New special issue of ephemera: - Ghostly matters in organization

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New special issue of ephemera: - Ghostly matters in organization

Post by Bulter » Wed May 08, 2019 11:04 am

New special issue of ephemera:

Ghostly matters in organization
Volume 19, Number 1

Editors:
Justine Grønbæk Pors
Lena Olaison
Birke Otto

http://www.ephemerajournal.org/issue/gh ... ganization

Are organizations haunted places? Oh, yes indeed! Come with us into this ephemera special issue to explore the ghostly matters of organizing. This issuesets out to encounter and explore ghosts and ghostly matters in organizations and organizing. The contributions meet, hunt, sight and summon ghosts in various organizational settings: public parks, primary schooling, digital afterlives of scientific controversies,financial capital, old books and in quotas for women in management. In different manners, the authors of this issue investigate those strange and affectively charged moments in organizational life, where it becomes possible to discern that something, whichshould not be there, something, which was repressed, forgotten, misplaced, or deemed unfitting, has not willingly vanished, and is now resurfacing. Albeit in different manners (and matters), the contributions search for and develop analytics apt to explorehow certain events, statements, moments or encounters come to have a capacity to open up for forgotten, silenced and lost pasts as well as futures. So, dear readers, join us in calling forth the ghosts of organizing! Let us create other sensuous capabilitiesand learn to listen to what ghosts might have to say about organization and management.

editorial
Ghostly matters in organizing
Justine Grønbæk Pors
Lena Olaison
Birke Otto

article
Haunteddata, transmedial storytelling, affectivity: Attending to ‘controversies’ as matters of ghostly concern
Lisa Blackman

article
The haunting presence ofcommemorative statues
Tim Edensor

article
H(a)untingquotas: An empirical analysis of the uncanniness of gender quotas
Jannick Friis Christensen
Sara Louise Muhr

article
TheDanish school as a haunted house: Reforming time, work life and fantasies of teaching in Denmark
Nana Vaaben
Helle Bjerg

article
Finance,possessed: Sighting supernatural figurations in critical accounts of the financial crisis
Sine Nørholm Just

note
'TheGhosts Insurance': Participatory research in haunted schools by the Theatre of Research
Sibylle Peters

note
Textualflâneurie: Writing management with Walter Benjamin
Jerzy Kociatkiewicz
Monika Kostera

note
Uncannymatters: Kafka’s burrow, the unhomely and the study of organizational space
Timon Beyes

review
Weird science and datafication
Kristian Bondo Hansen