Senior Lecturer Bachelor of International Hospitality Management
Phone: +64 9 921 9999 ext 8442
Room WH 516
AUT City Campus
49 Wellesley Street East 1010
- 2013 — MA University of Auckland Masters of Sociology (First Class Honours) Awarded First in Course Award.
- 2010 — MA AUT Auckland University of Technology Master of International Hospitality Management (First Class Honours). Awarded Outstanding Graduate Award.
- 2009 — AUT Auckland University of Technology Postgraduate Diploma in International Hospitality Management.
- 2004 — BA Massey University Bachelor of Arts/Social Anthropology.
- 2003 — Diploma Culinary Arts London City & Guilds Auckland University of Technology
- 1995 — Certificate in Adult and Tertiary Education Auckland University of Technology.
- 1984 — Chef Graduate California Culinary Academy San Francisco, USA: Professional Chef Accreditation.
- 1976 — 706 / 1 Otago Polytechnic Basic Cookery.
- 217017 Sociology of Food
- 217800 Hospitality Entrepreneurship
- 217806 Hospitality Cooperative Education
- 216801 Facilities Development and Design.
- Food sociology
- Material culture
My research interests include the sociology of food, New Zealand's vernacular material culture and identities within Aotearoa New Zealand.
Current Research Projects:
2014 research currently under review
Gastronomy: Tell me what you are
Lindsay Neill, Nigel Hemmington, Suzanne Bliss & Christine Hall.
This paper is now under revision with the aim of publication in the POPCAANZ (Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand) Journal.
The Reluctant Celebrity: Fame it’s not for me!
Ben Nemeschansky, Lindsay Neill, Paul Hamilton, Monique Brocx and Scott Wright.
This article is in the second-stage review process with the Journal of Hospitality.
Journalist Integrity or Arbiters of Taste: The Case Study of Restaurant Critic Peter Calder
Warren Goodsir, Lindsay Neill, David Williamson, and Alan Brown.
This article is in the second stage review process for CAUTHE Journal.
Questioning the Politics of Palatability
David Williamson, Lindsay Neill Christine Hall and Kathy Jones.
This paper is under current review by LOCALE Journal.
Management Students: what do they think of practical and applied cookery and food service experiences?
Denise Schitko, Lindsay Neill, Dale Thompson and Gina Harrap.
This article has been submitted to the International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management.
- Yvonne Wood, Arno Sturny, Lindsay Neill, Alan Brown and Renny Aprea. New World and International Pastry Competition (in press), British Food Journal.
- Neill, L. & Bell, C. (2014). A vernacular food tradition and national identity in new zealand. Food, Culture and Society, 17(1), 49-64.
- Legget, J., Losekoot, E., Neill, L., & Wood, Y. (2014). Are posters worth the paper they are printed on? The pedagogy of posters in hospitality and tourism management education. SCHOLE: A journal of leisure studies and recreation education, 29(1), 91-101.
- Neill, L. (2013). But wait there's more: Why pie carts are classic items of kiwiana. New Zealand Sociology, 28(2), 93-103.
- Neill, L. J. (2013). Smashing the Pavlova, Swatting the Buzzy Bee: Cover Alls. In The New Zealand Herald: The Herald on Sunday (pp. 25-27). [The New Zealand Herald]. Auckland, New Zealand: APN Publications.
- Neill, L. J., & Bell, C. (2013). Negotiating change: Celebrity pie cart narratives. The Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, 2(1), 93-105. doi:10.1386/ajpc.2.1.93_1
- Neill, L., Williamson, D., Kruesi, M., & Waldren, N. (2013). Hospitality Report: Reporting on New Zealand's Hospitality Industry 2013: Hospitality Report: Reporting on New Zealand's Hospitality Industry 2013 (3). Auckland, New Zealand: Restaurant Association of New Zealand and AUT University.
- Neill, L., & Hemmington, N. (2012). [Review of: Leach, H. (2009) the pavlova story: A slice of new Zealand's culinary history. Dunedin: Otago university press]. New Zealand Sociology, 27(1), 179-180.
- Neill, L. J., & Bell, C. (2012). Negotiating change: Celebrity pie cart narratives.. Australasian Journal of Popular Culture, 2(1), 93-105. doi:10.1386/ajpc.2.1.93_1
- Neill, L. J., Duerr, E., & Trapeznik, A. (2012). The Contested White Lady: A Critique of New Zealand Cultural Heritage Politics. Public History Review, 19, 43-62. Retrieved from http://epress.lib.uts.edu.au/journals/index.php/phrj/article/view/2229
- Neill, L. J., Christensen-Yule, L., & McRae, H. (2012). The New Zealand Chef 3rd Edition. Auckland New Zealand: Pearson Education, Auckland New Zealand.
- Neill, L. J., Bell, C., & Hemmington, N. (2012). A pie cart story: The longevity of a vernacular fast food eatery. Locale: The Australasian-Pacific Journal of Regional Food Studies, 2, 104-118. Retrieved from http://www.localejournal.org/
- Neill, L. J., Williamson, D., Waldren, N., & van Scalkwyk, C. (2012). Hospitality Report: Reporting on New Zealand's Hospitality Industry (2012). Auckland New Zealand: AUT University.
- Haigh, N., Kirkness, A., Lester, J., Parker, L., Neill, L. J., & Naidoo, K. (2011). Enhancing student learning in a first-year hospitality paper: Institutional Report on the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Initiative at the AUT University: Enhancing student learning in a first-year hospitality paper: Institutional Report on the Teaching and Learning Enhancement Initiative at the AUT University. Retrieved from http://www.tlri.org.nz/assets/A_Project-PDFs/9234-Kogi/9234-Kogi-case%20study%201-final.pdf
- Neill, L. J., & Williamson, D. D. (2011). Hospitality Report: Reporting on New Zealand's Hospitality Industry (2011). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.
- Neill, L. J. (2011). The Relevance of the POPCAANZ (Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand) Conference for Sociology. New Zealand Sociology, 26(2), 145-146.
- Neill, L. J., & Liu, C. (2011). SURVIVAL STRATEGIES: A NEW ZEALAND HOSPITALITY HABITUAL ENTREPRENEUR. In M. Alvarez, C. Genc, B. Hatipoglu, D. Salman, & D. Unalan (Eds.), Advances In Hospitality And Tourism Marketing And Management (pp. 70-75). Istanbul Turkey: Bogazici University. Retrieved from http://www.httrc.com/ahtmm/index_files/cover.pdf
- Neill, L. (2010). If you don't know it they can't use it: Tools to help students. In M. Orams, M. Lück, J. Poulston, & S. Race (Eds.), Proceedings of the New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, 2010 (pp. 327-339). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.
- Neill, L., Kirkness, A., & Gossman, P. (2010). Why did you choose those readings? A case study in text selection for first year university students. Working Papers in Culture, Discourse & Communication, 5, 1-12.
- Neill, L., & Bell, C. (2010). Defining a hospitality icon: The White Lady. In M. Orams, M. Lück, J. Poulston, & S. Race (Eds.), Proceedings of the New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, 2010 (pp. 273). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.
- Neill, L., & Johnston, C. (2010). Knowing me knowing you ah-ha: The tourist host experience at the White Lady. In M. Orams, M. Lück, J. Poulston, & S. Race (Eds.), Proceedings of the New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference, 2010 (pp. 516). Auckland, New Zealand: AUT University.
- Neill, L. J., & Kirkness, A. (2009). Choosing texts for today's students: Do they understand language?. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sports and Tourism Education, 8(2), 4-16. doi:10.3794/johlste.82.213
- Kirkness, A., Roser, B., Pawson, P., Wise, K., & Neill, L. (2009). Staircasing into mainstream: Is there a vocabulary shock for EAL students?. In A. Brown (Ed.), Proceedings of (pp. 169-179). Wellington, New Zealand: Paardekooper & Associates.
- Neill, L. J. (2008). A Slice of History
- Food Service 6(8) pp. 10-11. Auckland: 3Media Group.
- Neill, L., Bell, C., & Bryant, T. (2008). The Great New Zealand Pie Cart. Auckland: Hodder Moa.
- Neill, L., Haigh, N., Kirkness, A., Parker, L., Lester, J., Gossman, P., Naidoo, K. (2008). TLEI Report.
- Neill, L. (2007). Comer con gusto. In Inspire (Iss. 1, pp. 74-81).
- Milne, S., Harris, C., Poulston, J., Williamson, D., Neill, L., & Clark, V. (2007). Food and Beverage Service Sector Productivity Study. Auckland: New Zealand Tourism Research Institute. Retrieved from http://www.dol.govt.nz/PDFs/wpp-foodandbeverage.pdf
- Neill, L. J. (2006). The 'White Lady' or Pie Cart: A White Elephant or an Endangered New Zealand Icon?. In K. Hunter, & M. Symons, (Eds.), Eating in, Dining Out. Proceedings of the New Zealand Culinary History Conference (pp. 146-154). Wellington: Victoria University.
- Roberts, E., Williamson, D., & Neill, L. (2006). Utilising flexible learning packages to enhance teaching effectiveness: A New Zealand case study. Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Education, 18(3), 7683.
- Weekly Radio presentation …The Dining Detective on easymix radio 98.2 (3 years)
- The Breakfast Show August 2008
- March Research Consultation for National Radio's What's Up … Shouting a Round …a discussion on NZ's unique or not reciprocal drinking
- August Research Consultation for National Radio’s What’s Up … The History and Origins of the Lunch
- April Research Consultation for National Radio's What's Up…The Evolution Use and Etiquette of the Toothpick
- August Radio New Zealand National with Jim Mora
- August Radio FM Waikato with Nick Trott
- August Newstalk ZB Christchurch with Ali Jones
- August Hokonui Gold with Kelly Burdon
- August More FM Dunedin with Damian Newell
- August Classic Hits Waitaki with Joel Palmer
- October Topshelf Television / John Palino The White lady Get's a make-over.
- Consultant for boxing scenes in NZ movie production commencing 2009
- Publication of The Great New Zealand Pie Cart Hachette. Livre / Hodder Moa Beckett Released 2008 August. By August 31st: #7 NZ best seller, #2 Hachette Livre best seller
- FoodService, September / October 2008. What Ever Happened to New Zealand's Pie Carts?
- The Aucklander, September 2008. Who Ate All The Pies?.
- The Australian Journal of Folklore: The Great New Zealand Pie Cart by J.S. Ryan August 2008
Conferences / Research Output
- Unlocking Student Learning : The impact of teaching and learning enhancement initiatives(TLEIs) on first year students. Neil Haigh, Lindsay Neill, Alison Kirkness, Lorraine Parker, Jim Lester, Peter Gossman, Kogi Naidoo
- Evaluating reading material for first year university students. Alison Kirkness, Lindsay Neill & Kogi Naidoo. Paper presented at the HERDSA Conference 2007 in Adelaide, Australia. (Double blind peer reviewed process)
- The linguistically diverse class: A teacher's perspective. Alison Kirkness & Lindsay Neill. Paper presented at the Language Education, Diversity Conference 2007 at University of Waikato and at the Asdunz Conference 2007 in Auckland, NZ (joint presentation)
- Selecting reading texts for a diverse community of learners. Alison Kirkness, Peter Gossman, Lindsay Neill. Paper presented at HERDSA Conference 2008 in Rotorua (double blind peer reviewed)
- Selecting appropriate reading materials: comparing the lexical demands of a textbook and a journal article. Alison Kirkness & Lindsay Neil. Paper presented at the Language Issues in English medium universities conference in Hong Kong at the University of Hong Kong, June 2008.
- A further paper will be presented at the Annual Conference of Community Languages and English for speakers of Other Languages (CLESOL), October, 2008. This paper includes language support staff from the school of Languages at AUT. Jenner, C., Kirkness, A., Neill, L., Pawson, P., Roser, B. and Wise, K. (2008). Choice of text: balancing language a topic.
- Selecting reading texts for a diverse community of learners. Alison Kirkness, Peter Gossman, Lindsay Neill. Paper presented at HERDSA Conference 2008 Repeated AUT September 2008 (double blind peer reviewed)
- Faculty of Applied Humanities Postgraduate Conference 31st October 2008. The Contested White Lady Perceptions and Social Meaning of the Contested White Lady in Auckland. Paper presented at the above conference. (emphasis on research methodology).
Two applications were prepared for ongoing student research use:
- The Holidays Amendment Act 2004: The Impact of Surcharges on the Hospitality industry (for BIHM student Jessica Baumann)
- Hospitality Co-operative Education: To Enable Student Research for 217806 Outputs.
Emerging Food Writer of the Year