Following is a list of selected publications authored by team members.
McEwen, C., Pullen, A., & Rhodes, C. (2020). The Aporia of Diversity Management: Tensions of Control and Proliferation in the Pursuit of Organizational Equality. Presented at the SCOS Conference 2020: Difference, Copenhaguen, 6-9 July.
McEwen, C., Pullen, A., & Rhodes, C. (2020). Intersectional reflexivity and relational intersectionality: The perils, potential and politics of researching diversity in organizations. Presented at the Gender, Work and Organization 11th Biennial International Interdisciplinary Conference, Stream 16 ‘The Present and Future of Intersectionality: Controversies, Challenges, Transformations and Opportunities’, Kent, 24-26 June.
Pullen, A., Rhodes, C., & McEwen, C. (2020). Redressing leadership inequality-generating practices across differences: Conceptualising ‘relational intersectionality’. Presented at the 36th EGOS Colloquium 2020, Sub-theme 60: The Politics of Difference: Critical Investigations across Time and Space, Hamburg, 2-4 July.
Andrijasevic, R., Rhodes, C., & Yu, K. H. (2019). Foreign workers: On the other side of gendered, racial, political and ethical borders. Organization. OnlineFirst
Liu, H. (2019). An embarrassment of riches: The seduction of postfeminism in the academy. Organization, 26(1), 20-37.
Pullen, A., Rhodes, C., McEwen, C., & Liu, H. (2019). Radical politics, intersectionality and leadership for diversity in organizations. Management Decision. Early Cite
Vachhani, S. J., and Pullen, A. (2019). Ethics, politics and feminist organizing: Writing feminist infrapolitics and affective solidarity into everyday sexism. Human Relations, 72(1), 23-47.
Lewis, P., Ozkazanc‐Pan, B., & Pullen, A. (2018). Gender, Work and Organization developments in 2018. Gender, Work & Organization, 25(5), 437-442.
Liu, H. (2018). Redoing and Abolishing Whiteness in Leadership. After Leadership, 101-111.
Liu, H. (2018). Re-radicalising intersectionality in organisation studies. ephemera: theory & politics in organization, 18(1).
Rhodes, C., & Badham, R. (2018). Ethical Irony and the Relational Leader: Grappling with the Infinity of Ethics and the Finitude of Practice. Business Ethics Quarterly, 28(1), 71-98.
Rhodes, C & Carlsen, A. (2018). The teaching of the other: Ethical vulnerability and generous reciprocity in the research process. Human Relations, 71(10), pp. 1295-1318.
Rhodes, C., & Pullen, A. (2018). Critical Business Ethics: From Corporate Self‐interest to the Glorification of the Sovereign Pater. International Journal of Management Reviews, 20(2), 483-499.
Rhodes, C., Wright, C., & Pullen, A. (2018). Changing the world? The politics of activism and impact in the neoliberal university. Organization, 25(1), 139-147.
Liu, H. (2017). The masculinisation of ethical leadership dis/embodiment. Journal of Business Ethics, 144(2), 263-278.
Pullen, A., Rhodes, C., & Thanem, T. (2017). Affective politics in gendered organizations: Affirmative notes on becoming-woman. Organization, 24(1), 105-123.
Rhodes, C. (2017). Ethical Praxis and the Business Case for LGBT Diversity: Political Insights from Judith Butler and Emmanuel Levinas. Gender, Work & Organization, 24(5), 533-546.
Liu, H. (2016). Undoing whiteness: The Dao of anti-racist diversity practice. Gender, Work & Organization, doi: 10.1111/gwao.12142.
Liu, H., & Baker, C. (2016). White Knights: Leadership as the heroicisation of whiteness. Leadership, 12(4), 420-448.
Pullen, A., Thanem, T., Tyler, M., & Wallenberg, L. (2016). Sexual politics, organizational practices: Interrogating queer theory, work and organization. Gender, Work & Organization, 23(1), 1-6.
Ahonen, P., Tienari, J., Meriläinen, S., & Pullen, A. (2014). Hidden contexts and invisible power relations: A Foucauldian reading of diversity research. Human Relations, 67(3), 263-286.
Liu, H. (2015). Reimagining ethical leadership as a relational, contextual and political practice. Leadership, doi:10.1177/1742715015593414.
Liu, H., Cutcher, L., & Grant, D. (2015). Doing authenticity: The gendered construction of authentic leadership. Gender, Work & Organization, 22(3), 237-255.
Phillips, M., Pullen, A., & Rhodes, C. (2014). Writing organization as gendered practice: Interrupting the libidinal economy. Organization Studies, 35(3), 313-333.
Pullen, A., & Rhodes, C. (2014). Corporeal ethics and the politics of resistance in organizations. Organization, 21(6), 782-796.
Pullen, A., & Rhodes, C. (2015). Ethics, embodiment and organizations. Organization, 22(2), 159-165.
Pullen, A., & Rhodes, C. (2015). Is becoming-woman possible in organizations?. The Routledge Companion to Ethics, Politics and Organizations. London: Routledge, 355-367.
Pullen, A., & Rhodes, C. (2015). Writing, the feminine and organization. Gender, Work & Organization, 22(2), 87-93.
Rhodes, C. (2012). Ethics, alterity and the rationality of leadership justice. Human Relations, 65(10), 1311-1331.
Thanem, T., & Pullen, A. (2014). Difference, Diversity and Inclusion in Monstrous Organizations. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, 33(7); 570-574.
Prior to 2010
Linstead, S., & Pullen, A. (2006). Gender as multiplicity: Desire, displacement, difference and dispersion. Human Relations, 59(9), 1287-1310.
Pullen, A. (2006). Gendering the research self: Social practice and corporeal multiplicity in the writing of organizational research. Gender, Work & Organization, 13(3), 277-298.
Pullen, A., & Rhodes, C. (2008). It’s all about me!’: Gendered narcissism and leaders’ identity work. Leadership, 4(1), 5-25.
Pullen, A., & Simpson, R. (2009). Managing difference in feminized work: Men, otherness and social practice. Human relations, 62(4), 561-587.