Anissa Pomiès is an Assistant Professor of Marketing in the Lifestyle Research Center. Trained as a Sociologist and an Ethnographer, her fields of expertise include market dynamics, taste, visual methods, and consumer culture. In addition to her conferences and publications, she is a trainee reviewer for the Journal of Consumer Research, as well as an ad hoc reviewer for Consumption, Markets, & Culture and Marketing Letters. Anissa Pomiès is in the Board of the CCT Consortium.
2015, PhD in Marketing, ESCP Europe and La Sorbonne University
2011, Master’s degree in Sociology, La Sorbonne University
2011, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan’s degree in Social Sciences
2005-2008, Hypokhâgne / Khâgne BL, Lycée du Parc, Lyon
2016, Best Special Session Award, CCT Conference
2016, Travel grants (1000 dollars and 600 dollars)
2016, Finalist for the AFM-FNEGE Best Dissertation Award
2014, CEFAG Programme
2013, Best Participant Award, QDA (CCT Conference)
2011-2015, Doctoral grant
2017, Mentor at the ACR Doctoral Workshop
2015-2017, Postdoctoral researcher at Concordia University (Montreal, Canada), under the supervision of Pr. Zeynep Arsel
2011-2015, Research and Teaching Assistant at ESCP Europe (Paris, France), PhD Student under the supervision of Pr. Elisabeth Tissier-Desbordes
2014, Visiting PhD Student at the Southern Denmark University (Odense, Denmark), under the supervision of Pr. Soeren Askegaard
Trainee Reviewer forThe Journal of Consumer Research
Ad hoc Reviewer forConsumption, Markets, & Culture
Ad hoc Reviewer forMarketing Letters
Reviewer for the Consumer Culture Theory Conference
Ad hoc Reviewer for the French Marketing Association (case study track)
2014, Co-organizer and Co-chair of the Marketing track, BPF Conference
2011-2013, Editors’ Assistant forDécisions Marketing
Consumer Behavior, Consumer culture, lifestyles, sociology, ethnographic methods, visual methods, market dynamics, taste, expertise, Actor-Network Theory, Bourdieu, epistemology
Consumer Culture Theory
Association Française de Marketing (French Marketing Association)
Markets: How do markets emerge and evolve over time?
Taste and expertise: How do experts participate in market dynamics, taste shaping, and changes in consumers’ aesthetic preferences?
Images: How to produce and analyze visual data to investigate production and consumption practices? How to translate words into images to create visual research outputs?
2017, Pomiès, Anissa “Painting as a method”, CCT Conference, July 9-12, Anheim, California, USA. (Special Session)
2017, Pomiès, Anissa, “Atlas: a visual method for flat ontologies”, Visualizing Research Day, Mai 10, Lyon, France.
2017, Pomiès, Anissa “The emergence of Hermesian markets”, Consumer and Consumption Symposium @ Yale, March 31, New Heaven, Connecticut, USA.
2016, Pomiès, Anissa “Behind the Scenes of Market Emergence”, Seminar at Schulich School of Business, December 15, Toronto, Canada.
2016, Pomiès, Anissa,“Methodological insights to study practices through visual data”, CCT Conference, July 6-9, Lille, France. (Competitive track)
2016, Pomiès, Anissa and Zeynep Arsel, “There is Disputing about Taste: Genealogy of a Contested Concept”, CCT Conference, July 6-9, Lille, France. (Special session)
2016, Pomiès, Anissa, “Comprendre la création des marchés par l'analyse de situations performatives. Une étude du marché descoffee shopsen France. ”, Conférence AFM, May 18-21, Lyon, France.
2015, Pomiès, Anissa, “The role of experts in taste creation and in market shaping”, Conférence AFM, May 20 – 22, Marrakech, Marocco.
2014, Pomiès, Anissa and Elisabeth Tissier-Desbordes, “The expertise situation as a taste regime. An ethnography of coffee contests”, Journées Normandes de Recherches sur la Consommation, November 27 – 28, Rouen, France.
2014, Pomiès, Anissa, Elisabeth Tissier-Desobrdes and Luca Visconti, “Serve Me the Perfect Coffee: Taste Regime as Relational and Embodied Practice”, CCT Conference, June 26 – 29, Helsinki, Finland. (competitive track)
2014, Pomiès, Anissa, “Expertise”, watercolor, 30X30cm, CCT Conference, June 26 – 29, Helsinki, Finland. (art gallery)
2013, Pomiès, Anissa, “The embeddedness of experts in the specialty coffee world”, CCT Conference, June 13 - 16, Tucson – Arizona, USA. (doctoral workshop).
2013, Pomiès, Anissa, “How experts are produced and how do experts co-produce products? The case of coffee”, Conférence AFM, May 15 - 17, La Rochelle, France. (doctoral workshop)
2012, Pomiès, Anissa, “The expert, a figure of persuasion”, Journée d’étude sur les techniques du faire-croire (labex hastec), June 21 - 22, Paris, France.
2012, Pomiès, Anissa, “The production of experts and what experts produce”, EMAC, May 22 - 25, Lisbon, Portugal (doctoral workshop).
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