(p. xiii) List of Contributors
(p. xiii) List of Contributors
Faiza Ali is Senior Lecturer in Business Management at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. Her research interests include gender and diversity in organizations, international human resources management, and cross-cultural management issues. In particular, she is interested in exploring gender equality issues in the workplace in Muslim majority countries.
David C. Baldridge is Associate Professor of Management and Director of Off-campus MBA programs at Oregon State University, US. His research interests include diversity in organizations, workplace experiences of people with disabilities, accommodations, and career success.
Joy E. Beatty is Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. Her diversity-related research has appeared in Academy of Management Review, Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, Organizational Dynamics, and Women in Management Review. Her research interests include disability, chronic illness, and invisible stigma in the context of work.
Regine Bendl is Associate Professor, Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU Vienna, Austria). Her research focuses on managing and organizing diversity in organizations, intersectionality, subtexts, and queer perspectives in organizational theories. Among her many publications are articles for Gender Work and Organization, Journal of Management and Organization, British Journal of Management, Gender in Management—An International Journal, European Journal of International Management, and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion—An International Journal. The recipient of numerous awards, she is editor of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion—an International Journal and of Diversitas—Zeitschrift für Managing Diversity and Diversity Studies, Associate Editor of Gender, Work and Organization, and President of the Austrian Society for Diversity.
Yvonne Benschop is Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Institute for Management Research, and affiliated with the Institute for Gender Studies at the Radboud University of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Her current research projects include gender practices in networking, the role of power and resistance in organizational change towards gender equality, and gender and precarious academic careers in Europe. Co-editor in chief of Organization, she is also associate editor for Gender, Work and Organization and serves on the editorial boards of several other journals. Among her publications in English are articles in Journal of Management Studies, (p. xiv) Organization Studies, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Organizational Change Management, Sex Roles and Gender, Work and Organization.
Ruth Sessler Bernstein is a Professor at the University of Washington Tacoma, Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences faculty. She was formerly Visiting Professor at in the area of management and nonprofit studies at the School of Business, Pacific Lutheran University. She earned her PhD from Case Western Reserve University. Her publication and research interests focus primarily on diversity, intercultural interactions, and inclusion within multicultural communities such as voluntary organizations and nonprofit boards and, secondly, on non-profit governance. Her research has been presented at AOM, ARNOVA, and NASPA.
Diana Bilimoria is KeyBank Professor and Chair and Professor of Organizational Behavior at the Weatherhead School of Management, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, US. She has published several books including Women in STEM Careers (2014), Gender Equity in Science and Engineering (2011) and Women on Corporate Boards of Directors (2009). She has also published extensively in leading journals, and has contributed to several edited volumes. She served as the chair of the Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division of the Academy of Management, and was the editor of the Journal of Management Education. She has received awards for her scholarship, teaching, and professional service.
Donna Maria Blancero is an Associate Professor of Management at Bentley University. She received her PhD from Cornell University’s ILR School. Her research focuses on Latinos in the workplace, including issues of careers, psychological contracts, fairness, and work–family balance. She currently teaches courses in managing diversity and organizational behaviour. Her journal articles have appeared in the Journal of Organizational Behavior, Cross Cultural Management, Industrial Relations, The Business Journal of Hispanic Research, and Human Resource Management. She is the co-editor of Hispanics at Work: A Collection of Research, Theory and Application (2010).
Inge Bleijenbergh is an Assistant Professor in Research Methods at the Nijmegen School of Management at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, the Netherlands. She specializes in participatory research strategies in the field of gender and diversity in organizations. She has published in several international peer reviewed journals, and is Associate Editor of Gender, Work and Organization.
Anita Bosch is an Associate Professor in Human Resource Management at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. She is the lead researcher of the Women in the Workplace research programme at the Department of Industrial Psychology and People Management, and is the editor for Africa of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion—An International Journal. Anita is also the editor for the annual Women’s Report of the South African Board for People Practices, an evidence-based publication aimed at people professionals. She has published research on human resource management, identity and workplace diversity in several journals.
(p. xv) Marieke van den Brink is Associate Professor at the Institute for Management Research at the Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Her main research interests are gender and diversity in organizations, organizational learning, and talent management. She is currently researching a large-scale case study on diversity, organizational learning, and change, and undertaking comparative research on gender and precarious workers in European universities. Her work has been published in Journal of Management Studies, Organization Studies, Organization, Human Relations, Gender, Work and Organization and Social Science and Medicine.
Marta B. Calás is Professor of Organization Studies and International Management in the Department of Management at the Isenberg School of Management, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, US. Her publications have explored the epistemological roots, the gendered features, and the transnational conditions of contemporary issues in management and organizations. She is a recipient of the SAGE Award for her academic leadership and the impact of her body of work in the area of gender and diversity. In 1994 Professor Calás co-founded the journal Organization, serving in an editor-in-chief position for more than fifteen years.
Nasima M. H. Carrim is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Human Resource Management at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Her main academic interests include gender in management, identity, culture, religion, and minorities in the workplace. Her PhD research focused on the identity work of Indian women managers during their upward mobility in corporate South Africa. She is currently researching the challenges Indian males experience in reaching senior and top managerial positions.
Marcy Crary is an Associate Professor of Management at Bentley College. She has a PhD in organizational behaviour from Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio. Her current teaching, writing, and research interests include diversity dynamics and change in organizational systems, intimacy at work, transitions in the ‘third phase’ of life, and the emotional underworld of knowledge integration/creation. She has published in Academy of Management Learning and Education, Human Relations, Organizational Dynamics, and Journal of Management of Education.
Mary Ann Danowitz is a Professor of Higher Education Administration and Head of the Department of Leadership, Policy and Adult and Higher Education at North Carolina State University, US. Her research interests include gender, diversity, and equality in the areas of leadership, governance, management, organization change, and careers, particularly regarding the higher education sector in the United States and Europe. Her two most recent books are Women, Universities and Change (edited, 2007) and Diversity in Organizations: Concepts and Practices (edited, 2012)
Kelly Dye has been teaching and training in the field of business management since 1998, in various capacities, including one-day seminars, customized training, and master’s level management courses. She is a Professor at the F. C. Manning School of Business at Acadia University, Nova Scotia, Canada, and currently teaches organizational (p. xvi) behavior, gender and diversity in organizations, and change management. Key areas of her research include gendered organizations, alleviating poverty through microfinance, and the employment and economic outcomes of rural girls. Kelly Dye’s work has been published internationally in various books, encyclopaedias, and journals.
Caroline Essers is Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship at VU University Amsterdam and an Assistant Professor Strategic Human Resource Management at the Radboud University Nijmegen, Faculty of Management. Caroline’s research focuses at the social dynamics of entrepreneurship, such as the identity constructions of (female migrant) entrepreneurs and their networking. She uses diverse perspectives in her research on entrepreneurship, such as postcolonial feminist theory and social constructivist approaches like the narrative/life-story approach. Her work has been published in Organization Studies, Organization, Human Relations, Gender, Work and Organization, British Journal of Management, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, and the European Journal of HRM. She is also an Associate Editor for Gender, Work and Organization.
Alex Faria is a Professor of Management at Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration at the Fundação Getulio Vargas (EBAPE/FGV). He is ex-Chair of the Critical Management Studies Division of the Academy of Management, and his research interests have a main focus on (de)colonial, historical, cultural, and international issues in different subfields within management and organization studies.
Sandra L. Fielden is a Senior Lecturer in Organizational Psychology in the Manchester Business School at the University of Manchester, UK. She is well known globally for her work as Editor of the Emerald journal Gender in Management: An International Journal, and was awarded Editor of the Year 2002, 2005 and for Outstanding Service in 2010. She has published five books and numerous chapters in the area of women’s entrepreneurship and her current research interests include gender and ethnic entrepreneurship, gender in management, coaching and mentoring, sexual harassment, and evaluation studies.
Golnaz Golnaraghi , a diversity advocate, is passionate about gender and visible minority issues. After a fifteen-year marketing career with high-performing multinationals, in 2006 Golnaz pursued her passion to teach. Currently a Business Professor at Sheridan College, Toronto, Canada, her research interests include diversity, identity, discourse, and management education. She regularly presents at international conferences and in 2013 gave her first TEDx Talk titled From Silence to Voice: Embracing My Hybrid Identity, exploring her personal immigrant experiences as a Muslim-Canadian woman. In 2012, she was a recipient of the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Design Excellence Awards.
Sandra Groeneveld is a Professor of Public Sector Management at the Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University, Campus The Hague. She studies the structure and management of public organizations, with a special focus on diversity-related issues. (p. xvii) She also teaches courses for bachelor’s, master’s and PhD students on research methodology. Her expertise covers quantitative research methods, especially survey research.
Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger holds a PhD in Computer Science and is Full Professor for Gender and Diversity in Organizations. She is Head of the Department Management at the Vienna University of Economics and Business (WU). She was guest researcher at several international research institutions. Edeltraud Hanappi-Egger has published more than 300 articles, books, and book chapters on gender and diversity, organization studies, and diversity management.
Rana Haq is Assistant Professor at the School of Commerce and Administration in the Faculty of Management at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. She teaches organizational behaviour and human resources management, both on campus and online. Her research is primarily in the area of employment equity and managing diversity in the workplace, focusing particularly on Canada and India. Her work has been published in contributed books and in journals including the International Journal of Human Resource Management, Gender in Management: An International Journal, European Journal of Industrial Relations, Journal of International Migration and Integration, and Entrepreneurial Practice Review.
Geraldine Healy is Professor of Employment Relations at Queen Mary University of London, and her research interests lie in the interconnecting fields of employment relations, inequalities, and career. She has served on the editorial board of four journals, is the author of articles in leading journals and is joint author of Gender and Union Leadership (2013, with Gill Kirton), Ethnicity and Gender at Work (2008, with Harriet Bradley), Diversity, Ethnicity, Migration and Work: International Perspectives (2011, with Franklin Oikelome), co-editor of Equalities, Inequalites and Diversity (2010) and The Future of Worker Representation (2004). She has undertaken a number of research projects (with funding from the ESRC, EOC, Leverhulme) and is currently (2014) undertaking a project for the TUC titled The Challenges of Organising Atypical Workers.
Jeff Hearn is Professor of Management and Organization, Hanken School of Economics, Finland; Guest Research Professor in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, based in Gender Studies, Örebro University, Sweden; Professor of Sociology, University of Huddersfield, UK; and a UK Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences. He has published in a wide range of journals and his latest books are: Rethinking Transnational Men (edited with Marina Blagojević and Katherine Harrison, 2013) and Men of the World: Genders, Globalizations, Transnational Times (2015). He is managing co-editor of Routledge Advances in Feminist Studies and Intersectionality book series, co-editor of NORMA: International Journal of Masculinity Studies, and associate editor of Gender, Work and Organization. His research focuses on gender, sexuality, violence, organizations, and transnational processes.
Elina Henttonen works as an independent research and entrepreneur at Valtaamo Ltd, studying and developing work life from the perspectives of diversity and (p. xviii) meaningful work. Previously she worked as a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in the Department of Management, Aalto University, Finland, and published her work in refereed journals and scientific books.
Rosalie Hilde is a faculty member of Thompson Rivers University and College of New Caledonia in British Columbia Canada. She earned her Doctorate of Business Administration (D.B.A.) degree at Athabasca University, Alberta Canada and in that summer won the best dissertation award of the Academy of Management (AoM) Critical Management Studies (CMS) Division business conference. Her research interests include identity work, immigrants’ work experiences, qualitative research methodology, and organizational behaviour. She is elected as Divisional Treasurer (2014–17) and had served as a representative-at-large and webmaster for the AoM CMS division between 2010 and 2013.
Roswitha Hofmann is a researcher, lecturer (WU Vienna and University of Applied Sciences Wr. Neustadt/Austria), author, and scientific consultant. With a doctorate in sociology, she was formerly Assistant Professor at the WU Vienna. Her main working areas are: gender- und diversity research with focus on gender identity, sexual orientations/identities and age; diversities and diversity management under queer theoretical perspectives; sustainable organizational development and technical developments from a feminist point of view.
Charlotte Holgersson is researcher and teacher at the Department of Industrial Economics and Management, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. Her research is located in the intersection between organization and management studies and gender studies. She is interested in the empirical and theoretical exploration of gender ordering in organizations, in particular issues of management, change, and sexuality. One of her main empirical concerns over the years has been the perpetuation of men’s dominance on top positions in organizations but she is also interested in processes of change. Several of her research projects focus on gender equality and diversity practices in organizations. She has recently published articles in Gender, Work and Organization and in Gender in Management.
Gavin Jack is Professor of Management at Monash University, Australia. He has research interests in international and cross-cultural management studies, and gender and diversity in organizations. He is Past Chair of the Critical Management Studies Division of the Academy of Management, and currently an Associate Editor of the journal Organization. His work has appeared in journals including the Academy of Management Review, Sociology, British Journal of Management, Management International Review, Organization and Journal of Management Inquiry.
Laknath Jayasinghe is Lecturer in Media Marketing at Macquarie University, Australia. He is a consumer researcher interested in brand and advertising consumption, consumer identity value, family identity, and masculinity and sexuality. He holds a PhD in marketing from Melbourne Business School and has written about issues of diversity and masculine identity practice in consumer culture contexts.
(p. xix) Anna-Liisa Kaasila-Pakanen is a doctoral candidate at the Oulu Business School, University of Oulu, Finland. Her research interests include cultural diversity at the workplace, postcolonialism, socio-cultural aspects of entrepreneurship and subjectivity construction of entrepreneurs.
David Knights is Professor of Organization Studies at Lancaster University and the Open University in the UK. His research interests can be divided into several areas each of which have various degrees of overlap—organization studies, management control, power, identity and resistance; gender and diversity studies; financial services consumption, education and regulation; information communication technology; organizational change and innovation; theory, knowledge, epistemology and methodology. He jointly created and continues to edit Gender, Work and Organization and is on the boards of several other journals.
Alison M. Konrad is Professor of Organizational Behaviour and holder of the Corus Entertainment Chair in Women in Management at the Ivey Business School, Western University. Her research interests include gender and diversity in organizations, workplace experiences of people with disabilities, work–life interface accommodations, and diversity management practices.
Jonna Louvrier is a postdoctoral fellow at the Clayman Institute for Gender Research at Stanford University. She obtained her PhD at Hanken School of Economics in Helsinki Finland. Her research interests include comparative studies on equality, gender equality, and diversity management.
Danielle Mercer is a PhD Management Candidate and a Research Assistant at Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, NS, Canada. She completed both her Bachelor of Commerce (B.Comm) and Masters of Business Administration (MBA) degrees at Memorial University of Newfoundland. In 2013, she was awarded the SSHRC Joseph Armand-Bombardier CGS Scholarship for her doctoral dissertation work on leadership and gender. Her specific interests relate to gender equality, leadership, and worker well-being.
Jean Helms Mills is a Professor of Management at the Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University, Canada. She is an Associate Editor of Gender, Work and Organization and serves on the editorial boards of several other journals. Her books include Making Sense of Organizational Change (2003), Understanding Organizational Change (2009) and the forthcoming Routledge Companion to Critical Management Studies.
Albert J. Mills is Professor of Management and Director of the PhD Program in the Sobey School of Business at Saint Mary’s University, in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He is the author of nearly forty books and edited collections that focus largely on the gendering of organization over time.
Ali Mir is a Professor of Management at William Paterson University. He has published on a range of topics including the changing nature of work in late capitalism, the (p. xx) international division of labour, knowledge transfer, postcolonialsm, secularism, radical poetry, and Indian cinema.
Raza Mir is a Professor of Management in the College of Business at William Paterson University. His research mainly focuses on the transfer of knowledge across national boundaries in multinational corporations, and issues relating to power and resistance in organizations. He currently serves as the Chair of the Critical Management Studies Division of the Academy of Management.
Mark E. Moore is an Associate Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at East Carolina University. His research interests include issues on disability, diversity, and marketing.
Paul Mutsaers is an anthropologist and postdoctoral research fellow at Tilburg University (the Netherlands) and as a researcher for the Police Academy of the Netherlands. His research can be described as a public anthropology of policing that is explicitly concerned with the policing of migrants in the Netherlands. He works as a co-editor for the online platform Anthropoliteia and has published in journals such as the British Journal of Criminology, Critique of Anthropology and Anthropology of Work Review. He is also a member of the Border Criminologies research group in Oxford.
Eddy S. Ng is F.C. Manning Chair in Economics and Business and Associate Professor of Management at Dalhousie University. His research focuses on managing diversity for organizational competitiveness, the changing nature of work and organizations, and managing the millennial workforce. His work has been funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada and Canadian Studies grants. He has served as Chair of the Diversity and Inclusion Theme Committee (D&ITC) of the Academy of Management, as well as the Gender and Diversity in Organizations (GDO) Division of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada. He is presently an Associate Editor of Personnel Review.
Stella M. Nkomo is a Professor in the Department of Human Resource Management at the University of Pretoria, South Africa. Her internationally recognized research on race and gender and diversity in organizations has been published in several journals and edited volumes. She is an Associate Editor for the British Journal of Management. Professor Nkomo is the co-author of Our Separate Ways: Black and White Women and the Struggle for Professional Identity (2001) and Courageous Conversations: A Collection of Interviews and Reflections on Responsible Leadership by South African Captains of Industry (2011).
Sine Nørholm Just Sine is an Associate Professor at the Department of Business and Politics, Copenhagen Business School. Sine works at the interdisciplinary nexus of the social sciences and the humanities, studying rhetorical processes of meaning formation. She is particularly interested in conceptualizing and studying diversity management from a critical angle. This work ties up with broader theoretical and empirical interests in the relationship between performativity and rhetorical agency.
(p. xxi) Vedran Omanovic is Senior Lecturer and Researcher at the University of Gothenburg and his research interests are focused on organizational change, transformation, and the notion of diversity in organizations. More specifically, Vedran seeks to understand how the ideas of different organizational phenomena are socially produced and why they are produced in particular ways. Vedran is also interested in understanding the ideas of different organizational phenomena through the lenses of alternative theoretical and methodological approaches. His recent publications have appeared in Scandinavian Journal of Management (2013) and The Handbook of Gender Work and Organization (2011).
Renate Ortlieb is Full Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Graz, Austria. Her research interests are in human resource strategies, especially with a focus on migrant employees, gender and power relations in organizations, employee absenteeism, and empirical research methods. Her publications have appeared in the Journal of the Royal Statistical Society—Applied Statistics, Management Revue, Schmalenbach Business Review, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Feminist Economics, and Group and Organization Management.
Mustafa F. Özbilgin is Professor of Organisational Behaviour at Brunel Business School, London. He also holds two international positions: Co-Chaire Management et Diversité at Université Paris Dauphine and Professor of Management at Koç University in Istanbul. His research focuses on equality, diversity and inclusion at work from comparative and relational perspectives. Editor-in-chief of the European Management Review, he has authored and edited twelve books and large number of papers in journals, including for the Academy of Management Review, British Journal of Management, Journal of Vocational Behavior, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Human Relations, Gender, Work and Organization, and Social Science and Medicine.
Banu Özkazanç-Pan received her PhD in Organization Studies from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Her research and writing has focused on issues of identity formation under globalization, international entrepreneurs, and critical perspectives in international management. Currently she is the Graduate Program Director for the Organizations and Social Change track of the newly launched doctoral degree in Business Administration as well as the professional development workshop co-chair for the Critical Management Studies Division of the Academy of Management. She has published in the Academy of Management Review, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Scandinavian Journal of Management, and Qualitative Research in Organizations and Management among others and contributed to six book chapters.
Mustafa Bilgehan Öztürk is Senior Lecturer in Management at Middlesex University Business School, UK. His research focus involves the field of equality, diversity, and inclusion with a range of interests including gender, gender identity, and sexual orientation. His previous research has appeared in journals such as the British Journal of Management, Human Relations, and International Journal of Human Resource (p. xxii) Management, and in edited volumes published by Cambridge University Press, Edward Elgar, and Routledge.
Mariana Ines Paludi is a PhD candidate at the Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary`s University, Canada and a Teaching and Research Assistant at Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, Argentina. Her areas of research include critical management, gender, culture, Latin America, postcolonialism. She teaches undergraduate courses in organizational behaviour both in Canada and Argentina.
Janet Porter is Professor, Logistics at the Humber Institute of Technology and Learning (Ontario, Canada). Her work focuses on organization, with particular attention paid to gender, class, and resistance.
Glen Powell is a PhD candidate at Macquarie University in Sydney. His research is on leadership development, identity, social inclusion, and diverse forms of capital. Before commencing doctoral studies he was a community organizer with a non-partisan coalition of unions, community and faith groups, working to build and mobilize grassroots power for diverse communities.
Judith K. Pringle is Professor of Organisation Studies, coordinator of the Gender and Diversity Research Group at Auckland University of Technology, and also adjunct professor at the Centre for Work and Wellbeing, Griffith University. Her research focuses on: workplace diversity, women’s experiences in organizations, bicultural research, intersections of social identities (gender/ethnicity/sexuality/age), and reframing career theory. She was co-editor of the Sage Handbook for Workplace Diversity (2006) and has published numerous book chapters, and in scholarly journals such as Gender, Work and Organization, British Journal of Management, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of World Business, and Career Development International.
Annette Risberg is an Associate Professor at the Department of Intercultural Communication and Management, Copenhagen Business School, and earned her PhD at Lund University. Annette is interested in the behavioural and human aspects of organizations and has studied that in the context of diversity in organizations as well as merger and acquisition integration. She is particularly interested in practices of diversity work in organizations and to study this from a critical perspective.
Jacqueline H. Stephenson is an adjunct post-doctoral Research Associate with the University of Leicester, UK. Her research interests include diversity, discrimination, equality and fairness in employment.
Glenda Strachan is Professor, Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources, Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia. Her research focuses on women and work, especially gender equity within organizations, in both contemporary and historical settings. Her Australian Research Council grants have focused on equal employment opportunity policies and practices and gender equity in university (p. xxiii) employment. She is co-editor of Managing Diversity in Australia: Theory and Practice (2010) and the author of numerous book chapters and articles in scholarly journals such as the British Journal of Industrial Relations, Women in Management Review, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, and Continuity and Change.
Jawad Syed is Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Diversity Management at the Business School, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom. His main academic interests include gender, race and diversity in organizations, international HRM and organizational knowledge. He has co-edited Managing Cultural Diversity in Asia: A Research Companion (2010), and Managing Gender Diversity in Asia: A Research Companion (2010). He has also edited a text book titled Human Resource Management in a Global Context: A Critical Approach (2012).
Lucy Taksa is Professor of Management and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Business and Economics at Macquarie University, Australia. She has published on management and labour history; gendered workplace cultures in transport and finance; migrant employment, diversity management, and identity. She is currently working on an Australian Research Council funded project: ‘Affinities in Multicultural Australia’ and an industry funded project considering the socioeconomic and identity impacts of living with lymphoedema. She is a member of the Australian Research Council College of Experts, Associate Editor for the European Management Review, and the Economic and Labour Relations Review Area Editor for Gender.
Ahu Tatli is a Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, UK. Her research explores intersectionality of disadvantage and privilege at work; inequality and discrimination in recruitment and employment; diversity management, agency and change in organizations. She has widely published in edited collections, practitioner and policy outlets and international peer-reviewed journals such as Academy of Management Review, British Journal of Management, Canadian Journal of Administrative Sciences, European Journal of Industrial Relations, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, International Business Review, Human Relations and International Journal of Management Reviews.
Deirdre Tedmanson is a Senior Lecturer and Program Director for Social Sciences in the School of Psychology, Social Work and Social Policy at the University of South Australia, an Associate Researcher with the Hawke Research Institute, and a Research Scholar with the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at the Australian National University. Deirdre has published widely on a range of subjects including Indigenous community and enterprise development, women’s empowerment, and participatory action research. A major focus of Deirdre’s research is working in collaborative partnerships with people and organizations from the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands of central Australia.
Saadia Toor is Associate Professor of Sociology at the College of Staten Island, City University of New York. She is the author of The State of Islam: Culture and Cold War (p. xxiv) Politics in Pakistan. Her research focuses on issues, which lie at the intersection of political economy, race, gender/sexuality, and nationalism.
Marja-Liisa Trux , born 1965, received her PhD from Helsinki School of Economics. Her interdisciplinary career combines psyhology, cultural anthropology and organization studies. She has worked with Keijo Räsänen at Aalto University as a member of the practice theoretically oriented team of researcher-teachers. Her field experience includes work with immigrant cleaners and high-tech professionals. She is currently investigating work beyond wage labour, as an independent scholar.
Koen Van Laer works as a Lecturer at the Faculty of Business Economics at Hasselt University, Belgium, where he is a member of SEIN, a research team whose research focuses on identity, diversity, and inequality. His main research interests are ethnicity, religion, and sexual orientation at work, the way ‘difference’ is managed and constructed in organizations, and the way it influences workplace experiences and careers. His work has appeared in books as well as in international organizations studies journals.
Anna Wahl is Professor (Chair) Gender, Organisation and Management at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm. Previously she was Guest Professor at Tema Genus, Linköping University (2012–14) and Department of Business Administration, Karlstad University (2004–05). Her current research interests are the gendering of management in different contexts, work for change, and the impact of gender equality in organizations. Her recent publications include book and journal articles, including in NORA—Nordic Journal of Feminist and Gender Research.
Patrizia Zanoni is Professor of Organization Studies at Hasselt University, Belgium. Drawing from various bodies of critical theory, she investigates the discursive construction of socio-demographic identities in workplaces, the role such identities play in capital–labour relations, and organizational practices reducing inequality at work. Her research has been published in various international organization studies journals and in international educational journals. Since 2009 she has been leading SEIN—Identity, Diversity & Inequality Research, a team researching diversity in the work sphere. She is one of the co-founders of EqualDiv@Work, a transnational academic network of researchers investigating topics related to diversity in organizations and work settings.