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Dr. Norah Campbell

Associate Professor (Trinity Business School)

Norah Campbell is a lecturer in critical marketing. Her teaching is in management theory, and science and technology studies. Her research interests are in nano-bio-info-cogno markets, climate change, and the food industry. This work has been published in both science journals (Nature Nanotechnology) and social science journals (Science, Technology and Human Values).
  Consumer behaviour, society   Embodiment   Feminism   History of Technology   Information theory   Material Culture   Posthumanities
 Bacteria and the Market

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Editorial Policy Board - Journal of Macromarketing (Sage) 2015
Editorial Board - Consumption, Markets and Culture (Routledge) 2016
Norah CampbelNorah Campbell, Sarah Browne, Marius Claudy, Kathryn Reilly, Francis M. Finucane, Ultra-Processed Food: The Tragedy of the Biological Commons, International Journal of Health Policy and Management, 2023, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL
Campbell, Norah, Sarah Browne, Francis Finucane, Kathryn Reilly and Mélissa Mialon , How does framing work as a corporate political activity? The case of the sugar lobby in Ireland, Social Science and Medicine , 264, (113215), 2020, p12 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Claudy M, Doyle G, Marriott L, Campbell N, O'Malley G., re Sugar-Sweetened Beverage Taxes Effective? Reviewing the Evidence Through a Marketing Systems Lens, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing, 2020, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Claudy, Marius, Vijayakumar, Suhas, Campbell, Norah, Reckless spreader or blameless victim? How vaccination status affects responses to COVID-19 patients , Social Science and Medicine, 2022, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Norah Campbell Francis Finucane Sarah Browne Marius Claudy Mélissa Mialon Francisco Goiana-Silva Serge Hercberg, The Gift of Data: Industry-Led Food Reformulation and the Obesity Crisis in Europe , Journal of Public Policy and Marketing , doi:10.1177/07439156, 2021, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Viruses and Bacteria in, editor(s)Alan Bradshaw and Joel Hietanen , Dictionary of Coronavirus Culture, London, Penguin Random House, 2020, pp363 - 371, [Norah Campbell ], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Norah Campbell, Really Long Range Planning: Cixin Liu's Rememberance of Earth's Past, Academy of Management Education and Learning , 19, (3), 2020, p433 - 434, Review Article, PUBLISHED  URL
N. Campbell G. Sinclair and S. Browne, Preparing for a world without markets: legitimising strategies of preppers, Journal of Marketing Management, 35, 2019, p789 - 817, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Campbell, Norah, Gerard McHugh and Paul Ennis, Climate Change is Not a Problem: Speculative Realism at the End of Organisation, Organization Studies,, 2018, p1-20 , Journal Article, PUBLISHED  URL
Norah, Stephen Dunne and Paul E. Ennis , Immaterialism, Objects and Social Theory, Theory Culture and Society, 36, (3), 2019, p121 - 137, Journal Article, PUBLISHED  TARA - Full Text  URL

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Norah Campbell, 'Podcast: Climate Change and the Speculation of Quentin Meillassoux', Field Day Podcast Series,, 2017, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED
Campbell, Norah, 'Marketing is Killing Us I: The Case of Food', Village Magazine, August 2017, 2017, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED
Campbell, Norah , 'Marketing is Killing Us II: The Case of Fashion', Village Magazine, Village Magazine, 2017, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED


Award Date
Fellow, Trinity College Dublin 2018
Food lobbying and public relations Critical, historical and ontological aspects of capitalism Climate change and the role of the university