Department of Marketing
Hanne Pico Larsen has a PhD in Folklore from University of California, Berkeley (2006). Her PhD research focused on tourism, themed space-making, and Danishness in the Danish-themed village of Solvang, California. After her dissertation, Hanne held a postdoctoral fellowship and was financed by Svenska Riksbanken, for her project “Nordic Spaces in the North and North America” (2008-2013). Hanne works with international scholars across disciplines on various aspects of Nordicness, as manifested both in the Nordic countries and in the US. Additionally, she was appointed an adjunct professor at Columbia University in New York (2008-2014) where she taught classes in Folklore, Performance, and Scandinavian Crime in Mass Media.
Her current research focuses on consumer culture theory and tourism. Hanne is involved in several projects about storytelling as a tool to strengthen brand biographies, as well as the use of storytelling to create value and expand the consumer experiences with brands. Hanne is also researching how storytelling can create and expand certain servicescapes, and she is working on Scandinavian island tourism and cosmopolitan space-making at a prominent New York restaurant.
- Consumer Culture Theory (CCT)
- Storytelling and branding
- Tourism, experience economy and servicescapes
- Folklore, ethnology and qualitative research methods
- Food anthropology
Consumer Culture Theory (CCT)
Bachelor and Master Theses.
- 2013 “A Windmill and a Vikinghjem: The Importance of Visual Icons as Heritage Tropes among Danish-Americans.” In Performing Nordic Heritage: Everyday Life and Institutional Practices. Eds. Lizette Gradén & Peter Aronsson. London: Ashgate: 73- 98.
- With Lizette Gradén & Susanne Österlund-Pötzsch: Nordic Spaces in the U.S. Three Examples of the Performance of Nordic-American Identity. In: American Studies in Scandinavia 44:1(67-96).
- 2012 “Thomas Kinkade’s “Solvang”: Painting, Performativity and the Third Gaze. ” In Studies in Nordic Folklore, Mytholog!, Literature and Culture. Ed. Merrill Kaplan and Timothy R. Tangherlini. WCCAS Occasional Monograph Series, 1. Los Angeles: The Pinehurst Press: 317-339
- (with Susanne Österlund-Pötzsch) ‘‘Ubuntu in Your Heart.’ Ethnicity, Innovation and Playful Nostalgia in Three ’New Cuisines’ by Chef Marcus Samuelsson.’ In Food, Culture & Society 15(4): 623-643.
- 2010 “Performing Tasty Heritage: Danish Cuisine and playful nostalgia at Restaurant noma.” Ethnologia Europaea 40(2): 90-102.
- “A Ferris Wheel on a Parking lot: Heritage, Tourism, and the Authenticity of Place in Solvang, California.” In Travel, Tourism, Places: Reinvesting Authenticity. Ed. Britta Timm Knudsen. Tourism and Cultural Change Book Series.
I: Journal of Retailing, 1.1.2020
I: Proceedings of the 18th International Marketing Trends Conference 2019. red. /Jean-Claude Andreani; Umberto Collesei. Paris-Venice : Marketing Trends Association 2019
I: Journal of Marketing Trends: Official Journal of the International Marketing Trends Conference , Vol. 5, Nr. 3, 2019
I: Cosmopolitanism, Markets, and Consumption: A Critical Global Perspective. . red. /Julie Emontspool; Ian Woodward. Cham : Palgrave Macmillan 2018, s. 127-156
I: Consumption, Markets & Culture, Vol. 21, Nr. 1, 2018, s. 103-106
I: EPIC 2017 Conference Proceedings: Perspectives. Arlington : American Anthropological Association 2017, s. 262–272 (Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference. Conference Proceedings, Vol. 2017)
I: Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 128, Nr. 508, 2015, s. 126-128
I: Ethnologia Scandinavica, Vol. 45, 2015, s. 29-52
I: Nyhedsbrevet om Forbrugeradfærd, Nr. 34, 2020, s. 6-10
I: Nyhedsbrevet om Forbrugeradfærd, Nr. 28, 2017, s. 7-14
I: Nyhedsbrevet om Forbrugeradfærd, Nr. 26, 2016, s. 2-10
I: Nyhedsbrevet om Forbrugeradfærd, Nr. 25, 2016, s. 8-14