Personlig profil

Forsknings- og undervisningsinformation

 

Jonas Larsen is a professor in mobility and urban studies at Roskilde University, Denmark. He has a long-standing interest in tourist photography, tourism and mobility more broadly. More recently, he has written extensively about urban cycling and is now also conducting research on running mobilities, urban marathons and sport tourism.

His latest books are the Tourist Gaze 3.0 (2011, with John Urry) and Digital Snaps: The New Face of Snapshot Photography (2014, with Mette Sandbye).

Jonas Larsen’s work is translated into Chinese (both in China and Taiwan), Japanese, Polish, Portuguese and Korean (in process), and he is on the editorial board of Mobilities, Tourist Studies and Photographies.

Google scholar profil:  http://scholar.google.dk/citations?user=0x28m6EAAAAJ&hl=da&oi=ao

Upcoming and recent key-notes and invited seminar talks

 

2018 (19 February) Ritsumeikan University, Japan

2018 (8-10 February) international congres on transversal tourism and lanscape, Torremolinos and Mallorca University. https://www.touriscape.org/en/

2017 (31 August – 1 September) Lucerne University, Switzerland. International Conference on Tourism and Business (ICTB) https://www.hslu.ch/en/lucerne-school-of-business/calendar/events/2017/08/31/ictb-2017/key-notes-and-programme/

2017 (11 & 12 Maj), Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Georg-Simmel-Zentrum für Metropolenforschung, Germany. ‘Touristified everyday life – mundane tourism’.

2016 Ritsumeikan University, Japan. Annual meeting for Japan Society of Tourism Studies.

2016 Wakayama University, Japan.

2016 Kent University, UK.

2015 University Rovira i Virgili, Spain.

2014 Bergen University, Norway. Norwegian Network on the Geographies of Mobilities

2014 Aarhus University, Denmark 

2013 University of Lausanne, Switzerland.

2013 1st international conference on Porto as a tourism destination, Porto, Portugal.

2013 The Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany.

2013 Amsterdam University, Holland. 

2012 Queen Mary University, UK

2010 Ålborg University, Denmark. Cosmobilities Conference.

 

Research interest

Cultural and social geography

Mobility, travel and tourism

Design and material culture

Tourist photography and digital photography 

Performance/practice and everyday life

Cycling and running

 

Course leader and teacher:

Bydesign 1 (Etnografi, fotografi og byrum) Hum-tek

Bydesign 2 ((In)humane storby) Hum-tek.

Design as a Socio-Technical System, SDS.

Experiences, Mobility and Designed Places, SDS.

Ethnography and Spatial Analysis, SDS.

Ethnography and Visualization, SDS.

Teacher:

Consumption and Everyday life, SDS

Manchester fieldtrip, Geography.

 

 

Keywords

  • Geografi, Geologi, Topografi
  • Praksisforskning
  • globalisering
  • sted og rum
  • materiel kultur
  • sport
  • Landskabsmiljøer
  • Kommunikation, Journalistik, Medier
  • Fotografi
  • digital kultur
  • Trafik, Transport
  • Mobilitet
  • cykling
  • løb
  • Oplevelse, Turisme, Performance

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Publikation 2001 2018

Autoetnografi: kropslig mobilitet og sport

Larsen, J. 18 jan. 2018 Etnografier. Hviid Jacobsen, M. & Louise, H. (red.). København: Hans Reitzels Forlag, 20 s. (Sociologi (Kbh.), Bind 16).

Publikation: Kapitel i bog/rapport/konferenceprocesBidrag til bog/antologi

Commuting, Exercise and Sport: An ethnography of long-distance bike commuting

Larsen, J. 2018 I : Social & Cultural Geography. 19, 1, s. 39-58

Publikation: Bidrag til tidsskriftTidsskriftartikel

Mobilitet, Turisme og Globalisering

Larsen, J. 2018 (Accepteret/In press) Grundbog i Sociologi. Blok, A. & Bagge Laustsen, C. (red.). Hans Reitzels Forlag, 20 s.

Publikation: Kapitel i bog/rapport/konferenceprocesBidrag til bog/antologi

Running and tourism: A practice approach

Larsen, J. 2018 (Accepteret/In press) Theories of Practice and Tourism . James, L., Ren, C. & Halkier, H. (red.). Routledge

Publikation: Kapitel i bog/rapport/konferenceprocesBidrag til bog/antologi

Running away from, or with, the tourist gaze.

Larsen, J. 2018 (Accepteret/In press) Mobilities and Complexities: Reflections on post-carbon social science. Sheller, M., Jensen, O. B. & Kessellring, S. (red.). Routledge

Publikation: Kapitel i bog/rapport/konferenceprocesBidrag til bog/antologi

Projekter 1999 2015

Dansk Sociologikonference

Larsen, J.

23/01/201325/01/2013

Projekter: Forskning

Urban Cycle Mobilities

Larsen, J., Freudendal-Pedersen, M., Bradtberg, N. E. & Christensen, M. D.

02/01/201201/07/2015

Projekter: Forskning

Oplevelseslandskaber

Svabo, C., Kjølbæk, A. S., Bærenholdt, J. O. & Larsen, J.

01/10/201031/07/2013

Projekter: Forskning

Globalisering Nedefra

Bærenholdt, J. O., Jóhannesson, G. T., Simonsen, K. & Larsen, J.

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31/01/200831/01/2008

Projekter: Forskning

Aktiviteter 2001 2018

University of Kent (Ekstern organisation)

Larsen, J. (Medlem)
aug. 2018dec. 2018

Aktivitet: Medlemskab af udvalg, råd og nævn

Aalborg University (Ekstern organisation)

Larsen, J. (Medlem)
maj 2018jul. 2018

Aktivitet: Medlemskab af bedømmelsesudvalg

Ekstern bedømmer af ph.d.

Larsen, J. (Eksaminator)
1 jun. 201831 aug. 2018

Aktivitet: Undersøgelse

Tourism Geographies (Tidsskrift)

Larsen, J. (Redaktør)
mar. 2017 → …

Aktivitet: ForskningPeer reviewer/fagfællebedømmer af manuskripter

Annals of Tourism Research (Tidsskrift)

Larsen, J. (Redaktør)
feb. 2017 → …

Aktivitet: ForskningPeer reviewer/fagfællebedømmer af manuskripter

Presse/medie

Her finder borgerne flest fejl og mangler i gadebilledet

Jonas Larsen

29/12/2015

1 element af mediedækning

Presse/medie

Her finder borgerne flest fejl og mangler i gaderne

Jonas Larsen

19/12/2015

1 element af mediedækning

Presse/medie

Identitet er lig med succes

Jonas Larsen

20/05/2012

1 element af mediedækning

Presse/medie

Ferie på sofaen

Jonas Larsen

10/09/2011

1 element af mediedækning

Presse/medie

Forfatter kan gøre Sorø til turist-hit

Jonas Larsen

29/03/2011

1 element af mediedækning

Presse/medie