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    Aurélie Broeckerhoff is a critical cultural studies and consumption researcher motivated by social justice. Her research highlights the politics of ‘consumption’ systems in volatile or contested spaces; and how social relations are affected by (geo)political, economic or societal change, manifesting in people’s experiences of vulnerability or exclusion. Her research also explores social movements to understand what alternative visions for society they seek to enact. Her research approach is through bricolage with a particular focus on ethnographic and arts-based methods. Prior to joining academia, Aurélie worked in international development for the British Council, the Institute of Foreign Cultural Relations, and the British Embassy in Berlin; as well as in social policy research at the Institute of Community Cohesion. 

    Vision Statement


    The politics of markets and consumption are influential shapers of contemporary social relations. My research explores the link between consumption and social relations in contested or volatile contexts. I am particularly interested in experiences of vulnerability or exclusion because of conflict, marketplace or societal change. Underlying all my research is a belief in the real-world transformative potential of research insights.

    Research Interests

    Diversity; Consumption; consumer culture; political consumption


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