Webinar Series: New ways of sensing and knowing in critical and interpretivist marketing studies

Date: 
15/04/2021 to 29/04/2021
Additional info: 
Academy of Marketing webinars
Type: 

Colleagues from Durham University Business School and Royal Holloway, University of London, are organising an event for the Academy of Marketing on new ways of sensing and knowing in critical and interpretivist marketing studies. This event was originally planned for last year, but was postponed due to the lockdown. It has been revamped into a series of three online webinars – please see outline below and further details attached, including registration details.

 

Date 

Speakers

Title of the session 

15.04.21

 

Time: 5.30 to 7 (UK time) 

 

Chair: Gretchen

Key note: Ozlem Sandikc (University of Glasgow)

Discussant: Olga Kravets  (Royal Holloway, University of London)

 

Second paper TBC 

 

The politics of sensing and knowing in critical and interpretivist marketing studies 

 

22.04.21

 

Time: 5.30 to 7 (UK time)

 

Chair: Chloe 

 

Roua Al Hanouti (University of Lille) ‘ The vulnerability of refugee families: adjusting the stigmatised identity’ 

 

Martina Hutton (University of Winchester)  ‘Ventriloquism, Voice and Activism: Research Stances, Tensions and Possibilities’

 

 

 

Studying marginality: politicising research and the researcher 

29.04.21

 

Time: 5.30 to 7 (UK time)

 

Chair: Benedetta 

 Leighanne Higgins (University of Lancaster)  ‘Marketplace and I: Commercial Experiences of Disability Explored through Art’ 

 

 

Rachel Ashman (University of Liverpool)  ‘ Exploring the Dynamics of a Collaborative Working Methodology: The Case of the Liverpool Feminist Collective’

 

 

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