SIVULKA, Juliann

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Affiliation

Faculty of International Research and Education

Job title

Professor Emeritus

Education 【 display / non-display

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    2000

    Bowling Green State University   Graduate School, Division of Arts and Letters   American Culture Studies  

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    1996

    Bowling Green State University   Graduate School, Division of Arts and Letters   American Culture Studies  

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    1995

    Academy of Art College   Graduate School, Division of Art and Design   Advertising Design  

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    1989

    Academy of Art College   School of Arts and Design   Advertising Design  

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    1975

    Michigan State University   School of Business   Marketing Management  

Degree 【 display / non-display

  • Academy of Art College, U.S.A.   Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.)

  • Bowling Green State University, U.S.A.   Master of Arts Degree (M.A.)

  • Bowling Green State University, U.S.A.   Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)

Research Experience 【 display / non-display

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    DrSivulka brings both professional and academic experience to her workShe has held corporate marketing communications management positions with Hotel Information Systems and Borland International, as well as provided consulting services in the San Francisco Bay Area in the United StatesSivulka holds a B.Ain 03keting from Michigan State University, B.F.Aand M.F.Ain Advertising Design from Academy of Art College, as well as M.A., and Ph.D.,in American Cultural Studies from Bowling Green State Univ

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    DrSivulka brings both professional and academic experience to her workShe has held corporate marketing communications management positions with Hotel Information Systems and Borland International, as well as provided consulting services in the San Francis

Professional Memberships 【 display / non-display

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    Popular Culture Association

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    Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communications

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    Fulbright Alumni Association

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    Association of Historical Analysis and Research (CHARM)

 

Research Areas 【 display / non-display

  • Historical studies in general

Research Interests 【 display / non-display

  • Advertising History, Consumer Culture, and American Studies

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Advertising History in America

    Juliann Sivulka

    Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets, eds. Darra Goldstein and Sidney Mintz    2015

  • Trade Literature and the Merchandising of America, 1820-1926

    Juliann Sivuka

    Smithsonian Research Collection Online    2014

  • Paper Presentation, "Odor, Oh No! Deodorant, Melodrama, and Hygiene Advertising in America, 1900-1930"

    Juliann Sivulka

    Conference Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing, Duke University, Durham, South Carolina    2007.05

  • Conference Proceedings, "Odor, Oh No! Deodorant, Melodrama, and Hygiene Advertising in America, 1900-1930"

    Juliann Sivulka

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  • Paper Presentation, "Odor, Oh No! Deodorant, Melodrama, and Hygiene Advertising in America, 1900-1930"

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    Conference on Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, USA    2007.05

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Books and Other Publications 【 display / non-display

  • Soap, Sex, and Cigarettes: A Cultural History of American Advertising (second edition)

    Juliann Sivulka

    Cengage Learning  2012

  • Ad Women: How They Impact What We Need, Want, and Desire

    Juliann Sivulka

    New York: Prometheus Books  2008.11

  • Soap, Sex, and Cigarettes: A Cultural History of American Advertising

    Juliann Sivulka

    Belmont, Calfornia: Wadsworth, 1998  2002.04 ISBN: 0534515932

  • Soap, Sex, and Cigarettes: A Cultural History of American Advertising

    Juliann Sivulka

    Translation Chinese, Multilingual, P.R.C.  2002.04

  • Soap, Sex, and Cigarettes: A Cultural History of American Advertising

    Juliann Sivulka

    Translation Greek, ION Worldwide, Greece  2002.04

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Works 【 display / non-display

  • 芸術活動

    Artistic work 

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  • 芸術活動

    Artistic work 

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  • 芸術活動

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Awards 【 display / non-display

  • Waseda University Grant for Special Projects

    2013.04  

  • Waseda Univesity Grant for Special Research Project, 2009-2010

    2009.02  

  • JSPS Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Host Researcher

    2006.11  

  • Faculty Development Award, Waseda University

    2002.02  

  • Provost Teaching Development Grant, University of South Carolina

    2001  

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Specific Research 【 display / non-display

  • The "New Advertising" in America, 1950-1960

    2013  

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    During the last year, this grant supported overseas travel to research paper the “new advertising” in America, which challenged tradition in the 1950s. The research questions were as follows:1. What is the “New Advertising”?2. Who created the “New Advertising”? 3. How did the beat movement influence the advertising messages and the business? Research Plan and MethodsThe researcher collected information from advertising trade journals, magazines, and print ephemera 1950-1960. Sources included collections from the San Francisco City Library, Academy of Art University, and the Mechanics Institute Library. The researcher also examined the photography exhibition of beat poet Allen Ginsberg at the Jewish Contemporary Museum, attended a panel discussion on the beat influence on publishing, and viewed documentary presentation on beat poet/musicianBob Dylan at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. In addition, had a number of research meetings with academic scholars and representatives in the advertising industry.Observations of ResearchDuring the postwar era, the ideas of European modernism and abstract art formed a new approach to advertising. In the 1950s, this non-comformity was personified by the Beats when applied to advertising introduced wry humor, large graphics, and clever copy. The early successes of Olivetti typewriters ads, Container Corporation of America campaign, graphic designer Paul Rand, and copywriter Doyle Dane Bernbach challenged the everyday advertising. Dissemination of Research The research paper was presented at the Hawaii International Humanities Conference on Arts and Humanities. However, further research needs to be done on the influence of “new advertising” during the subsequent decades.

  • 東アジアと欧米の近代広告の発展経緯、1750-2000

    2009  

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    Title of Project: Comparative Studies of the Evolution of Modern Advertising in East Asia and West, 1750-2000The aim of this research project is to provide a comparative understanding of the historical characteristics of the global phenomenon of advertising, by examining the rise of large-scale advertising and consumption experienced by a variety of countries in the West and East Asia, from Britain, America, and Japan to the emerging markets of South America, China, and South Korea. This is an extension of earlier work on advertising history.Methodology During the period of April 2009-January 2009, the researcher identified and reviewed secondary material related to advertising history, world history, and the influence of gender on consumption. This interdisciplinary work provided a general foundation for more detailed archival research and collection of unique materials from two of the largest collections of advertising history materials in the world: 1)August 2009, Hartman Center for Marketing, Advertising, and Sales History at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina2)December-January 2010, Dentsu Advertising Museum, Tokyo, Japan At the Hartman Hartman Center at Duke University, the researcher’s primary focus was exploring the J. Walter Thompson International Advertisement Collection, spanning the years 1900-2004. This collection consists mainly of print advertising and other collateral materials that document the agency’s Frankfurt office in Germany, which directed the agency’s Pan-European efforts. Similarly, the Dentsu Advertising Museum in Tokyo, Japan preserves selected advertising and artifacts from the Dentsu agency, one of the largest agencies in the world. However, the exhibition catalogues and timelines at the Dentsu exhibit on advertising history was written primarily in Japanese. To work with this material, the researcher contracted a SILS student assistant bilingual in Japanese and English to translate selected material. Other secondary material written in English supplemented the general background on the development of a consumer culture and advertising history in the nineteenth and twentieth century. In addition, preliminary work on Chinese and Taiwanese advertising history was also completed. Here most of the secondary sources were written in Chinese, and the researcher hired a second SILS student assistant to translate selected material. Together, this work provided a general background for more detailed research during my sabbatical year. Although the researcher originally planned to spend her sabbatical leave overseas at Cambridge University to study British advertising, first more work needed to be done at American libraries and archives during the period of April 2010-March 2011. Moreover, the publisher Cengage Learning asked the researcher to revise the first edition of her book Soap, Sex, and Cigarettes: A Cultural History of American Advertising (1998) for release in January 2011. To meet this publishing deadline, the researcher has been working full-time on revising the book Soap, Sex, and Cigarettes since March 2010. During the sabbatical leave, she will be affiliated with the American Studies Department at the University of San Francisco as a visiting scholar. In the San Francisco Bay area, the researcher will also work at the UC Berkeley and Academy of Art University Libraries. Results The preliminary research on global phenomenon of advertising will be used to revise the first edition of the book Soap, Sex, and Cigarettes (1998) and publish a second edition scheduled for release in January 2011. For the last three chapters of the book, the archival material provides unique material covering the topic of globalization in advertising history. Findings from this global research project also resulted in two paper presentations at two academic conferences in the United States: 1) March 25-27, 2010 at the Mid-American American Studies Conference at Kansas University, Lawrence, Kansas, U.S.A.; and 2), April 1-4, 2010 the Popular Cultural/American Culture Conference in St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. Areas for Further Research Further research needs to be done on the special historical characteristics of the global phenomenon of advertising, before higher order generalizations can be made. In particular, the research plans to examine the rise of large-scale advertising and consumption experienced by Britain and its colonies like Australia, India, and Southeast Asia. For British advertising, the researcher continues to communicate with scholars at the History Department at University of Cambridge, who will support her work as a visiting scholar. Also, future plans include work at the History of Advertising Trust in Norwich, England and exploration of the emerging markets of South America, China, and South Korea. Finally, the researcher will eventually write a book on global advertising history.

  • Gender and the Making of American Consumer Culture:The History and Agency of Women in Advertising

    2005  

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    Sivulka&#8217s project focus was to complete research and collect illustrations for her third book, dealing with the history and agency of women in the advertising profession and the making of American consumer culture. The grant allowed her to purchase relevant books for background material and a scanner, as well as travel to overseas archives. During the grant period she digitized her collection of 1500 slides on advertising history, of which many of these images will be used as illustrations in her text as well as presentations on her findings. Most importantly, her March 2005 research trip to the Duke University Hartman Center for Marketing, Sales, and Advertising History was productive. She brought back useful materials, information, and ideas related to the history of consumer culture and globalization. At Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, the Hartman Center also invited Sivulka to give a presentation on her work, titled &#8220The Women&#8217s Viewpoint: The Making of American Consumer Culture, 1865-1930.&#8221 As a result, she was able to collect the materials needed to complete her project and expects to complete writing the final manuscript by September 2006. Resources, information, and ideas acquired under the project will also contribute to post-project related teaching and other publication activity. In addition, Sivulka will continue to correspond with the Hartman Center with a view to collaborate on promoting the study of globalizing consumer culture. The researcher wishes to thank the University and all concerned for their support of this project.

Overseas Activities 【 display / non-display

  • Cultural History of Global Advertising

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    アメリカ   University of Sanfrancisco