Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry

Tamara Journal for Critical Organization Inquiry is our new name (formerly Journal of Critical Postmodern Organization Science). Tamara Journal draws on Critical Management Theory and Postmodern Organization Science and is based in story/narrative and other qualitative study. It combines critical theory as well as postmodern theory and postcolonial theory and critical pedagogy with praxis. And one that seeks a higher ethics of global production and consumption.

TAMARA JOURNAL encourages interdisciplinary dialogue on theory, method, and social action. Papers are blind peer reviewed.

TAMARA supports Standing Conference for Management and Organizational Inquiry.


Please, read the call for the special issue of Journal of Organizational Change Management on theoretical contribution of David Boje!


Tamara special issue on Creativity or Conformity: The Inherent Dilemma of Academic Reflexivity

Please, see the detailed call for papers for our Creativity or Conformity: The Inherent Dilemma of Academic Reflexivity special issue edited by Donna M. Carlon . Feel free to contact her informally about the call, should you have any questions. The full paper submission deadline is April 30th, 2011!


Tamara special issue on Materiality & Storytelling

Please, see the detailed call for papers for our Materiality & Storytelling special issue edited by Anete M. Camille Strand. Feel free to contact her informally about the call, should you have any questions. The full paper submission deadline is September 15th, 2010!


Tamara special issue on The Opportunity of Poetry

Tamara reaches out to our friends from Aesthesis: International Journal of art and aesthetics in management and organizational life and takes over publishing the issue on The Opportunity of Poetry. Pursuing the Liberty of Poetics and Poetry in Organizing, Leading and Managing. The current schedule for the issue is:

July 1st : Submission of final papers
July 12th : Feedback on final papers
~December: Publication of the special poetry issue of Tamara.

The call for this issue can be found here.


2009 Vol 8 Issue 1&2 - Lorraine Warren, Editor: Special Issue: Excess of History 8.2 Peter Hancock & Andrew Guilfoyle, Editors: Special Issue: Refugee And Migrant Integration In Developed Nations


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Greetings from Carrie Kay Miller and David Boje.

Contact

tamara@nmsu.edu 575-646-1001 or fax 575-646-1372


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