Mar Perezts

Mar Perezts
emlyon business school | EMLYON

PhD in Management Science

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April 2015 - present
emlyon business school
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • OCE Research Centre
September 2012 - March 2015
emlyon business school
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
January 2009 - February 2014
ESCP Business School
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
January 2009 - February 2014
ESCP Business School
Field of study
  • Management and Business Ethics
September 2007 - December 2008
Université Paris Nanterre
Field of study
  • Management of Organizations and Public Policy
September 2005 - July 2007

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Projects (5)
Project
Expanding current limited conceptions of rationality through exploring the relational and affective dimensions. With M. Painter, Jo-Anna Russon and T. Chmura
Project
This RG community is devoted to the books, articles, conferences, projects and all events focused on the topic of “Phenomenologies and Organizations Studies”. We diffuse here recent texts and ideas about phenomenological, post-phenomenological and anti-phenomenological* research in management and organization studies. We cover in particular topics such as: - Organizing as an experience; - Work and management as lived experiences; - Phenomenology of time-space and organizing; - Experiences, events and becoming; - Embodiment, disembodiment, corporeity and intercorporeity as dimensions of work, management and semiosis; - Research methods focused on lived experiences, e.g. ethnography, autoethnography, collaborative ethnography and all active methods such as action science and pragmatic inquiries; - Emotions and affects as processes of becoming at the heart of organizing; - Reversibility and the experience of life; - Phenomenological approaches of History and “longue durée” ; - Materiality, new materialities, performativity and their relationship with experience; - Phenomenologies of animality, machinism and humanism; - Digital semiosis, digital technologies, cybernetics and post-humanisms; - Ontologies, ontogenesis, immanence, transcendence, humanism and post-humanism; - Topics such as life, death, silence, perception, depth, meaning, sense, narratives, aesthetics, art, consciousness, intentionality, agency, responsibility, hermeneutics, gestures, atmospheres, technologies, spatiality, temporality, semiosis, ecology, spirituality, music, entrepreneurship, strategy, information systems, communication, projects, craftsmanship, power, collaboration, community, commons, from phenomenological and post-phenomenological perspectives. Publications and debates grounded in Lambert’s, Oetinger’s, Hegel’s, Nietzche's or Kant’s seminal phenomenologies are welcome. Husserlian thought and Husserlian heretics are more than welcome. German, French, Italian, British, European, Asian, American, African phenomenologies, post-phenomenologies or ante-phenomenologies as well. The Existentialism of Kierkegaard, Sartre, de Beauvoir, among others, are also more than welcome. Idem for the indirect or sensible ontology of Merleau-Ponty, the hermeneutic phenomenology of Ricoeur or the political thought of Arendt. Critical, historical and comparative perspectives (about Marxism, post-Marxism, American Pragmatism, process studies, critical studies, structuralism, symbolic perspectives...) as well. We also hope to collect here thoughts about the influence of the variety of phenomenologies on social sciences and humanities at large, and management and organization studies in particular. Phenomenological and post-phenomenological perspectives are not a clear cut school of thought or set of ideas that could be ‘aximomatized’ (a process which would not be coherent with most experiential thoughts). We welcome here a diversity of documents and events around the broad dimensions defined in this short text which will be adapted through the emergence of our community. Do not hesitate to share here with us your latest thoughts about phenomenology and organization studies! The collaborators * By post-phenomenological, we mean here streams of thoughts that have extended and hybridized phenomenological ideas (e.g. Husserlian concepts). By anti-phenomenological, we mean here streams of thoughts that have been critical about phenomenology (very often, implicitly or explicitly, about Husserl) but whose meaning is often better understood with a strong knowledge of phenomenological constructs.