Carter A. Hunt
801 A Donald H. Ford Building
The Pennsylvania State University
University Park, PA 16802
Postdoctoral Fellow, Environmental Anthropology, Stanford University, Department of Anthropology & Woods Institute for the Environment, 2009-2012
Ph.D., Texas A & M University, Recreation, Park and Tourism Science (Tourism Resource Development), 2009
M.S., Texas A & M University, Recreation, Park and Tourism Science (Natural Resource Management), 2003
B.A., University of Kentucky, Psychology, 1997
Tourism-supported biodiversity conservation and sustainable community development, impacts of tourism on both destination communities and on travelers, environmental anthropology, Latin America.
Hunt, C., & Stronza, A. (under review). Stages of Development: Reconciling Tourism & Ecotourism Research. Journal of Sustainable Tourism.
Hunt, C., & Durham, W. (accepted, in press). Shrouded in a Fetishistic Mist: Commoditization of Sustainability in Tourism. International Journal of Tourism Anthropology.
Stronza, A., & Hunt, C. (2012). Visions of Tourism: From Modernization to Sustainability. Practicing Anthropology, 34:3, 19-22.
Hunt, C., & Stronza, A. (2011) Missing the Forest for the Trees? Incongruous Local Perspectives on Ecotourism in Nicaragua Converge on Ethical Issues. Human Organization, 70:4.
Hunt, C. (2011). Passport to Development? Local Perceptions of the Outcomes of Post-Socialist Tourism Policy and Growth in Nicaragua. Tourism and Hospitality: Planning & Development, 8:3, 265-279.
Hunt, C., & Stronza, A. (2009). Bringing Ecotourism Into Focus: Applying a Hierarchical Perspective to Ecotourism Research. Journal of Ecotourism, 8:1, 1-17.