|Academic Positions Held|
College of Business, University of Notre Dame,
|Courses / Topics Taught|
|Culture, Consumption and Marketing
Qualitative Marketing Research
|Career and Recent Professional Awards|
| Sigma Xi
Best Article Award, Journal of Consumer Research (1989-1991)
First Prize, Poetry Competition, Society for Humanistic Anthropology (1991)
William R. Davidson Award, Honorable Mention, Journal of Retailing (2004; 2011)
MSI/Root Award, Journal of Marketing (2006)
MSI/Buzzell Award (2008)
Emerald Management Reviews Citation of Excellence Award (2009)
|President, Consumer Culture Theory Consortium (2011)
President, Association for Consumer Research (1998)
Fellow, American Anthropological Association
Fellow, Society for Applied Anthropology
Associate Editor, Journal of Consumer Research 1993-1996
Editorial Review Board: Journal of Marketing, Consumption, Markets & Culture, Field Methods, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing
Marketplace Attachment and Identity Construction in the Realm of Ordinary Places
Street Art and Political Consumerism
When is the Environmental Imperative the Ethical Imperative?
Artifacts and Process at Burning Man
Discordant Retail Brand Ideology in the House of Barbie, (with Mary Ann McGrath and Nina Diamond), Qualitative Marketing Research 16 (1).
Reflections of a Scape Artist: Discerning Scapus in Contempory Worlds, forthcoming in Spirituality and Consumption, eds. Diego Rinallo, Linda Scott, and Pauline Maclaran, London: Routledge.
Symbiotic Postures of Commercial Advertising and Street Art: Implications for Creativity (with Laurel Anderson, Stefania Borghini, and Luca Visconti), Journal of Advertising 39 (3): 115-128.
The Aesthetics of Luxury Fashion, Body and Identity Formation (with Annamma Joy, Alladi Venkatesh and Jonathan Deschenes), Journal of Consumer Psychology 20 (4): 459-470.
The Marketing Reformation Redux, in Inside Marketing: Cultures, Ideologies and Practices, (2010), eds. Julien Cayla and Detlev Zwick, London: Oxford University Press, pp. 343-350.
American Girl and Brand Gestalt: Closing the Loop on Sociocultural Branding Research (with Nina Diamond, Mary Ann McGrath, Albert Muniz, Stefania Borghini, and Rober Kozinets), Journal of Marketing, 2009, 73 (3): 118-134.
Explorations in Consumer Culture Theory (with Eileen Fischer), London: Routledge, 2008.
Consumer Culture Theory, (with Russell Belk), Oxford: Elsevier, 2007.
Creating a Market Orientation: A Longitudinal, Multi-Firm, Grounded Analysis of Cultural Transformation (with Gary Gebhart and Gregory Carpenter), Journal of Marketing 70 (October), 37-55, 2006.
Brand Meaning, in Kellogg on Branding, eds. Alice Tybout and Tim Calkins, New York: John Wiley & Sons, 40-69, 2005.
Ludic Agency and Retail Spectacle (with Robert Kozinets, Diana Storm, Adam Duhachek, Krittinee Nuttavuthuisit and Benét DeBerry-Spence) Journal of Consumer Research 31 (3): 658-672, 2004.
Time, Space and the Market: Retroscapes Rising (with Stephen Brown), NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2003.
Speaking of Art as Embodied Imagination: A Multi-Sensory Approach to Understanding Aesthetic Experience (with Annamma Joy), Journal of Consumer Research 30 (2), 259-282, 2003.
Teaching Old Brands New Tricks: Retro Branding and the Revival of Brand Meaning (with Stephen Brown and Robert Kozinets), Journal of Marketing 67 (3), 19-33, 2003.
Sacred Iconography in Secular Space: Altars, Alters and Alterity at Burning Man (with Robert Kozinets) in Contemporary Consumer Rituals: A Research Anthology, eds Cele Otnes and Tina Lowrey, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 291-311, 2003.
Themed Flagship Brand Stores in the New Millennium: Theory, Practice Prospects (with R. Kozinets, B. DeBerry-Spence, A. Duhachek, K. Nuttavushusti, D. Storm) Journal of Retailing, 78: 17-29, 2002.
A Role for Poetry in Consumer Research (with John Schouten) Journal of Consumer Research 29 (1), 218-234, 2002.
Qualitative Inquiry in Marketing and Consumer Research (with Robert Kozinets) in Kellogg on Marketing, ed. Dawn Iacobucci, New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 165-194, 2001.
Place, Technology, and Representation, Journal of Consumer Research 27 (2), 273-278, 2000.
Servicescapes: The Concept of Place in Contemporary Markets, Lincolnwood, IL: NTC Business Books, 1998.
Contemporary Marketing and Consumer Behavior: An Anthropological Sourcebook, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage,1995.
Bottomless Cup, Plug in Drug: A Telethnography of Coffee, Visual Anthropology, 7 (4): 355-374, 1995.
Postmodern Alternatives: The Interpretive Turn in Consumer Research, in Handbook of Consumer Behavior, eds. Thomas Robertson and Harold Kassarjian, Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 548-591, 1991.
The Sacred and Profane in Consumer Behavior: Theodicy on the Odyssey (with Russell Belk and Melanie Wallendorf) Journal of Consumer Research, 16 (1): 1-38, 1989.
Gift Giving in Anthropological Perspective, Journal of Consumer Research 10 (2): 157-168, 1983.
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