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Dr Katharina Charlotte Husemann
Katharina Charlotte Husemann is a Senior lecturer in Marketing at King’s Business School.

Dr Katharina Charlotte Husemann

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Senior Lecturer in Marketing

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  • Marketing

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Biography

Katharina C Husemann is a Senior lecturer in Marketing at King’s Business School, King’s College London. Her research programme is embedded in the field of consumer culture theory and aims at exploring consumer experiences of, or consumer responses to, a globalized, accelerated, and digitalized consumer culture that contemporary Western societies have developed into.

As such, Katharina’s research contributes to interdisciplinary debates on sustainable consumption and production, temporality and consumption, spirituality and consumption, digital consumption, as well as marketplace accessibility. Methodologically, Katharina’s research adopts an interpretivist, ethnographic approach.

Katharina is published in outlets such as Journal of Consumer Research, Harvard Business Review, Psychology & Marketing, Long Range Planning, Journal of Business Research, Journal of Public Policy and Marketing and Advances in Consumer Research. Her research is featured in media such The Sunday Times, The Telegraph and the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung Germany (FAZ).

Katharina received a prestigious research grant from the British Academy Leverhulme Scheme as well as the Marietta Blau-Scholarship sponsored by the Austrian Agency for International Mobility and Cooperation in Education, Science and Research (OeAD). She also holds a Higher Education Academy fellowship.

Are you currently accepting new PhD students?

Yes