Presentations

Presentations in seminars and conferences:

  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. & Canhilal, Kubra (August 9-11, 2019). Where Do Consumption Collectives Come From: The Story of Shared Resource Bundles. AMA Summer Marketing Educators Conference 2019. Chicago, USA.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. & Canhilal, Kubra (July, 2019). Where Do Consumption Collectives Come From: The Story of Shared Resource Bundles. CEREFIGE Marketing Axis. Metz, France.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. & Canhilal, Kubra (June 18-23, 2019). Where Do Consumption Collectives Come From: The Story of Shared Resource Bundles. Sunbelt Social Networks Conference. Montreal, Canada.
  1. Saleem, Fathima Z., Hawkins, Matthew A., & Pyle, Martin (May 29-June 1, 2018). In Blog We Trust: Examining How Blog Narrative Fit and Sponsorship Influence Consumers. Glasgow, UK.
  1. Saleem, Fathima Z., Hawkins, Matthew A., & Pyle, Martin (May 15, 2018). In Blog We Trust: Examining How Blog Narrative Fit and Sponsorship Influence Consumers. CEREFIGE Marketing Axis. Nancy, France.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew. (February 22, 2018). Counterfeits and Brand Communities. ICN Brown Bag Series. Nancy, France.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew (December 1, 2017). Don’t Tell Me That Consumption Is Just Something We Do: The Effect of Activity Identity Fusion on Negative Consumer Behavior. CEREFIGE Writing Workshop. Nancy, France
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. (Summer 2017). How Consumers Manage Their Identities Through Possessions, 125th APA Annual Convention. Washington, DC., US.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. (Spring 2017). The Roles Identity Central Possessions Play in Consumers’ Lives, GIKA Conference. Lisbon, Portugal.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. (January 10, 2017). How Consumers Manage Their Identities Through Possessions, CEREFIGE Marketing Axis. Nancy, France.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. (July 11-12, 2016). Consumption Collective Participant Screens and Understanding Membership Transformation, 7th International Research Meeting in Business and Management. Nice, France.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. (October 20, 2016). Implementing the Pomodoro Technique & Classroom Management, ICN Teaching Axis. Nancy, France.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. & Rome, Alexandra (June 18-21, 2015). Practice Makes Perfect: Conceptualizing Identity Construction as a Practice, Consumer Culture Theory Conference. University of Arkansas. Fayetteville, Arkansas.
  1. Rome, Alexandra & Hawkins, Matthew A. (co-presented) (April 16-17, 2015). And… Action! Implementing Self-Directed Interview Research Designs, 8th Workshop on Interpretive Consumer Research. University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK.
  2. Hawkins, Matthew A. (July 9-11, 2013). The Importance of Practice: A Resourcing-Market Perspective, 2013 GIKA Conference. Universitat de València. Valencia, Spain.
  1. Shin, Joon-Ho; Hawkins, Matthew A. & Mendoza, Xavier (July 3-6, 2013). Internationalization of Emerging Market Firms: Capability Renewal through Competitive Dynamics, Academy of International Business (AIB) 2013. Istanbul, Turkey.
  1. Saleem, Fathima Z. & Hawkins, Matthew A. (March 7-9, 2013). Resourcing Tensions Across Multiple Identities: A Case of Online Personal Branders, Anthropology of Markets & Consumption Conference. University of California-Irvine, Irvine, California.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. & Singh, Jatinder J. (August 17-19, 2012). Risk Reducing Portfolio Effects: Uncertainty Avoidance in Brand Extensions, AMA Summer Marketing Educators Conference 2012. Chicago, Illinois.
  1. Saleem, Fathima Z. & Hawkins, Matthew A. (May 24-26, 2012). Identity and Space Narrative Tensions: A Performativity-Practice Perspective using User-Generated Content Providers, 7th Organization Studies Workshop. Rhodes, Greece.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. (July 5-7, 2011). Meaning Creation Process in Gift Receivers, 6th Consumer Culture Theory Workshop. Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. (June 3-10, 2011). Hauling in Gift Meaning, Consumption Theory: Contemporary Issues. Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey.
  1. Hawkins, Matthew A. & Singh, Jatinder J. (April 5-7, 2011). Brand Extensions and Culture: The Impacts of Uncertainty Avoidance and Power Distance on Extension Attitudes, 7th Global Brand Conference of the AM’s Brand, Corporate Identity and Reputation SIG. Said Business School, University of Oxford, UK.