floor Theatre: Main Plenary Room

 

16:00pm – 17:30pm Parallel Paper sessions 2.

Room B05: Creating Value in Event Education

  • Death & Experience Design: a case study of transdisciplinary teaching & learning

Clare Hearn, Falmouth University – Via SKYPE

  • Creating Visitor Experiences: the story of students experiencing creative professional practice inside an events management module.

Harriet Purkis, Clare Carruthers and Nikki McQuillan, Ulster University 

  • Creating value through mentorship: Enhanced learning experiences for future tourism, hospitality and events professionals through University peer mentoring

Diana Clayton, Oxford Brookes University


Room B07: Creating Value with the Event Industry

  • Learning about Third Sector event management: Highlights from the heroes journeys

Pamela Zigomo, University of Greenwich


Room 2B05: Creating Value through Events Research

  • Reaching Across the Divide: the Role of Cultural Events in Peacebuilding

Adrian Devine, Frances Devine, Ulster University; and Bernadette Quinn, Dublin Institute of Technology

  • From Headliners to Hangovers: Digital Communication in the British Rock Music Festival Experience

Alyssa E Brown, University of Sunderland; Keith Donne, University of Gloucestershire; Paul Fallon, Richard Sharpley, University of Central Lancashire

  • Effects of event advertising on event attitude: The moderating role of fandom and mindset

Christina Papadopoulou, Leeds Beckett University

18:00pm – 23:00pm

MEET AT 18:00pm

 

Drinks reception and Gala Dinner at Hatfield House

Meet at Reception, College Lane Campus 18:00pm

Drinks in the knotted Garden, followed by a 3-course dinner in the Old Palace.

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Day Two: Thursday 4th July 2019

Time
09am-10:00am Registration

Film, music and media building, UH, College Lane Campus

09:00– 10:00 AEME AGM & Discussion

AEME 2020 Handover to the University of Brighton

Room B01 Ground floor Theatre: Main Plenary Room

10:00am –10:45am Keynote 3:    Andrew Smith
Reader in Tourism and Events, University of WestminsterEventification: Events and commodification of public space.Room B01 Ground floor Theatre: Main Plenary Room
10:45am – 11am Quick Refreshment Break 

Film, music and media building, UH, College Lane Campus

Breakout session 2

11am-11:30am

Industry Challenges

Chair: Beverley Griffiths, EPC

Future challenges to keeping events safe?

Room B07

11:30–12.30pm Parallel Paper sessions 3.

Room B05 – Creating Value in Event Education

  • Value co-creation in Event degrees – lessons from Design

Chiara Orefice, University of Westminster

  • What is value? What is satisfaction? And what is ‘transformational’? A perspective on the challenge of the student-as-consumer

Richard Voase, University of Lincoln


Room 2B05: Creating Value through Events Research

  • Understanding the potential of collective memory(ies) in local community festivals and events

Allan Jepson and Raphaela Stadler, University of Hertfordshire

  • Are festivals the domain of the ‘privileged’?  And does it matter?

Karen Davies, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Mary Beth Gouthro, Bournemouth University

12:30pm – 13:30pm Lunch 

UH Main Reception Area, College Lane Campus

1pm – Guided Sculpture walk around Campus (meet at main reception)

13:30pm – 14:30pm Parallel Paper sessions 4.

Room B05 – Creating Value in Event Education

  • The Value and Challenges in the Assessment of Live Projects

Neil Barker and Kevin Chambers, Solent University


Room 2B05: Creating Value through Events Research

  • Exploring the economic impacts of the Volvo Ocean Race Cardiff Stopover 2018

Dewi Jaimangal-Jones, Claire Haven-Tang, Nick Clifton and Surraya Rowe, Cardiff Metropolitan University

  • Mega events and the longer-term effects of marginalisation in society: The South African context

Rutendo Musikavanhu, Coventry University

14.30pm – 15:00pm Conference Wrap-up and depart

Safe and Happy Travels to all AEME delegates

Room B01 Ground floor Theatre: Main Plenary Room

*All timings and presentations are subject to change

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