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*** Call for contributions *** - ephemera: critical dialogues on
- is a new electronic forum for developing and extending
discussions of critical perspectives on organization.
- is transdisciplinary and encourages contributions from a broad
spectrum of academics, researchers, activists, practitioners,
employees and other members of organizations.
- invites critical discussions of a range of issues relating to
organizations and organizing in their widest senses.
- encourages a focus on the ephemeral nature of the present,
emphasising change, transition, possibility, becoming,
movement, difference, transience, mortality, variation,
engagement, intervention, metamorphosis.
- provides a platform for a critique of present modes of
organization, but also for discussion of the meaning of critique
and for the development and interrogation of current critical
discourses on organization.
- offers a forum to bring together a variety of perspectives in
productive dialogue and critical questioning of the nature of
ephemera encourages contributions in a variety of formats
including academic articles, book and film reviews, field notes,
interviews, photo essays and other experimental modes of
Contributions are invited on a range of themes dealing with
organization in its widest sense, including:
what is critique?, gender, race, disability, sex and sexuality,
bodies and embodiment, marx today, critical realism,
globalization, feminist theory, postcolonial and subaltern
studies, strategy, labour process theory, poststructuralism,
surveillance, knowledge and information, ideology, ontology,
epistemology, methodology, technology, cyborgs and
cyborganization, post-humanism, time, space, architecture,
philosophy of organization, chaos and complexity, biology and
genetics, popular culture, consumption, collective action,
political protest, etc.
The first issue of ephemera will be published online 1st February
Editorial and advisory panel:
Steffen G. Böhm, Gibson Burrell, Rebecca Dale, Keith Hoskin,
Campbell Jones, Chris Land, Karen Legge, Jim Storbeck, David
For more information and an extended call for contributions,
please visit our website at:
Steffen G. Böhm
ephemera: critical dialogues on organization
?All that is solid melts into air?
ephemera is free and is supported by Warwick Business School