Seth I. Kirby teaches and is the module leader on various sport and leisure management modules, including event management and the internal business environment.
Prior to joining NTU, Seth taught at Sheffield Hallam University and Leeds Beckett University. He is in the process of completing his PhD from Anglia Ruskin University. Seth’s professional background is in marketing, communications and events.
- Event impacts, legacy and leveraging
- Mega-sporting events
- International sport marketing
- Small business and entrepreneurship
- Critical event studies
- Sustainable tourism and destination management
Kirby, S. I., Crabb, L. A. H., (2019). Priming Host City Physical Legacy Plans: The Bidding Chronicles of Brazil’s Derailed Sporting Event Infrastructure Projects. Event Management. 23 (4/5). https://doi.org/10.3727/152599519X15506259855724
Wise, N., Kirby, S. I., (2019). A ‘home away from home’: the (London) Jaguars and the NFL’s established international presence—a semi-deterritorialization approach. Sport in Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/17430437.2018.1555220
Kirby, S. I., Duignan, M. B., McGillivray, D., (2018). Mega-sport Events, Micro and Small Business Leveraging: Introducing the “MSE-MSB Leverage Model”. Event Management. 22 (6), 917-931. https://doi.org/10.3727/152599518X15346132863184
Duignan, M. B., Kirby, S. I., O’Brien, D., Everett, S., (2018). From ‘clone towns’ to ‘slow towns’: Examining festival legacies. Journal of Place Management and Development. 11 (3), 350-366. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPMD-07-2017-0071See all of Seth I. Kirby's publications...
- Mega-sporting event organisation and impacts
- Events and urban space
- Sport tourism and placemaking