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Sub-theme 26: The Unsettled Humanities: (Anti-)Humanism, Fictionalization and Organizational Speculation [merged with sub-theme 68]

Convenors:
Annika Skoglund, Uppsala University, Sweden
Rasmus Johnsen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Christian De Cock, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark
Session I: Thursday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, LB - 2.3
Narrative Non-fiction
Chair: Christian De Cock
Chloe Vitry and Katie Beavan
“A day in the (work)life”: Looking for hopeful feminist utopia in our heres and nows
Discussant(s): Thomas Burø
Thomas Burø
Dominant fictions: The Collective Enunciation of the Local
Discussant(s): Chloe Vitry
Session II: Thursday, July 04, 14:00 to 15:30, LB - 2.3
Fairy Tale
Chair: Rasmus Johnsen
Ghislain Deslandes
Digital humanities and organisational stupidity: A pharmacological perspective
Discussant(s): Sari S.A. Mattila and Ishan Jalan
Louise Wallenberg and Torkild Thanem
From concepts to affects in organization studies
Discussant(s): Ghislain Deslandes
Sari S.A. Mattila and Ishan Jalan
Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam: Unsettling the settled
Discussant(s): Louise Wallenberg
Session III: Friday, July 05, 09:00 to 10:30, LB - 2.3
Poetry
Chair: Annika Skoglund
Stephen Linstead
Filming the organised human
Discussant(s): Martin Wood
Martin Wood
Affecting the humanities and social sciences using practice-based creative arts
Discussant(s): Jenny Helin
Jenny Helin, Matilda Dahl and Pierre Guillet de Monthoux
Caravan Poetry: An inquiry on four wheels
Discussant(s): Stephen Andrew Linstead
Session IV: Friday, July 05, 11:00 to 12:30, LB - 2.3
Mystery
Chair: Annika Skoglund
Sara Louise Muhr and Sine Just
Machine guns, swords and shields: Masculinity and femininity revised through powerful fictional heroines
Discussant(s): Manon Vignaud
Manon Vignaud and Mar Pérezts
Is fictionalisation of organisations utopia ? Exploring two levels of speculation in A. Bertina's novel Castles Burning (2017)
Discussant(s): Stephen Dunne
Stephen Dunne and Michael Pedersen
Literary seeming or literary seaming? The appeal from ‘Infinite Jest’
Discussant(s): Sara Louise Muhr
Session V: Friday, July 05, 14:00 to 15:30, LB - 2.3
Horror
Chair: Thomas Burø
Victoria Pagan
(Anti-)humanity and (im-)morality: Vicarious schadenfreude through Dante’s Inferno
Discussant(s): Christian Huber
Christian Huber
Fictional accountability: Bolaño’s 2666 read as an attempt to make accountability ethical
Discussant(s): Bogdan Costea
Bogdan Costea and Kostas Amiridis
Confronting the theme of finitude in management pedagogy: Questions from the humanities
Discussant(s): Victoria Pagan
Session VI: Saturday, July 06, 09:00 to 10:30, LB - 2.3
Science Fiction
Chair: Christian De Cock
Lara Pecis and Karin Berglund
Fictional imagination for creating alternative innovation futures
Discussant(s): Christopher Hugh Francis Baird
Christopher Baird and Thomas Calvard
Inspirational relationships between science fiction and organization studies: Thinking organization through the “Seven Beauties of Science Fiction”
Discussant(s): Mireille Mercier-Roy
Mireille Mercier-Roy
‘Becoming-with’ in organizations: the articulation of human-worlds and animal-worlds
Discussant(s): Lara Pecis
Session VII: Saturday, July 06, 11:00 to 12:30, LB - 2.3
Bildungsroman
Chair: Rasmus Johsen
Maximilian Schellmann
Spaces of learning
Discussant(s): Robert Richardson
Rowland Curtis
Writing the self: Reflexive narrative practice in undergraduate teaching and learning
Discussant(s): Maximilian Schellmann
Robert Richardson and Matt Statler
Personal space: Being with others in public
Discussant(s): Rowland Curtis