SCOS News December 2021

SCOS Newsletter

December 2021

Several. things to look forward to in the new year: The University of Bedfordshire is hosting a conference on 10 January from 10am-4:30pm (UK time), on-line. The theme is on Learning from research into the pandemic and implications for management curricula.Very timely! The guest speaker is Professor Alison Pullen, co-editor of Gender, Work and Organization who will be presenting at 11am. Her talk will be on the ways in which GWO responded to Covid, streamlining their reviewing procedures so that contributions could be published quickly. The resulting archive of Feminist Frontiers is a fascinating collection of chronicles of the many ways this experience. has affected us as researchers, writers, teachers. The conference is free but you need to register to get the link and programme.

Secondly,  the Revue Internationale de Psychosociologie et de Gestiondes Comportements Organisationnels (RIPCO) journal has a call for a special issue on:

Spaces and Organisation Behaviour: new organisations, new theorisations

This is a very Scossy-topic and looks really interesting. Here is the link to the call 

Submissions can be written either in English or in French. 

Thirdly, Stockholm University is recruiting:

Associate lectureship (Biträdande lektorat 1) (Swedish not required):

Associate lectureship 2 (Biträdande lektorat 2) (Swedish language required):