"Technology, Luxury and the poor"

Russell W. Belk is the Kraft Foods Canada Chair in Marketing at the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto.

His research involves the meanings of possessions, collecting, gift-giving, sharing and materialism and his work is often cultural, visual, qualitative, and interpretive.
He is the co-founder of the Association for Consumer Research Film Festival and has over 550 publications.
Currently he is on the editorial boards of 20 journals and is Associate Editor of the Journal of Consumer Research.
He is past president of the Association for Consumer Research and the International Association of Marketing and Development, and is a fellow in the Association for Consumer Research and the American Psychological Association.

He has received the Paul D. Converse Award, two Fulbright Fellowships, Society of Marketing Advances Distinguished Marketing Scholar Award, and honorary professorships on four continents.
In 2005 he received the Sheth Foundation/Journal of Consumer Research Award for Long Term Contribution to Consumer Research. Besides York, he has also taught at the University of Utah, University of Illinois, Temple University, Claremont Graduate University, and universities in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, Africa, New Zealand, and Australia.

Time & Place: Wednesday, November 2nd.  
Room U55 - 16.00-17.30

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