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DOCTORAL COLLOQUIUM

Being different is not easy. Yet it is required if one is to 'make a contribution' in academic publishing and 'stand out from the crowd' in the ever more competitive academic job market. 


'In my research, I've interviewed a lot of people who never fit in, who are what you might call 'different': scientists, artists, thinkers. And if you drop down deep into their work and who they are, there is a tremendous amount of self-acceptance.' Brene Brown

DIVERGENCE FROM THE NORM  
DISTINCTION FROM THE CROWD  
EXTRAORDINARY OVER ROUTINE  

26th November 2021 – 28th November 2021

The ANZMAC Doctoral Colloquium offers a platform to assist PhD students in developing and shaping their current research practice towards successful academic careers. 


Designed to connect students to peers and academic mentors, the Doctoral Colloquium at ANZMAC 2021, will offer a collegial environment for the exchange of cutting-edge research ideas and supportive feedback. Participants from all around the world will share resources, build connections, and find inspiration to continue developing their research for greater impact.  

About Doctoral Colloquium at ANZMAC 2021

Daiane Scaraboto is Associate Professor at the Department of Management and Marketing at the University of Melbourne. Her research projects account for consumer culture phenomena and converge around examining the multiple roles consumers assume in markets – and that lead to the creation of value for themselves and for others.

Jing (Jill) Lei is Associate Professor in Marketing at the Department of Management and Marketing. Her research interests are mainly in the area of consumer decision making, especially how consumers make trade-off decisions in various contexts, such as food consumption and financial decisions.

Associate Professor Jing (Jill) Lei 

Associate Professor Daiane Scaraboto

Professor Julie Ozanne

Julie L. Ozanne is the Professor of Marketing at the University of Melbourne. Julie is a transformative consumer researcher who specializes in alternative methodologies for the study of social problems, such as interpretive, critical, participatory, and community action research methods.

Doctoral Colloquium Chairs

Daiane Scaraboto

(University of Melbourne)

Brent Cooker (University of Melbourne)

John Roberts

(UNSW)

 Stephan Ludwig (University of Melbourne

Valentyna Melnyk (UNSW)

Tom van Laer

(University of Sydney)

Paul Henry (University of Sydney)

Nikita Garg

(UNSW)

 Misha Ketchell

(The Conversation)

Marian Makkar

(RMIT University)

 Lauren Gurrieri (RMIT University)

Ken Roberts

(CEO, Forethought)

Jason Pallant (Swinburne University)

Gerri Spassova (Monash University)

 Francis Farrelly (RMIT University)

 Erik Mooi

(University of Melbourne)

Don O’Sullivan (Melbourne Business School)

 Davide Orazi

(Monash University)

Bernardo Figueiredo (RMIT University)

Speakers

Submissions Open: 

Monday May 24, 2021


Submissions Close (Extended Abstract): 

Monday July 26, 2021


Author Notification:

Thursday August 26, 2021


Full Papers Due: 

Sunday October 24, 2021

DC Key Dates

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