Spring Institute on Abilities
We are very excited to announce the launch of a global, accessible, and fully-virtual initiative building community of inquiry at the intersection of (dis)abilities and organizing. Our Spring Institute is multi-disciplinary and multi-method.
We use an allyship model that connects international faculty and participants (PhD students, post-doctoral students, and early career researchers interested in better understanding abilities in organizational settings).
This Spring Institute is entirely virtual and free of charge.
Find out more about our Keynote Speakers, Method Innovation Workshop Facilitators and the various topics that they will address throughout this Spring Institute
We will write posts on and with our faculty members, developments in disability research and other other relevant topics.
You want to join us in March? Then please apply for your free slot by no later than 31 January 2022
Call for Short Papers EGOS subtheme: “Perfectly Imperfect: Embodied Theories and Methods for Self and System Transformation”
We are delighted to announce that we will be hosting a sub-theme at EGOS 2022 which will take place in Vienna. You can find the full call for short papers here. The EGOS page also has information on maximum length for the short papers and other information that you might require. The submission deadline forContinue reading “Call for Short Papers EGOS subtheme: “Perfectly Imperfect: Embodied Theories and Methods for Self and System Transformation””
We are excited to announce this special thematic issue call for paper on “Abilities and ableism as ethical dilemmas of organizing” in the Journal of Business Ethics