Dear RC17 members,
With our December newsletter in 2020 we want to send you our best wishes for the upcoming holidays and New Year’s Eve, and a healthy and a successful year 2021 in which we can hopefully return to a more or less normal social life.
What a year this has been. As you know, the IV ISA Forum of Sociology has been postponed to next February. So, as in last year’s December newsletter, we are still looking forward to the upcoming ISA Forum of Sociology that will take place digitally. Fortunately, we can already announce that RC17 will feature an interesting and diverse program, despite all the inconveniences caused by the pandemic. Most of the planned sessions will take place as planned and will feature many interesting presentations. The final conference program will appear next year soon. We will keep you informed and are looking forward to seeing you virtually then!
If you have any suggestions, announcements, publications, or call for papers for the next newsletter, please contact our newsletter editor Michael Grothe-Hammer (Michael.email@example.com).
Call for Papers
CfP Special Issue “The Great Reset of management and organization theory”
Call for Papers for a Special Issue of the Scandinavian Journal of Management
Topic: The Great Reset of management and organization theory
Steffen Roth, La Rochelle Business School, France, & University of Turku, Finland
Wojciech Czakon, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland
Wolfgang Amann, HEC Paris in Qatar, Qatar
Léo-Paul Dana, Montpellier Business School, France
Submission Deadline for Papers is September 1, 2021
CfP Special Issue “Organizing Outside Organizations”
Call for Papers for a Special Issue of the puntOorg International Journal
Topic: Organizing Outside Organizations
Barbara Czarniawska – University of Gothenburg
Gianluca Miscione – University College Dublin
Elena Raviola – University of Gothenburg
Rafael Alcadipani da Silveira – EASP-FGV
Emre Tarim – Lancaster University
Submission Deadline for Papers is September 30, 2021
The full CfP can be found here: https://puntoorginternationaljournal.org/index.php/PIJ/announcement/view/9
Call for Contributions to our Newsletter
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- Conference and workshop reports
- New book publications
- Brief reviews of books or seminal journal articles (approx. 200-300 words)
- Reports from activities on organizational sociology in national associations
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