Annie Blanchette, PhD

Graduate School Skills Workshops

November 2011:

PhotoVoice

Training workshop on understanding, designing, managing and facilitating a participatory photography project. The course covered key aspects of participatory photography including practicalities, methodologies, ethics, participatory tools, facilitation and participatory frameworks.

November 2010:

The Higher Education Academy

Learning and Teaching in Higher Education Certification

July 2010:

Essex Summer School in Social Science Data Analysis

Introducing Discourse Theory: Meaning, Politics & Subjectivity

Conferences/Symposiums

23rd September 2011:

Nostalgia in the 21st Century: Seminar 6, PhD and Early Career Colloquium, University of Strathclyde Glasgow, UK

Paper presentation: "Revisiting the “passé”: history rewriting in the neo-burlesque community".

July 2010:

2010 European Conference of the Association for Consumer Research, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

Poster presentation: ‘More to Loathe than to Love? The reinforcement and contestation of stigma in the Reality T.V. show “More to Love”’. Co-authors: Professor Eileen Fischer and Daiane Scaraboto

June 2010:

10th Conference on Gender, Marketing and Consumer Behaviour, University of Cumbria, UK

Paper presentation: ‘Unruly Women? Exploring the North-American Neo-Burlesque Scene’. In “Postfeminism and Consumer Culture” (Special Session).

April 2009:

Third Annual Student Conference on Business Research, HEC Montréal, QC

Paper presentation: ‘La sous-culture néo-burlesque : une conception de la féminité en marge des projections commerciales’.

Academic Workshop

February 2011:

Feminism, Work and the Body, University of Bristol School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies, UK

Feminism, Work and the Body Seminar Attendant and Workshop Participant

Professional Meetings

July 2011:

Contemplating in the City, Emerging Consumer Cultures Research Group (ECCG), Bournemouth University /Royal Holloway, University of London

Reading group

2008:

Ethnographic Research Reading Group, HEC Montréal

2008-2010: Member, group under the supervision of Professor Jean-Sébastien Marcoux.