Lab 6 – Decoloniality: Transforming Research Method for Good
Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2023
Time: 5.00 pm – 6.20 pm
Room: TBS Room 231
This EURAM 2023 LAB will open a window into the discussion of shifting the paradigm to localizing research methods in light of the context for its meaning, potential applications to theory development, teaching, learning, and practice, and identifying region- and country-specific pathways. Although the positivist Cartesian views have dominated the research methods, colonizing the discussions of race, religion/spirituality, gender, social class, and other dimensions of life, this Lab will focus on the significance of decolonizing in terms of autochthonous population research and offer a forum for collegial discussions to usher in decoloniality for good.
Hamid H. Kazeroony is a Senior Contributing Faculty at Walden University, Ph.D. program, USA, teaching qualitative research methods, appointed as Extraordinary Professor at N. W University, S. Africa, and has served as the chair of Gender and Diversity in Organization, EURAM 2019-2021. Hamid is currently serving as EURAM Board co-chair for strategic interest groups. He served as the Africa Academy of Management Professional Development Workshop chair from 2014 to 2020. His research reflects his interest in how production and diversity methods impact organizational leaders, institutions, values, and ethics, as manifested in his recent editorial contributions to a wide range of academic books and journals. Hamid’s current research is focused on decoloniality, and its epistemological, and ontological roots.
Jawad Syed is a professor of organizational behavior and leadership at the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS), Lahore, Pakistan. He is currently serving as coordinator of the South Asian Academy of Management (SAAM) and co-chair of the Gender, Race, and Diversity in Organizations SIG of EURAM. He is also the director of the Global Centre for Equality and Human Rights (GCEHR). Jawad’s current research is focused on the philosophy and ethics of diversity, equality, and inclusion