Prague, Czech Republic hosts EAA’s 20th annual conference
The 20th International Conference on Research in Advertising (ICORIA) will be held in Prague, one of the loveliest cities in the world. Its unique atmosphere stems from the consonance of the old and the new, the aged wisdom and the fresh innovations.
On Prague’s streets, one may encounter both, separately or in sometimes inspiring, sometimes disturbing dynamics. We believe this is the right place to meet after a year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic and jointly re-consider the shapes and formats of current advertising. The organising committee encourages all those devoted to questioning the present and envisioning the future of advertising and marketing communication to meet in the streets where the history of Europe had been shaped and re-written and to commonly discuss the conference theme "Frontiers of Advertising: Re-considering Its Shapes and Forms".
ICORIA 2022 is set to take place at the Prague University of Economics and Business in the very heart of the city. Papers on topics related to the demarcation of advertising and marketing communication will be presented during the two days of the conference held from June 23rd 2022 to June 25th 2022 on the university campus.
8th ICORIA Doctoral Colloquium
23rd June 2022
Prague University of Economics and Business
The aim of the ICORIA Doctoral Colloquium is to provide PhD students with professional skills needed for their academic career. The colloquium gives PhD students the opportunity to learn from the insights and experiences of senior scholars in their field of study. Furthermore, it is a great opportunity to meet peers from different countries in order to build an international network that will be valuable throughout their academic career.Continue...
Extended deadline: March 22th 2022.
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Call for papers
This year’s conference redirects the focus from the content and meaning of the marketing message to its form, i.e. its format and shape since the ubiquitous technological developments blur the so far accepted contours of advertisement. As such, marketing communication takes on a new resemblance that deserves our attention. The topic of the 20th ICORIA is “Frontiers of Advertising: Re-considering Its Shapes and Forms” and we invite you to feed the debate on this topic with your remarks.
Conference chair & Organizing committee
The conference chair manager:
- Daria Gunina