International Journal of Work, Organization and Emotion
In Conjunction with the Warwick Organisation Theory Network
‘Feeling Our Way’?
Emotion in Contemporary Organisation Studies
A One-Day Symposium
October 19th 2005 (9.30 am - 4.15 pm).
Venue: University of Warwick Business School,
University of Warwick, Coventry, UK
The study of the emotional dynamics of work has become increasingly
prominent within organisation and management studies. The importance of
recognising and evaluating the consequences of affectivity within the
workplace is now widely accepted and a body of literature has been
produced around such diverse concerns as organisational change, customer
service/interaction, management decision-making, branding and corporate
This one-day symposium, sponsored by the International Journal of Work,
Organisation and Emotion and The Warwick Organisation Theory Network aims
to bring a range of researchers and scholars together to discuss current
research in the field and to debate and evaluate future directions
The day will consist of a series of short papers, followed in the
afternoon by an interactive panel discussion.
Professor Andrew Sturdy (University of Warwick)
Professor Stephen Fineman (University of Bath)
Dr Ruth Simpson (Brunel University)
Dr Emma Surman (University of Warwick)
Dr Patricia Lewis (Brunel University)
Dr Nick Llewellyn (University of Warwick)
Dr Dalvir Surma-Fredericks (University of Nottingham)
Dr Philip Hancock (University of Warwick)
There is no fee.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
For further details and to reserve a place contact
Nick Llewellyn ([log in to unmask]),
Philip Hancock ([log in to unmask]).
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