Seminars and Workshops

Please find detailed below the Seminar Programme for Spring 2016

DateNameAffiliationTitle
10th February 2016 Dr Michael Healy University of Stirling

Being sub-culturally authentic and acceptable to the mainstream:  Civilizing practices and self-authentication

9th March 2016 Dr Gretchen Larsen Durham University  Arts Consumption
23rd March 2016 Dr Georgious Patsiaouras University of Leicester  Genealogy Marketing
13th April 2016 Dr Brent McKenzie University of Guelph  TBA
27th April 2016 Professor Julie Tinson University of Stirling  TBA

 

 Please find detailed below the Seminar Programme for Autumn 2015

Date   Name     Affiliation    Title                                   
23rd September 2015 Dr Dimitrios Kolyperas University of Stirling Fan Value in Sports
30th September 2015 Professor David Marshall University of Edinburgh Where's Dad?  Advertising discourse and fatherhood in Good Housekeeping 1950 - 2010
21st October 2015 Dr Tim Lehman University of Tasmania Learning from the museum of old and new art.
4th November 2015 Dr Markus Wohlfeil University of Stirling

While consumers have always been fascinated by the works and private lives of celebrities, some consumers experience a significantly more intensive level of admiration for a particular celebrity and, subsequently, become what are commonly known as fans. However, scant attention has been paid to how the relationship between fans and celebrities expresses itself in everyday consumer behaviour.

9th December 2015 Professor Steve Burt University of Stirling TBA

 

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