Research & Publications

 

 

As author

Race & Imagery

Parnell-Berry, B. and Michel, N. (2020, forthcoming) “Editorial: (De-)Facing the dark face of Europe: the ongoing struggle against blackface and anti-Black racist imagery,” darkmatter Journal (special issue).

ERIF. (2020) Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2020: 5 Years of Monitoring Blackface in the Market. Den Haag, Rotterdam & Geneva: European Race & Imagery Foundation.

Parnell-Berry, B. (2019) Resistance to blackface in the Netherlands is not new – so why does Zwarte Piet still exist? gal-dem.

ERIF. (2019) Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2019: Smudged Cheeks and Middle Fingers. Den Haag, Rotterdam, London & Geneva: European Race & Imagery Foundation.

Parnell-Berry, B. (2018) Sinterklaas is the ultimate middle finger to multiculturalismgal-dem.

ERIF. (2018) Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2018: Seeing Through the Soot. Den Haag, Geneva & London: European Race and Imagery Foundation.

ERIF. (2017) Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2017: Charting Change. Den Haag, Geneva & London: European Race and Imagery Foundation.

ERIF. (2016) ERIF Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2016: Locating Zwarte Piet. Den Haag, Geneva & London: European Race and Imagery Foundation.

Parnell-Berry, B. et al. (2013) ‘The Long Walk: Talha Ahsan and the Politics of RacialisationCeasefire Magazine.

Parnell-Berry, B. and Volke, K. (2012) ‘Like the Golliwog, Zwarte Piet is a racist relic, so why is it part of the modern Dutch Christmas?The Independent.

Policy Analysis

Parnell-Berry, B. (2019) ‘Discourses of Marginalisation and the (Re)constructing of Britain’s Traveller Community’. In Cortés Gomez, I. and End, M. (eds.) Dimensions of Antigypsyism in Europe. Brussels: European Network Against Racism

Parnell-Berry, B. and Lawton, A. (2018) ‘Citizenship for All? Mobility and the “Right” Way to Live.‘ Administrative Theory & Praxis.

Parnell-Berry, B. (2015) ‘The Potholed Path: Navigating the Contested Landscape of English Caravan Site Policy.’ Anthropology Now Vol. 7;3 (14-22)

Parnell-Berry, B. (2015) ‘Traveller Identities in a Modern Landscape.’ The Clearing.

Market Research

Parnell-Berry, B. (2016) ‘Is digital advertising the place to be?’ Research World Magazine Issue 58 (35-39)

Parnell-Berry, B. (2016) ‘The long and short of it: What are the best approaches to move the industry forward?’ Research World Magazine Issue 57 (40-43)

Parnell-Berry, B. (2015) ‘A method to Europe’s madness’. Research World Magazine Issue 55 (30-33)

Parnell-Berry, B. (2015) ‘The evolving corporate researcher.’ Quirk’s Market Research Review.

As Editor:

2020 –

Parnell-Berry, B. and Michel, N. (2020, eds.) “(De-)Facing the dark face of Europe: the ongoing struggle against blackface and anti-Black racist imagery.darkmatter Journal (special issue) – forthcoming.

Toon Kerkhoff, Ronald Kroeze, Pieter Wagenaar and Michel Hoenderboom (2020). A History of Dutch Corruption and Public Morality (1648-1940). Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

ERIF Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2020: 5 Years of Monitoring Blackface in the Market. Den Haag, Rotterdam & Geneva: European Race & Imagery Foundation.

ESOMAR Latin America Insights Festival 2020. Amsterdam: ESOMAR

ESOMAR Asia Pacific D.R.I.V.E 2020. Amsterdam: ESOMAR

2019 –

ESOMAR. Qualitative and Data Fusion. Amsterdam: ESOMAR

ESOMAR. CONGRESS 2019: Global Data and Insights Summit. Amsterdam: ESOMAR

ESOMAR. Latin America MAIN FEST 2019. Amsterdam: ESOMAR

ERIF Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2019: Smudged Cheeks and Middle Fingers. Den Haag, Rotterdam, London & Geneva: European Race & Imagery Foundation.

2018 – 

ERIF Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2018: Seeing Through the Soot. Den Haag, Geneva & London: European Race and Imagery Foundation.

2017 –

Fenneke Wekker. (2017) Top down community building and the politics of social inclusion. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

ERIF Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2017: Charting Change. Den Haag, Geneva & London: European Race and Imagery Foundation.

2016 –

ESOMAR. (2016) Global Market Research. Amsterdam: ESOMAR

ESOMAR and Poynter, R. (2016) Global Pricing Study. Amsterdam: ESOMAR

Noémi Michel. (2016) “Accounts of injury as misappropriations of race: Towards a critical black politics of vulnerability.” Critical Horizons: A Journal of Philosophy and Social Theory Vol 17, no. 2. https://doi.org/10.1080/14409917.2016.1153895

ERIF Sinterklaas Brand & Product Study 2016: Locating Zwarte Piet. Den Haag, Geneva & London: European Race and Imagery Foundation.

2015 –

ESOMAR (2015) Global Market Research. Amsterdam: ESOMAR