Conveners
Mark de Rond, University of Cambridge, UK (mejd3@cam.ac.uk)
Gail Whiteman, University of Exeter, UK (G.Whiteman@exeter.ac.uk)
Ann Langley, HEC Montreal, Canada (ann.langley@hec.ca)
Haridimos Tsoukas, University of Cyprus, Cyprus & University of Warwick, UK (process.symposium@gmail.com)


Keynote Speakers
Beth Bechky, Seymour Milstein Professor of Ethics and Corporate Governance and Strategy. New York University, USA, author of Blood, Powder and Residue: How Crime Labs Translate Evidence into Proof (Princeton University Press, 2021)

Loïc Wacquant, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, USA, author of Body and Soul: Ethnographic Notebooks of An Apprentice-Boxer (OUP, 2004)

Dan Zahavi, Professor of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen & University of Oxford, Co-editor-in-chief of Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, author of Phenomenology: The Basics (Routledge, 2018)

Exciting New Colloquium on  Philosophy & Organization Studies

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Deadlines

General process-oriented papers, theme-focused papers, as well as PDL papers and panel discussion proposals are invited. Each author may make up to 2 submissions. Interested participants must submit  an extended abstract of about 1000 words for their proposed contribution by January 31, 2022. The submission system will open on January 5, 2022, 

The submission should contain authors’ names, institutional affiliations, email and postal addresses, and indicate the Track for which the submission is made (General or Thematic) or whether the submission is intended for the PDL.

 

Authors will be notified of acceptance or otherwise by February 28, 2022.  Full papers must be submitted by June 6, 2022

OUP Series
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 “As we become more willing to convert reified entities into differentiated streams, the resulting images of process have become more viable and more elusive. Organization becomes organizing, being becomes becoming, construction becomes constructing. But as we see ourselves saying more words that end in "ing," what must we be thinking? That is not always clear. But now, under the experienced guidance of editors Langley and Tsoukas, there is an annual forum that moves us toward continuity and consolidation in process studies. This book series promises to be a vigorous, thoughtful forum dedicated to improvements in the substance and craft of process articulation.”

 

Karl E. Weick, Rensis Likert Distinguished University Professor of Organizational Behavior and Psychology, University of Michigan, USA

 

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