Hill, T., Canniford, R. & G. Eckhardt (2021), Social Atmospheres: How Interaction Ritual Chains Create Effervescent Experiences of Place, Journal of Marketing (In Press)
Hill, T. & P. McDonagh (2020), The Dark Side of Marketing Communications. London: Routledge.
Scott, R., Husemann K. C., & T. Hill (2019), ‘Identity verification through pain in extraordinary consumer experiences’, in Handbook of Research on Identity Theory in Marketing, 255–269.
Canniford, R., Riach, K., & T. Hill (2018) ‘Nosenography: how smell constitutes meaning, identity and experience in spatial assemblages’, Marketing Theory 18(2): 234-248.
Hill, T., Canniford, R. & P. Millward (2016) ‘Against Modern Football: Mobilising Protest Movements in Social Media’, Sociology 52(4): 688-708.
Luchs, M., Phipps, M., & T. Hill (2015) ‘Exploring consumer responsibility for sustainable consumption’, Journal of Marketing Management 31(13-14): 1449-1471.
Hill, T. (2015) ‘Mood-management in the English Premier League‘, in Assembling Consumption: Researching actors, networks and markets (Eds. R. Canniford & D. Bajde). London: Routledge.
Hill, T., Canniford, R. & J. Mol (2014) ‘Non-representational marketing theory’, Marketing Theory 14(4): 377-394.
09.04.2020 ‘Why 5G conspiracy theories prosper during the coronavirus pandemic’, explores some of the reasons why the roll-out of 5G has been linked to to pandemic
‘What does our appetite for wearable tech say about our desire for choice?‘, which explores the question of whether or not there’s such a thing as ‘too much consumer freedom’, written for CBOS, University of Bath.
‘How John Lewis owns Christmas’, explaining why John Lewis’ adverts have become synonymous with Christmas, written for The Conversation.
‘Objects & the Question of Commodity Fetishism‘, a review of Professor Graham Harman’s guest lecture at the inaugural COSM lecture, written for the Faculty of Business & Economics, University of Melbourne.