Marcia Christina Ferreira did her PhD. in Management with emphasis in Marketing at Royal Holloway, University of London. She is a Lecturer in Marketing at Liverpool Business School, Liverpool John Moores University since 2015. She focused her career on education and academic research after several years of executive experience in marketing and communication, working at multinationals and local companies in South America. Interdisciplinarity has been a key aspect of her research projects that combines her interests in marketplace cultures, media technologies and product design.
Co-authored the chapter Santa Rosa: um designer a serviço da literatura brasileira [Santa Rosa: a designer at the service of Brazilian literature] in O Design Brasileiro Antes do Design: aspectos da história gráfica, 1870-1960 [Brazilian Design before the Design: aspects of the print history, 1870-1960]. Published in 2005, reprinted 2011. This publication is used as a textbook in courses of History of Design in several universities in Brazil.
MSc in Business Management at Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration (EBAPE) at Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV) – Brazil; Postgraduate in Marketing at Graduate School of Economics (EPGE) at Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV) – Brazil and Bachelor of Design with major in with major in Visual Communication Design at Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC RJ) – Brazil.
Spanish - Latin American
2016, Royal Holloway University of London, United Kingdom, PhD in Management
2007, Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV), Brazil, MSc in Business Management
Lecturer in Marketing, Liverpool Business School,, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, 2015 - present
Visiting Teaching Staff, School of Management, Royal Holloway University of London, 2013 - 2015
Scaraboto D, Ferreira MC, Chung E. 2016. Materials Matter: An Exploration of the Curatorial Practices of Consumers as Collectors Rinallo D, Özçaglar-Toulouse N, Belk R. Research in Consumer Behavior, 18
Ferreira MC, Scaraboto D. 2016. “My plastic dreams”: Towards an extended understanding of materiality and the shaping of consumer identities Journal of Business Research, 69 :191-207 >DOI
Figueiredo B, Ourahmoune N, Rojas P, Pereira SJN, Scaraboto D, Ferreira MC. 2014. THE BRANDED AND GENDERED BRAZILIAN BODY: MATERIAL AND SYMBOLIC CONSTRUCTIONS IN AN OVERLOOKED CONTEXT Schouten JW, Martin DM, Belk R. CONSUMER CULTURE THEORY, 16 :259-273 >DOI >Link
Engagement & Impact
Award title: Best Paper in the Consumer Culture Theory Track at 2015 ANZMAC Conference., Awarding body: ANZMAC Australia and New Zealand Marketing Academy, URL: https://www.business.unsw.edu.au/Campaigns-Site/anzmac/Documents/2015-ANZMAC-Conference-Program.pdf
Title of presentation: Culture-centric Studies of Marketing and Consumption in Brazil, Conference title: 39th Annual Macromarketing Conference, Place/location of conference: Royal Holloway, University of London – United Kingdom, Presentation type: Oral presentation
Title of presentation: The Branded and Gendered Brazilian Body, Conference title: 9th Consumer Culture Theory Conference, Place/location of conference: Aalto University – Finland, Presentation type: Special session
Title of presentation: Materials, Meanings and (re)Materialisation in the Consumption of Counterfeit Goods, Conference title: 9th Consumer Culture Theory Conference, Place/location of conference: Aalto University – Finland, Presentation type: Oral presentation
Title of presentation: From Fish Tank to the Open Ocean: Navigating the Institutional Field of CCT, Conference title: 11th Consumer Culture Theory Conference, Place/location of conference: SKEMA Business School – Lille, France, Presentation type: Roundtable
Title of presentation: Materials Matter: An Exploration of the Curatorial Practices of Consumers as Collectors, Conference title: 11th Consumer Culture Theory Conference, Place/location of conference: SKEMA Business School – Lille, France, Presentation type: Oral presentation
URL: http://www.uc.cl/index.php, Institution: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Collaborator: Dr. Daiane Scaraboto
Membership of professional bodies:
Member, Consumer Culture Theory Consortium, http://consumerculturetheory.org/
Member, Association for Consumer Research, http://www.acrwebsite.org/
Title of qualification gained: Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA)