Dr. Chantell LaPan
Department of Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Hospitality and Tourism
Chantell LaPan is an Assistant Professor in the Sustainable Tourism & Hospitality program at UNC Greensboro. Her research focus is on micro-entrepreneurship and tourism, with attention to gender, indigenous issues, rural tourism development, and social justice. She has taught courses related to tourism and recreation management, marketing, tourism and culture, sustainability, and research methods. Chantell received a PhD in Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management as well as a Master of International Studies Degree from North Carolina State University and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Research and Awards
From Center to Periphery: Inequality, indigeneity, and domestic tourism in Guatemala
Linking Urban and Rural Tourism: Strategies in Sustainability
Women’s self-determination in cooperative tourism micro-enterprises
LaPan, C., Morais, D. B., Wallace, T., & Barbieri
Tourism Review International
Vol. 20(1), 41-56
Power, altruism and communitarian tourism: A comparative study
LaPan, C., Morais, D. B., Wallace, T., & Barbieri, C.
PASOS: Journal of Tourism and Cultural Heritage
Vol. 14(4), 889-90
The Influence of Agritourism on Niche Meats Loyalty and Purchasing
Kline, C., Barbieri, C., & LaPan, C.
Journal of Travel Research
Vol. 55(5), 643-658
The role of agritourism in heritage preservation.
LaPan, C., & Barbieri, C.
Current Issues in Tourism