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Dr. Norah Campbell

Associate Professor in Marketing

Room 203
01 896 3609

Norah Campbell is a lecturer in critical marketing. Her teaching is in marketing theory, and science and technology studies. Her research interests are in nano-bio-info-cogno markets, and climate change. This work has been published in both science journals (Nature Nanotechnology) and social science journals (Science, Technology and Human Values).

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Norah Campbell graduated with a PhD in Marketing from Dublin Institute of Technology, and an undergraduate degree in French and German from Trinity College. Her research is interdisciplinary, and her current projects are on images of bacteria in advertising history, and measuring the level of terror surrounding global warming. Her work is co-written with philosophers, psychologists, scientists and film theorists and is directly concerned with capitalism’s role in gender, class, health, and educational inequality.

Norah serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Macromarketing, and Consumption, Markets and Culture.

  • Food marketing and obesity
  • Nano-bio-info-cogno markets
  • Posthumanism
  • Climate change and psychology
  • Future market dynamics, specifically anti-fragility, autoimmunity, hyperobjectivity and exponentiality


1. Campbell, Norah, Gerard McHugh and Paul Ennis (2019) ‘Climate Change is Not a Problem: Speculative Realism at the End of Organisation’, Organization Studies, vol. 40, 5: (725-744)

2. Campbell Norah, Cormac Deane and Padraig Murphy (2017). The Sounds of Nanotechnology Nature Nanotechnology , 60:(606-610)

3. Campbell, Norah and Cormac Deane (2018) ‘Bacteria and the Market’ Marketing Theory

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    1. OOO: OOOH!
    Campbell, Norah (2015) in Robin Canniford and Domen Bajde (eds.) Assembling Consumption: Researching Actors, Networks and Markets London: Routledge

    2. Signs and Semiotics of Advertising
    Campbell, Norah (2013) in Jonathan Schroeder, Sam Warren and Emma Bell The Routledge Companion to Visual Organisation London: Routledge

    3. Marketing and the Quality of Life
    Campbell, Norah and Aidan O’Driscoll (2013) in Alex C. Michalos (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Well-Being and Quality of Life Berlin: Springer Verlag

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