Embodied Insights: Broadening the Scope of Management Research with a Bodily Lens (session 426)Date and Time: Tuesday, August 11, 2:30PM-4:00PM EDT
We invite you to join us for a pivotal "All Academy Theme" panel on "Embodied Insights: Broadening the Scope of Management Research Through a Bodily Lens" sponsored by the Management and Organizational Cognition (MOC) Division.
Our panelists will present intriguing accounts of their research and research agendas that theoretically frame classic and emerging phenomena in organizational studies grounded in embodiment perspectives and theorizing. Insights about the body's role in emerging discoveries about phenomena in organizations, as well as how the researcher's bodily experiences are embedded in methodological processes of embodiment research are raised as salient and critical vantages of for consideration. Please review our panelists' topics below.
"Embodying the Market" Alexandra Michel, University of Pennsylvania
"The Role of the Human Body in Social Interactions in Organizations"Emily Heaphy, University of Massachusetts - Amherst
"Integrating Representational and Embodied Means of Coordinating"John Paul Stephens, Case Western Reserve University
"Embodied Conflict Cultures"Estelle E. Archibold, Case Western Reserve University
"Embodied Mediations of Workplace Microaggressions"Erica Johnson, Case Western Reserve University
Please email any questions to the organizers:
Estelle E. Archibold Njoke Thomasexa177@case.edu firstname.lastname@example.org