Dr Zelmarie Cantillon is a Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow in the Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University. Her research focuses on the intersections of heritage, space and place, cultural policy and tourism. Zelmarie is author of Resort Spatiality: Reimagining Sites of Mass Tourism (2019, Routledge) and has published numerous edited collections, journal articles and book chapters in the field of critical heritage studies. Zelmarie’s most recent work considers heritage initiatives through a cultural justice lens. She is co-CI with Professor Sarah Baker on an Australian Research Council-funded Special Research Initiative for Australian Society, History and Culture grant entitled ‘Reimagining Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Historic Area as a living heritage site: Addressing cultural injustice for Pitcairn Settler descendants on Norfolk Island’.