This workshop is
aimed at doctoral students working in marketing, history, and social
science departments who are interested in developing their
methodological and historical research skills. In addition to sessions
focusing on various aspects of the historiography of marketing,
historical methodology, archival research skills, and the relationship
between history and marketing theory, the workshop will offer a friendly
and collegial environment for doctoral students to discuss research- and
career-related issues. Doctoral students will be given ample opportunity
to discuss dissertation proposals and employment opportunities in
marketing and marketing history.
will be entered into the competition for the The Donald F. Dixon
Scholarship that will cover the cost of registration to the Workshop and
CHARM Conference for up to the five best papers or abstracts accepted to
CHARM by a doctoral student. In additional, full student manuscripts
submitted to CHARM will compete for the David D. Monieson Best Student
will be held in conjunction with the 18th Biennial Conference on
Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing (CHARM) at Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, U.K.
Doctoral workshop program will be posted in early April.
May 31: dinner (for workshop participants)
June 1: all-day workshop.
Dr. Maria Kalamas Hedden
Associate Professor of Marketing
Kennesaw State University (USA).
Dr. Charles A. Ingene
Siegfried Centennial Professor or Marketing and Supply Chain
The University of Oklahoma
Registration for CHARM 2017 is $350 ($250 for doctoral students).