Lindridge, A., Bhogal-Nair, A., Moufahim, M. (2020) We are all Other: A capability theorization of transformed marketplace access. Competitive Paper. Macromarketing Conference
Track co-chair for the Transformative Consumer Research Conference (2019). Florida State University. Track: Who owns my embodiment? How embodiment ownership affects well-being, resource accumulation and marginalisation.
Bhogal-Nair, A and Lindridge, A. (2018) Myths and the Market: A Skin-Deep Discursive Analysis of the Fairness Phenomena in India. Competitive Paper. Consumer Culture Theory Conference. Denmark, Odense.
Bhogal-Nair, A and Lindridge, A. (2017) Ephemeral Consumerism: Crossing Territories of the Indian Female Body. Competitive Paper. The Association for Consumer Research Conference (ACR).
Research Group Member for the Transformative Consumer Research Conference (2017), Cornell University. Track: Understanding the Role of the Culture Industries in Creating an Emancipatory Positive Critique. Group led by Professor. Jeff Murray.
Bhogal-Nair, A and Lindridge, A. (2016) Sikh Identity: Stigma, Styled Identities and Social Distancing. The Association of Consumer Research Conference, Berlin.
Bhogal-Nair, A and Lindridge, A. (2016) Don’t Freak, I’m Sikh:
Sikh Turbans, Embodiment and Identity. 11th Royal Bank International Research Conference, Wuxi China. Sponsored by the Journal of Business Research
Bhogal-Nair, A (2014) Constructing Identity through Cultural and Ancient Interpretations of the Female Body, Advances in Consumer Research (ACR)
Bhogal, A (2013) ‘Dharma, Control and the Indian Female Consumer: Insights fron Contemporary Indian Society’, Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA), Marketing in Emerging Economies Conference
Bhogal, A and Lindridge, A (2012) The Stri in Modernity, The South Asianist, Vol. 1 (2) also presented at The South Asian Anthropologists Group Workshop (SAAG), University of Edinburgh
Bhogal, A (2011) ‘Goddesses of Consumerism’, A Song From Under The Floorboards: Consumption and Marketing Research Emerging from the Cracks, Emerging Consumer Cultures Research Group [ECCG] (Bournemouth University and Royal Holloway, University of London).
Bhogal, A and Sheikh, A (2010) “Female Identities in Flux: The Case of New Delhi and Tehran” The International Conference on Multiculturalism and Global Community, Institute for Humanities and Cultural Studies, Tehran, Iran.
Bhogal, A (2009) "Why can't we?” The voices of young female consumers in contemporary India. The Festival of Postgraduate Research, 2009, Leicester
Bhogal, A (2008) “Between Modernity and Tradition? An interpretivist study of stigma, class and habitus amongst a sample of young female Indian consumers” Customer Research Academy Workshop Series, Volume 6. ISBN: 978-0-9558853-0-3