Posts Tagged "Kim Kardashian"

Symposium: The Kardashian Decade

Posted on Mar 11, 2018 | 0 comments

The Centre for Life-Writing Research at King’s College London was delighted to host ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashian Decade’, a short symposium on life-writing in the age of the Kardashians. Organised by Rob Gallagher (KCL, Postdoctoral Research Associate) and Oline Eaton (KCL, CLWR Visiting Research Fellow) as a part of Ego-Media, the afternoon featured talks followed by a panel discussion among scholars from diverse fields. Hannah Yellin (Oxford-Brookes, Lecturer in Media and Culture) started the session with a discussion of the Kardashian’s Armenianness and beauty regimen, as...

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Kimposium! A symposium about all things Kardashian

Posted on Oct 27, 2015 | 0 comments

From Dr Meredith Jones, Brunel University Kimposium! A symposium about all things Kardashian BREAK THE INTERNET – Darcey Bella Arnold – 18K Gold plated 3D printed brass, 100 x 60mm 2015 Thursday 26th November 9am – 6pm Darwin Room, Brunel University London Book your place: The Kardashian/Jenner/West clan is increasingly wealthy and famous, and its members have...

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Doctoral Survey – Kim Kardashian: Hollywood

Posted on Sep 25, 2014 | 0 comments

In her Doctoral research, Stefania Marghitu is exploring Kim Kardashian’s brand, and how users engage with her widely successful mobile app game, Kim Kardashian: Hollywood.  She will also be discussing how the game was a popular example of what Jesper Juul calls a “casual game,” a type of gaming that is dominated by women users. Currently Stefania is conducting a short survey on user participation and engagement in the Kim Kardashian mobile app game. For the successful completion of Stefania’s critical study, please visit the following link and participate in a...

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