Bowen, D. and Clarke, J. (2018) “Coastal spaces and seascapes: In situ tourist tales of the familiar.” Royal Geographical Society - Institute of British Geographers, Cardiff September.
Bowen, D. and Clarke, J. (2015) “We always, always come back here”: Familiar places and familiar tourists. Royal Geographical Society- Institute of British Geographers, Exeter, September.
Bowen, D. and Clarke, J. (2015) We’ve been coming here forever: Familiar places and familiar tourists. Proceedings: Rising tides and sea changes. CAUTHE, Southern Cross University, Coolangatta, Gold Coast, Australia, February.
Zubair, S. Bowen, D. and Altinay, L. (2015) Enclave resort tourism in Maldives: Destination development and resistance to change. Proceedings: Rising tides and sea changes. CAUTHE, Southern Cross University, Coolangatta, Gold Coast, Australia, February.
Sayania, A. Bowen, D. and Harwell, J. (2014) Hindu pilgrimage and commercialisation: Char-Dham Yatra, India. Royal Geographical Society- Institute of British Geographers, London, September.
Yasothornsrikul, P. and Bowen, D. (2011) Tourism demonstration and behaviour change: blending theory with reality. CAUTHE, UNiSA, Adelaide, Australia.
Bowen, D. and Altinay, L. (2008) The dynamic game: skirting beyond access problems in academic tourism research. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Services Management (ICSM), Penn State University, USA.
Bowen, D (2004) Exploring service systems from a consumer perspective: participant observation in the tourism industry. Proceedings: International Conference on Service Systems and Services management (ICSSSM04), Tsingua University, Beijing, China.
Bowen, D. (2003) Inside the Wave – beyond conventional tourist research. Proceedings: Riding the Wave of Tourism and Hospitality Research. CAUTHE, Southern Cross University, NSW, Australia.
Bowen, D. with Wickens, E., Paraskevas, A. Hemmington, N. (2000). Satisfaction at the Millennium Dome, London: The visitors’ voice. Proceedings: Consumer Satisfaction Research in Tourism and Hospitality, Oxford Brookes University, November, pp.183-194.
Bowen, D. (1999) Participant observation as a research method in tourism management. Management Seminar Series, Center for Inter-disciplinary Studies, Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand, June 02 1999.