An interview with Michelle Metro-Roland: tourism, landscape, and the signs

Metro-Roland, Michelle; Kunz, Jaciel Gustavo


This interview was held in Kalamazoo, United States, in March 2019, by the PhD student in Geography, at the Federal University of RS, at the end of a five-month sandwich doctorate, with Dr. Michelle Metro-Roland as advisor. Metro-Roland has a classical background: her doctorate is in Geography, teaches Geography, and she is director of the Haenicke Institute for Global Education at the University of Western Michigan. Her research includes studies in Tourism and Landscape, based on Peirce's Semiotics.

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