Dr. Dallen J. Timothy is a Professor in the School of Community Resources and Development at Arizona State University. He holds a B.Sc. Degree in geography from Brigham Young University, an M.A. in geography from the University of Western Ontario, and a Ph.D. in geography from the University of Waterloo. His research interests in tourism include heritage, community-based planning, political boundaries and supranationalism, shopping and consumption, peripheral and rural regions, less-developed countries, and religiously-motivated travel.
PhD, Geography, University of Waterloo
MA, Geography, University of Western Ontario
BSc, Geography, Brigham Young University
Poudel, S., G. P. Nyaupane and D. J. Timothy. 2013. Assessing visitors preference of various roles of tour guides in the Himalayas. Tourism Analysis 18(1):45-59.
Timothy, D. J. and G. P. Nyaupane eds. 2009. Cultural Heritage and Tourism in the Developing World: A Regional Perspective. Routledge. London.
Nyaupane, G. P. and M. Budruk. 2009. South Asian heritage tourism: Conflict, colonialism, and cooperation. Pp. 127-145 In: Timothy, D. J. and G. P. Nyaupane eds., Cultural Heritage and Tourism in the Developing World: A Regional Perspective. Routledge.
Nyaupane, G. P., S. Poudel and D. J. Timothy. 2014. Placing tourism in the conservation-development and local-global nexus. Presentation at the 45th Annual Travel and Tourism Research Association Conference, 18-20 June 2014, Brugge, Belgium.