The Frontiers of Cultural Heritage and Tourism (FCHT) is international peer reviewed quarterly journal published offline and online by pacific publishers. Its aim is to provide a platform for discussion of theoretical and empirical problems in conservation of cultural heritage and tourism aspects.
The Frontier of Cultural Heritage and Tourism will carry articles and information on various tourist destinations and products of the world, covering art, crafts and cultural heritage of the world, religion and spirituality, people, family, marriage, fairs, festivals, literatures and language, animals, cuisine, clothing, fashion, history, epics, performing art, dance, drama, theatre, music, visual art, painting, sculpture, architecture, sports and martial art, popular media, television, cinema, folklore, flora and fauna, Hindu god and goddess, temples, photography, art and craft, textile, personalities, places, saints, linguistic, monuments, ayurveda, yoga with niche tourism segments such as rural tourism, cruise tourism, adventure tourism, medical and wellness tourism, spiritual tourism, MICE, golf, gourmet, India’s fashion industry, etc. All these sources aggregate and then editing of that content for the magazine. The Frontier of Cultural Heritage and Tourism magazine would focus on tourism products, destinations, lifestyle, culture and heritage, photo-features, etc. as well as news and major developments relating to tourism in the world. In addition, the newsletter in the form of pullout will provide an update on the Publisher’s activities and initiatives.
The journal is open to all researchers. Young researchers and global authors and are encouraged to submit their contributions, such as
Major research articles
The FCHT includes also the following sections: Book Reviews, announcements for Conferences and Seminars, abstracts of successfully defended Ph. D. theses, case studies of heritage and Tourism related practices.
Conservation of cultural heritage is an interdisciplinary field requiring close cooperation between conservator-restorers, archaeologists, historians, collection managers and museum curators on the one hand, and Conservation scientists on the other. While the natural sciences, as well as engineering, play a crucial role in the proper selection of conservation materials, methods and strategies, scientific research in conservation is often conducted by scientists who originally come from outside the cultural heritage field. These scientists thus lack the affinity with the cultural heritage and conservation fields necessary to fully understand and communicate the significance, but also the consequences of their work, to non-technical colleagues. The aspects of tourism included in journal catch interest to tourism scholars as there are several themed issues worthy of particular attention.
The FCHT has one Volume per year, consisting of 2 issues.