Landmarks: A Student Exhibit
Did you know without advertising, Americans would have never been convinced they smelled bad? [Read More] The Luria Library will be hosting an exhibit created by the students of Marketing 215: Gender in Marketing, entitled Landmarks: Advertisements throughout history that have changed the world and the way that we think. The exhibit will run from November 13-23, and will feature a timeline of advertisements through the decades beginning in 1900. It will highlight different themes in advertising and its effects on everyday routines and even perceptions of gender roles and identity. If you would like to learn more about modern advertising visit the library catalog.
Here are some other websites which might interest you:
- Representations of Masculinity and Femininity in Advertisements a journal article from Advertising & Society Review.
- Vintage Ad Browser a website full of vintage advertisements organized by category and year.
- The Power of Habit an article from Slate.com discussing how advertisers developed a new daily habit: brushing your teeth.
- Huffington Post: Advertising a complete section of the Huffington Post dedicated to articles about advertising.