CFP for Journal of Marketing Management – Influencer Marketing: Interdisciplinary and Socio-Cultural Perspectives

Journal of Marketing Management Special Issue Call for Papers Deadline for submissions: 1 September 2021 Full details of the call for papers can be found below or at https://www.jmmnews.com/influencer-marketing/ Influencer Marketing: Interdisciplinary and Socio-Cultural Perspectives Guest Editors: Lauren Gurrieri, RMIT University, Australia, Jenna Drenten, Loyola University Chicago, USA, & Crystal Abidin, Curtin University, Australia Influencer marketing is a growing area … Continue reading CFP for Journal of Marketing Management – Influencer Marketing: Interdisciplinary and Socio-Cultural Perspectives

Retirement Reflections from Dr. Jan Brace-Govan

GENMAC congratulates Dr. Jan Brace-Govan on her retirement! Dr. Brace-Govan was an Associate Professor in the Business School of Monash University and helped shape GENMAC through her service on the GENMAC Advisory Board. Her research focused on critical marketing analyses of gender issues and on consumption. She published in the European Journal of Marketing, Journal of Public … Continue reading Retirement Reflections from Dr. Jan Brace-Govan

Congratulations to Scholars Awarded CBSIG Grant for Research on ‘Safe Spaces’ and Inclusive Service Environments

Congratulations to Dr. Abigail (Abby) Nappier Cherup (Assistant Professor of Marketing, California State University, San Marcos) and Dr. André F. Maciel (Assistant Professor of Marketing, University of Nebraska) for being awarded an AMA-CBSIG Small Research Grant for their work titled “Safe Spaces: How to Create and Maintain Inclusive Services Environments.” GENMAC congratulates these scholars for … Continue reading Congratulations to Scholars Awarded CBSIG Grant for Research on ‘Safe Spaces’ and Inclusive Service Environments

Register for the GENMAC Virtual Writing Retreat // August 19th 1-3pm BST

Research suggests writing groups are an excellent source of peer mentorship (Sarnecka, 2019). In the current cultural climate, it could be easy to become disconnected from other scholars on top of experiencing increased stress. To create a space for gender and marketing scholars to work on their research, we are introducing GENMAC Virtual Writing Retreats. … Continue reading Register for the GENMAC Virtual Writing Retreat // August 19th 1-3pm BST

Register for the GENMAC Virtual Writing Retreat // July 21st 3-5pm NZST

Research suggests writing groups are an excellent source of peer mentorship (Sarnecka, 2019). In the current cultural climate, it could be easy to become disconnected from other scholars on top of experiencing increased stress. To create a space for gender and marketing scholars to work on their research, we are introducing GENMAC Virtual Writing Retreats. … Continue reading Register for the GENMAC Virtual Writing Retreat // July 21st 3-5pm NZST