Imagination and Organizational Lives - Deadline Extended for the Special Issue

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Call for Papers
June 30, 2021
Subject Fields: 
Humanities, Psychology, Social Sciences, Sociology, Religious Studies and Theology

*NEW EXTENDED DEADLINE for submitting your papers for the Special Issue on Imagination and Organizational Lives: Exploring the Liminality of the Human Experience

Dear colleagues,

You now have until June 30th, 2021 to submit your original, wild and creative scholarly papers (yes, all of those at once!) for consideration for the Special Issue of the Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion to be published in 2022.

We welcome contributions from researchers and practitioners that ponder on, question and play with boundaries. Submissions must be between 6,000 and 9,000 words (please refer to the Call for Papers for further specifications of formatting and focus), and we welcome enquiries from interested researchers regarding the eventual suitability of their work for this special issue.

We would like papers to picture imaginative explorations of what it means to be human in the context of organizations. We seek to engage with the richness and diversity of imagination to help organizations (and people) understand complex realities and transcent what may be perceived as limitations. Papers addressing one or more of the following themes are particularly welcomed:

  1. How imagination is experienced and manifested in organizations and social communities.
  2. How imagination contributes to our understanding of ourselves and of our lives as organizational agents and as social change agents.
  3. How imagination informs reflections on spiritual aspects of management and leadership.
  4. How imaginative stories are expressed and manifested in organizations and/or communities, and what role they play in these contexts.

Thank you!

Cécile Rozuel & Lauren Michelle Levesque


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