BA Hons, PGCert, PGCert HE, PhD
Senior Lecturer; Programme Leader, MA Events Management
Dr Chaperon joined the University of Greenwich in 2008. Before joining the university she was a Visiting Lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, University of Sheffield, and University of Westminster.
Dr Chaperon lectures on a range of courses for tourism and events management programmes, at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels.
- External Examiner for Liverpool John Moores University
Chaperon, Samantha and Bramwell, Bill (2013) Dependency and agency in peripheral tourism development.
Kennell, James and Chaperon, Samantha (2013) Analysis of the UK Government's 2011 tourism policy.
Chaperon, Samantha and Bramwell, Bill (2011) Views on the scale and types of tourism development in the rural periphery: the case of Gozo.
Kennell, James and Chaperon, Samantha (2011) Seaside towns and local enterprise partnerships: domestic tourism in a core periphery context.
Recent conference presentations
Chaperon, S. (2012) Governance structures for tourism in small island economies. Case study: Jersey, Channel Islands.