B.A. University of Alberta (Political Science)
M.A. University of Newcastle upon Tyne (Heritage Education and Interpretation)
Ph.D University of Alberta (Physical Education and Recreation)
Gregory Ramshaw is an Associate Professor in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management at Clemson University. He explores the social construction and production of heritage, with a particular interest in sports-based heritage. His research has been published in numerous academic texts and journals including the International Journal of Heritage Studies, Tourism Geographies, Current Issues in Tourism, Tourism Review International, and The International Journal of the History of Sport among many others. He is also the editor of the Sport Heritage (2015) and is co-editor of Heritage and the Olympics: People Place and Performance (2014) and Heritage Sport Tourism: Sporting Pasts - Tourist Futures (2007), all published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis. He also serves on the editorial boards of Event Management, The Journal of Heritage Tourism, and The Journal of Sport & Tourism.Selected Publications: (last 5 years)
Huang, W., Ramshaw, G. & Norman, W. (2016 in press). Homecoming or Tourism? Diasporia Tourism Experience of Second-Generation Immigrants. Tourism Geographies
Ramshaw G. (2016 in press). Assembling Heritage Tourism: The BMW Museum and Factory Tour. In M. Conlin & L. Jolliffe (eds.) Motoring Heritage and Tourism: People, Places, Product. Bristol: Channel View Publications.
Ramshaw, G. (2016 in press). Subaltern Sport Heritages. In B. Onciul, M.L. Stefano & S. Hawke (eds.) Engaging Heritage, Engaging Communities. Martlesham: Boydell & Brewer.
Ramshaw, G. (2016). Food, heritage, and nationalism. In D. Timothy (ed.) Heritage Cuisines: Traditions, Identities and Tourism (pp. 53-64). London: Routledge.
Powell, R.B., Ramshaw, G., Ogletree, S., & Krafte, K. (2015). Can heritage resources highlight changes to the natural environment caused by climate change? Evidence from the Antarctic tourism experience. Journal of Heritage Tourism http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/1743873X.2015.1082571
Cho, H, Ramshaw, G. & Norman, W.C. (2015). The Classification of Nostalgia in Sport Tourism. Journal of Sport & Tourism, DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14775085.2015.1033444
Stride, C.B., Thomas, F.E. & Ramshaw, G. (2015). Standing out from the crowd: imagining supporters through sculpture. International Journal of the History of Sport http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09523367.2015.1038521
Ramshaw, G. (ed.) (2015). Sport Heritage. London: Routledge.
Ramshaw, G. & Gammon, S. (2015). Heritage and Sport. In E. Waterton & S. Watson (eds.) A Companion to Contemporary Heritage Research. London: Palgrave-Macmillan.
Gammon, S., Ramshaw, G., & Waterton, E. (eds.) (2014). Heritage and the Olympics: People, Place and Performance. London: Routledge.
Hinch, T. & Ramshaw, G. (2014). Heritage sport tourism in Canada. Tourism Geographies, 16 (2), 237-251.
Ramshaw, G. (2014). Too Much Nostalgia? A Decennial Reflection on the Heritage Classic Ice Hockey Event. Event Management
Ramshaw, G. (2014). Sport, heritage, and tourism. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 9 (3), 191-196.
Ramshaw, G. (2014). A Canterbury Tale: Imaginative Genealogies and Existential Heritage Tourism at the St. Lawrence Ground. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 9 (3), 257-269.
Ramshaw, G. & Bottelberghe, T. (2014). Pedaling Through the Past: Sport Heritage, Tourism Development, and the Tour of Flanders. Tourism Review International, 18, 23-36.
Brittain, I., Ramshaw, G. & Gammon, S. (2013). The Marginalisation of Paralympic Heritage. International Journal of Heritage Studies. 19 (2), 171-185.
Gammon, S. & Ramshaw, G. (2013). Nostalgia and Sport. A. Fyall & B. Garrod (eds.) Contemporary Cases in Sport (pp.201-220). Oxford: Goodfellow Publishers.
Ramshaw, G., Gammon, S. & Huang, W. (2013). Acquired Pasts and the Commodification of Borrowed Heritage: The Case of the Bank of America Stadium Tour. Journal of Sport & Tourism, 18 (1), 17-31.
Ramshaw, G. (2011). The Construction of Sport Heritage Attractions. Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice, 3 (1), 1-25.
Ramshaw, G. (2011). The Athlete Experience: Education, Economics and Interactive Sports Exhibits at the Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum, Canada Olympic Park. In K. Beale (ed.), Museums at Play: Games, Interaction and Learning (pp. 462-473). London: Museums Etc.
Ramshaw, G. (2011). Case Study – Coming Home: Twickenham Stadium Tours. In T. Hinch & J. Higham, Sport Tourism Development (2nd Edition) (pp. 198-200). Clevedon: Channel View Publications.
Ramshaw, G. (2010) Remembering the Rink: Hockey, Figure Skating and the Development of Community League Recreation in Edmonton. Prairie Forum, 35 (2), 27-42.
Ramshaw, G. & Gammon, S. (2010). On Home Ground? Twickenham Stadium Tours and the Construction of Sport Heritage. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 5 (2), 87-102.
Ramshaw, G. (2010). Living Heritage and the Sports Museum: Athletes, Legacy and the Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum, Canada Olympic Park. Journal of Sport & Tourism, 15 (1), 45-70.
Excellence in Research Award (2015), College of Health, Education and Human Development, Clemson UniversitySelected Grants: (last 5 years)
South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium (2012-14). Examining capacity for a cooperative seafood tourism trail as a value-added marine resource-based recreation and tourism product on the South Carolina Coast. Principal investigator: Brookover, R. (Clemson); Co-investigator: G. Ramshaw; Project coordinator: L. Jodice (Clemson); Extension agent: B. Lanford (Clemson). $36,255.
European Commission (2012-2014). Erasmus Mundus Graduate Program in Sustainable Territorial Development, Scholars Scholarship. Scholar: G. Ramshaw. KU Leuven, Belgium. €8,400.
Everglades National Park and South Florida National Parks Trust (2012-13). Evaluation and Research of Environmental Education and Outreach at Everglades National Park. Co-principal investigators: R.B. Powell (Clemson) M.J. Stern (Virgina Tech) and G. Ramshaw. $59,930.60.Courses Taught (Undergraduate):