Gender, Work & Organization 12th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference – Transforming Contexts, Transforming Selves: Gender in New Times Call for Papers for Stream 1 – Troubling/Transforming Working Lives and Contexts: Judith Butler, Gender, Work and Organization
Conference Theme: Organizing Sustainably: Actors, Institutions, and Practices Following the workshop, a Special Issue will be announced in Organization Studies. To be considered for publication, papers must be submitted via the OS website at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/orgstudies by 30 October 2020. There you can also find guidelines for submission and information on the review procedures. Please note that participation in the workshop is highly recommended (but… Continue Reading.
We welcome papers that open up and challenge existing ways of thinking about the relationships between learning and processes of identity work (Bell and Bridgman, 2018). We are particularly interested in papers that explore the relationships between identity, difference and learning; not only how people learn not to be different in organizations but also whether organizational processes and outcomes are altered by embracing difference.
We welcome high-quality manuscripts looking at entrepreneurial diversity from different perspectives – either globally or in different facets of diversity. Manuscripts can be international in scope or can look at domestic issues with global relevance. Conceptual and empirical papers, from different analytical and methodological perspectives can be submitted. We welcome theoretical, qualitative, quantitative and mixed-method papers. Together, the papers should… Continue Reading.
In this special issue, we seek to advance the theoretical and practical significance of the role of affect in interpersonal exchange processes at work by studying when, why, and how different forms of affect (i.e., discrete emotions, positive affect, negative affect, emotional regulation, emotional labor, emotional intelligence, affective tone and emotional climate) emerge and shape different forms of interpersonal exchange processes (such as leader-member… Continue Reading.