anmmpp

Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy

Ana Maria
Munar
Associate professor
,
PhD


Room: POR/18.B-2.154
Tel:
+4538152538
E-mail: anm.mpp@cbs.dk
Presentation

Ana María Munar is Associate Professor. Her research applies philosophical approaches to gender, higher education and tourism. Her latest book “I am Man” is a poetic philosophical work on gender identity and expression. Currently, she is writing a book entitled “Desire” where she applies psychoanalysis, philosophy, art and literature to explore what desire means for our human condition and our societies. Her ongoing work in tourism focuses on gender and tourism sustainability and on re-imagining tourism spaces, applying ethics and contemplation, new materialism and creative writing. In her latest tourism innovation project she applied Existentialism and multisensory/multimedia approaches to understand tourism experiences. Her gender research combines academic reports and publications, with advocacy and action research projects. These past years, Ana’s research has focused on postdisciplinarity in knowledge production and research paradigms. Her research in digital technologies in tourism applies critical theory to this field.

Primary research areas
  • Tourism

  • Digital Media

  • Epistemology

  • Gender

  • Higher Education

Curriculum Vitae
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/anmmpp
Courses
  • Service Management Foundations: Tourism and Hospitality
  • Service Economics
  • Contemporary Issues in Tourism Demand
Supervision

 Experience as supervisor of bachelor and master thesis.

Other teaching activities

Ana María Munar is engaged in curriculum development and her focus has been to strengthen the ethical, philosophical and entrepreneurial aspects of business management education. She coordinates the tourism and hospitality concentration at the Bachelor of Service Management and Business Administration.

Selected publications

Ana Maria Munar / The House of Tourism Studies and the Systemic Paradigm
In: Tourism Research Paradigms: Critical and Emergent Knowledges. . ed. /Ana María Munar; Tazim Jamal. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2016, p. 131–153 (Tourism Social Science Series, Vol. 22)

Ana Maria Munar; Tazim Jamal / What Are Paradigms for?
In: Tourism Research Paradigms: Critical and Emergent Knowledges. . ed. /Ana María Munar; Tazim Jamal. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2016, p. 1-16 (Tourism Social Science Series, Vol. 22)

Tomas Pernecky; Ana Maria Munar; Brian Wheeller / Existential Postdisciplinarity : Personal Journeys Into Tourism, Art, and Freedom.
In: Tourism Analysis, Vol. 21, No. 4, 2016, p. 389-401

Munar, A. M., Biran, A., Budeanu, A., Caton, K., Chambers, D., Dredge, D., Gyimóthy, S., Jamal, T., Larson, M., Nilsson Lindström, K., Nygaard, L., Ram, Y. (2015). The Gender Gap in the Tourism Academy: Statistics and Indicators of Gender Equality. Copenhagen. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B3FCyz6drX2Wc3hsS2JzRTJCUGs/view

Ana Maria Munar; Florence Villeseche / Gender and Academic Leadership Practices at Copenhagen Business School : An Action Research Project.
Frederiksberg: Copenhagen Business School, CBS 2016, 40 p.

Ana Maria Munar / Paradoxical Digital Worlds
In: Tourism Social Media: Transformations in Identity, Community and Culture. . ed. /Ana María Munar; Szilvia Gyimóthy; Liping Cai. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2013, p. 35-53 (Tourism Social Science Series, Vol. 18)

Publications sorted by:
2022
Claudia Eger; Ana Maria Munar; Cathy Hsu / Gender and Tourism Sustainability
In: Journal of Sustainable Tourism, Vol. 30, No. 7, 7.2022, p. 1459-1475
Journal article > peer review
Jacobo Ramirez; Ana Maria Munar / Hybrid Gender Colonization : The Case of Muxes.
In: Gender, Work and Organization, 23.6.2022
Journal article > peer review
Anna Franciska Einersen; Jo Krøjer; Sorcha MacLeod; Sara Louise Muhr; Ana Maria Munar; Eva Sophia Myers; Mie Plotnikof; Lea Skewes / Sexism in Danish Higher Education and Research : Understanding, Exploring, Acting.
Copenhagen : Department of Organization, Copenhagen Business School 2022, 161 p.
Book
2021
Ana Maria Munar; Adam Doering / COVID-19 the Intruder : Reflections on Hospitality and Justice.
Abstract from Critical Tourism Studies, 2021
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
Ana Maria Munar / Critical Tourism Knowledge
In: Women's Voices in Tourism Research: Contributions to Knowledge and Letters to Future Generations. . ed. /Antonia Correia; Sara Dolnicar. Brisbane : The University of Queensland 2021, p. 315-318
Book chapter
Ana Maria Munar; Richard Ek / Digital Tourism Communication and Democracy
In: Tourism Culture & Communication, 30.8.2021
Journal article > peer review
Ana Maria Munar; Jane Widtfeldt Meged; Mads Bødker; Cecilie Dam Wiedemann / Existential Walking
In: Annals of Tourism Research, Vol. 87, 3.2021
Journal article > peer review
Ana Maria Munar / Letter from Ana María Munar
In: Women's Voices in Tourism Research: Contributions to Knowledge and Letters to Future Generations. . ed. /Antonia Correia; Sara Dolnicar. Brisbane : The University of Queensland 2021, p. 609-610
Book chapter
Adam Doering; Ana Maria Munar / Wall, Pine and Sea
Abstract from Critical Tourism Studies, 2021
Conference abstract for conference > peer review
2020
Ana Maria Munar; Adam Doering / COVID-19 the Intruder : A Brief Philosophical Reflection on Strangeness and Hospitality.
In: Hospitality Insights, Vol. 4, No. 2, 2020, p. 5-6
Journal article > peer review
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Research Projects
Outside activities
  • Maastricht University, 2019: Expert advisor
  • Breda University of Applied Sciences, 2018: Expert advisor
  • GEAR:DK (Network of Danish Universities), 2019: Expert advisor (speaker)