Aboriginal work is noted with an asterisk
1.0 Thesis students supervised

*Pyke, J., (ongoing). Cape Breton Island Aboriginal Cultural Tourism: A Case Study. Research topic for PhD Degree, London Metropolitan University, London, England.

Ramkissoon, H., (ongoing). Developing and Testing A Model Explaining Cultural Consumption: A case of Mauritius. Research topic for PhD Degree, University of Technology, Republic of Mauritius.

*Doucette, M., (2008). Membertou Heritage Park: Community Expectations for an Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Centre. A major research essay submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Masters in Business Administration-CED, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia.

*Fritz, P., (2004). Aboriginal Tourism in Nova Scotia: Utilizing Social Assets to Strengthen Aboriginal communities. A major research essay submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of Masters in Business Administration-CED, University College of Cape Breton, Sydney, Nova Scotia.
2.0 Papers in Refereed Journals

Brown, K., Cave, J. (2011). Guest Editor. Special Edition. Island Tourism: Destination Marketing and Management. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research.

*Brown, K., Pyke, J., Johnson, D., Doucette, M., (2010) Aboriginal Cultural Tourism Marketing: An Issue of Governance. Canadian Journal of Native Studies. Abstract accepted. Article submitted.

Brown, K., (2010). Come on Home: Visiting Friends and Relatives –The Cape Breton Experience. Event Management. Vol. 14, No. 4, 2010.

Brown, K., Cave, J., (2010). Editorial introduction to the 2009 Special Issue – Island Tourism: Marketing culture and heritage. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research. Vol. 4 No. 2.

Ramkissoon, R., Muzaffer U. Brown, K., (2010). Examining the structural relationship between destination imagery and behavioral intentions of tourists to consume cultural attractions: a case of Mauritius. Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management. Volume 20, issue 1.

Brown, K., (2009). Island tourism marketing: Music and culture. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research. Vol. 3. No.1.

*Pyke, J., Brown, K.G., Johnson, D. (2008). Aboriginal Cultural Tourism: Land of the Fog. Journal of Culture and Tourism Research. Vol. 10, No.2.

Brown, K.G., Geddes, R. (2007). Resorts, Culture and Music: A Cape Breton Tourism Cluster. Journal of Tourism Economics. Vol 13 No 1.

Brown, K.G. (2004). A Post Mining Economy: Culture, Computers and Cluster Theory Applications. Peckiana. Volume 3 (2004). S. 35-46.

Brown, K.G., Geddes, R.,( 2004). Image Repair, Research, Consensus and Strategies. A Study of the University College of Cape Breton. Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing. Volume 15, Issue 1.

3.0 Editor of Referred Journals

Brown, K., Cave, J. (2010). Guest Editor. Special Edition. Managing Island Tourism: Marketing and Cultural Perspectives. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research.

Vol. 4 No 2.

Brown, K., Cave, J. (2010). Guest Editor. Special Edition. Island Tourism: Destination Marketing and Management. International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research.
4.0 Invited papers in published conference proceedings

*Pyke, J., Brown, K.G., Johnson, D. (2008). Keynote address. Aboriginal Cultural Tourism: Land of the Fog. 9th International Joint World Cultural Tourism Conference 2008. Seoul, South Korea. Selected as one of two best papers at the conference.

5.0 Contributed papers in published conference proceedings

Brown, K.G., (2009). The Role of Authenticity in Cultural Tourism Marketing. Paper presented at 10th International Joint World Cultural Tourism Conference 2009, Bangkok, Thailand.

*Brown, K., Pyke, J., Johnson, D. (2007). Aboriginal Cultural Tourism: Heritage and Economic Development; Reflections from the Cape Breton Experience. Paper presented at 37th Annual Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, Wolfville, N.S.

6.0 Invited Lectures

Brown, K.G., (2007). Lecture Series. The Development of the MICE Business Tourism Market in China. 8th Beijing International Summit of Business Tourism Industry and The International Cooperation Centre of the National Development and Reform Commission, People’s Republic of China, Beijing, China.

Brown, K.G., (2007). Lecture Series. Universities as catalyst for cluster development: CBU and Environmental Remediation.. Tong Shan, Cao Fei Dian International Practices Conference and The International Cooperation Centre of the National Development and Reform Commission, People’s Republic of China, Cao Fei Dian, China.

Brown, K.G., (2005). Lecture Series. Leadership, Performance Management, Management by Objectives. Shou Gang Group and The International Cooperation Centre of the National Development and Reform Commission, People’s Republic of China, Beijing, China.

Brown, K.G., (2005). Lecture Series. Employee Retention, Training, Process-Based Experiential Teaming. Tianjin Economic Development Association and The International Cooperation Centre of the National Development and Reform Commission, People’s Republic of China, Tianjin, China.
7.0 Contributed papers at conferences

*Brown, K., Pyke, J. (2007). Membertou First Nation: Building the Brand and Building the Band. Case presented at The Administrative Sciences Association of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario.

*Brown, K., Pyke, J. (2006). The Branding of Membertou: Walking in Two Different Worlds. Case presented at 36th Annual Atlantic Schools of Business Conference, Sackville, N.B.

Brown, K.G. (2006). They Danced and They Sang: Cultural Tourism Marketing on Cape Breton Island. Paper presented at the International Conference on Sustainable Tourism with special reference to Islands and Small States. Valetta, Malta.

*Brown, K.G., Pyke, J. (2005). Aboriginal Cultural Tourism-Mi’kmaq Ethics. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference Atlantic Schools of Business, Halifax, N.S.