Decoloniality: The Path to Sustainable Development
Lab 4 – Thursday 3rd December 14:30 ~ 15:50 CET
The lab offers a window into decoloniality and how a shift from postcolonialism may help employers address equity in their workplace, providing a sustainable path forward. In this context, we will explore (1) the gendered aspects of coloniality in the Middle East, 2) how Islamic Feminism is resisting decolonization, (3) Caste, purity, and female dress in IT India, and (4) the context of decoloniality.
Hamid H Kazeroony – Walden U. Management PhD Program, USA – Hamid.firstname.lastname@example.org
Beverly Dawn Metcalfe – ESA, Lebanon Khalifa University from January 2021 – Metcalfe.email@example.com
Jasmin Mahadevan – Pforzheim University, Germany – firstname.lastname@example.org
Hamid Kazeroony SPHR, SHRM-SCP, is a senior Contributing faculty at Walden University, Ph.D. Program, USA, Chair of Gender and Diversity in Organization Strategic Interest Group, EURAM, Symposium and Caucus Chair, Africa Academy of Management. He served as Membership Committee Chair, AOM between 2016-2019.
Beverly Metcalfe will be joining Khalifa University as Professor of Women, Leadership and International Development in 2021 and remain as Visiting scholar of Professor of Women and Development at ESA Lebanon. I was at the Manchester Global Development Institute for much of my academic career and specialise in feminist theory and development, women’s empowerment and Leadership, and broader human development agendas addressing inequality in developing economies especially MENA/Asia. I have extensively published in leading journals including inter alia: JOBE, International HRM, Gender Work and Organization.
Jasmin Mahadevan is professor at Pforzheim University, Germany. Her work has appeared in numerous journals and recent handbooks, and she has edited and co-edited special issues and books in the area of (Critical) Cross-Cultural Management / Human Resource Management. Her Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap Book about Cross-Cultural Management has been published by Sage (2017), and she is the main editor of Cases in Critical Cross-Cultural Management: An Intersectional Approach to Culture (Taylor & Francis, 2020).