Alan A. Lew

Alan A. Lew, Ph.D., AICP, Professor
Work Phone: (928) 523-6570
Office: SBS West / Bld 70, Room 230


American Institute of Certified Planners, 1991

Ph.D., University of Oregon, Eugene, 1986

Master of Urban Planning, University of Oregon, Eugene, 1983

Master of ARts, Geography, University of Oregon, Eugene, 1983

Bachelor of Arts, Geography, University of Hawaii, Hilo, 1981

Research Associations:

Recration, Tourism and Sport Geography Specialty Group (Association of American Geographers)

Commission on the Geography of Tourism, Leisure and Global Change (International Geographical Union)

Asia Tourism Research Membership Directory

Arizona Planning ASsociation


Lew, A.A.; Hall, C.Michael. and Williams, Allan. M., eds. 2003. A Companion to Tourism. London: Blackwell. (‘Blackwell's Companion to Geography' series; 500-600 pages)

Hall, C. Michael and Lew, A.A., eds. 2002. Sustainable Tourism: A Geographical Perspective, Korean language edition. London: Addison Wesley Longman.

Sriram, N. and Lew, A.A. 2002. Gateways, Hubs and Destinations: Transportation Hierarchies in Southeast Asia. In B.S.A. Yeoh, T.E. Ser, J. Wang and T. Wong, eds., Tourism Management and Policy: Perspectives from Singapore. Singapore: World Scientific.

Lew, A.A. and McKercher, Bob. 2002. Trip Destinations, Gateways and Itineraries: The Example of Hong Kong. Tourism Management. (Accepted September 2001).

Cartier, Carolyn L. and Lew, A.A., eds. 2002. The Seduction of Place: Culture/Economy/Environment/Gender in Touristed Place. London: Routledge.

Lew, A.A.; Yu, Lawrence; Zhang Guangrui; Ap, John, eds.. 2002. Tourism in China. Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.

Lew, A.A. and Wong, A. 2001. Tourism and the Chinese Diaspora. In C.M. Hall and A.M. Williams, eds., Tourism and Migration: New Relationships Between Production and Consumption.