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No. 55 // June 2021

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Welcome to ICORIA 2021 Bordeaux, France Authenticity, Narratives & History

When looking for the theme of ICORIA 2020, we voted for Authenticity, Narratives & History. We did not expect that 2020 was going to be such a storm and that everyone will be affected one way or another by a global pandemic. History.


So, we went back and forth with the EAA and the organizing committee, wondering if we could go back to a true experience in the beautiful city of Bordeaux. We will not tell you all the social events, dinners, luncheons, wines and surprises we were prepared to experience with the participants because none of them will ever happen. But we hope to return soon to normal or new normal academic life, with lively discussions, new friends and co-authors, new ideas, new papers. Authenticity.

We do not know where we will go with this first-time online ICORIA conference. But the organizing committee hopes you will enjoy and have fond memories of the conference. Narratives.

On Thursday, we will begin with the Doctoral Colloquium, which will be attended by 13 doctoral students. We would like to thank Liselot Hudders for her commitment.

On Friday, the guest speakers Franck Celhay from Montpellier Business School will address wine and design; and Valérie Rabassa (Ph.D. from Toulouse School Economics and former chief Economist at the European Union) will discuss the growing power of digital platforms.

On Saturday, you will have the opportunity to meet the editors of the main academic journal in the Communication and Advertising area. We will conclude the conference with a general assembly and the awards.

The detailed programme for the conference can be downloaded from our conference page.

Alexandra Vignolles and her team really look forward to welcoming the ICORIA family.

P.S.: A special thanks to Patrick D.P. for the beer in Valencia and convincing me to organize the conference in Bordeaux. Next one is on me.


Conference & Journal Announcements

AAA 2021 Call for Competitive Papers and Special Topics Sessions, March 24-27, 2022, Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA
You are invited to submit Competitive Research Papers relevant to any and all aspects of advertising for presentation at the 2021 American Academy of Advertising (AAA) Conference and for publication in the AAA Conference Proceedings. More information about the call is here: AAA Call for papers. Submission deadline: October 1, 2021, Midnight EDT.
For additional questions, please contact Sigal Segev, Vice President AAA, Florida International University, (for Competitive Research Papers), Sela Sar, President-Elect AAA, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, (for Special Topic Proposals) or Harsha Gangadharbatla, President AAA, University of Colorado, Boulder, gharsha@Colorado.EDU (for general questions about the conference).
Call for Proposals for Pre-Conference Sessions, American Academy of Advertising 2022 Annual Conference, March 24-27, 2022, Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront, St. Petersburg, Florida, US
You are invited to submit a proposal for a full- or half-day pre-conference session concerning a topic important to you, your colleagues in the field of advertising, and the academy. More information about the call is here: 2022 AAA Call for pre-con proposals.
A complete proposal should be submitted no later than August 31, 2021 to AAA President, Harsha Ganga at gHarsha@Colorado.Edu. Please put “Pre-Conference Proposal” in the subject line of your email.
Podcasts “Curious and Interesting” from Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising
This year, Barbara Phillips, Professor of Marketing, University of Saskatchewan, will be publishing her last issues at the helm of Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising after completing her terms as editor. And along with the transition to her successor Sukki Yoon at Bryant University, she will also be passing to the American Academy of Advertising the ownership of her creation, the JCIRA article two-minute podcasts, “Curious and Interesting.”
The AAA website has a link to the JCIRA podcasts that can be accessed for viewing by members and non-members.
Here is the link to the YouTube podcast playlists.
Journal of Advertising, Special Section “Forgotten/Neglected Advertising Research Topics: Candidates for Resurrection?!”
This special section is devoted to advertising theories, methods, conceptualizations, and/or practices that may no longer be on the cusp of advertising scholarship interest or practitioner use but which may still hold significance and utility for advertising scholars and specialists.
Special Issue Editor(s): Les Carlson, University of Nebraska-Lincoln USA, (; Russell N. Laczniak, Iowa State University USA ( Submission Deadline: August 1, 2021
For additional information, please use this link
Journal of Advertising, Special Issue dedicated to Reimagining Advertising Research: 50 Years and Beyond
This special issue is aimed at looking to the future and proposing new theories and/or new aspects of advertising practice that may be fruitful in studying and explaining advertising in the years ahead. Papers should be forward-looking and consider what will likely be important for advertising research and theory in our changing society and advertising practices.
Work is strongly encouraged that makes new (or renewed) connections to the disciplines that are not well represented or not being applied to their maximum potential in the extant advertising research and theory. Of course, all papers should be relevant to the broad global readership of the Journal of Advertising. Here, advertising is defined broadly, as reflected in the recent Journal of Advertising Special Issue on The Future of Advertising (Journal of Advertising, Volume 45 Issue 3). The hope is that the papers in this issue will help spur thinking in new directions that can expand our understanding and conceptualization of advertising knowledge. Thus, papers on all research topics related to all types of advertising are welcome. Both conceptual and empirical work that presents ground-breaking original ideas and new research directions is welcome.
Guest editors: Drs. Jisu Huh and Ron Faber at
Submission deadline: December 1, 2021
For additional information, please use this link.


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