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A. Gargett Cyberflesh (dis)orders: Prostheses of the organized body
A.R.E. Taylor Standing by for data loss: Failure, preparedness and the cloud
Aaron Weeks Notes towards a theory of affect-itself
AbdouMaliq Simone Talking photobooks: Standing by Kinshasa
Abe Walker The politics of workers' inquiry, ‘Creativity loves constraints’: The paradox of Google’s twenty percent time
Abigail Schoneboom Making Maker Space: An exploration of lively things, urban placemaking and organisation, Working through the allotment
ACME Alternatives to mainstream publishing within and beyond academia
Adam Arvidsson Public brands and the entrepreneurial ethics, Thinking beyond neo-liberalism: A response to Detlev Zwick, The potential of consumer publics, Creative class or administrative class? On advertising and the 'underground'
Adam Fish Zopa’s lambs: Video ads, internet investment, and the financialization of affect
Adam Hansen Realizing rogues: Theory, Organization, Dialogue
Adam Hyde Mobicasting: Let 1000 machines bloom
Adam Netzén When all that is theory melts into (hot) air: Contrasts and prallels between actor network theory, autonomist Marxism, and open Marxism
Adrian Mackenzie The affect of efficiency: Personal productivity equipment encounters the multiple
Ajit Pyati Re-envisioning the ‘knowledge society’ in India: Resisting neoliberalism and the case for the ‘public’
Ajnesh Prasad Academe under siege and the atrophy of today’s universities
Akseli Virtanen Art, memory, resistance, The structure of change: An introduction, Web of capturing the moving mind: X, General economy: The entrance of multitude into production, Theory of the multitude
Alan Bradshaw The politics of consumption, Amidst the wreckage
Alan W. Moore
Alan W. Moore Art workers want to know , The abjects of utopia: New lamps for old
Albert J. Mills Occupy Nova Scotia, Intersectionality at work: The case of Ruth Bates Harris and NASA
Alberto De Nicola The anamorphosis of living labour
Alessandro Dal Lago The global state of war
Alessandro Delfanti Repurposing the hacker: Three cycles of recuperation in the evolution of hacking and capitalism
Alessandro Gandini The rise of coworking spaces: A literature review
Alessia Contu A political answer to questions of struggle, Radicalising organisation studies and the meaning of critique
Alex Khasnabish Insurgent imaginations
Alexa Färber Talking photobooks: Standing by Kinshasa
Alexander Fleischmann Powerful writing as writing ‘with’
Alexander Paulsson The economy of enough: A viable plan for a sustainable future?, The vocabulary of degrowth: A roundtable debate, Resisting self-management? On the possibility of dissolving oneself in fast food restaurants
Alexander Styhre Intersectionality and professional work in the life sciences: Constructing identities on the basis of affirmation, dis-identification, and professional distancing, Constructing the employable immigrant: The uses of validation practices in Sweden, Céline and the aesthetics of hyperbole: Style, points, parataxis and other literary devices, Thomas Pynchon and the scrambling of literary codes: Implications for organization theory, The production of informational objects in innovation work: Pharmaceutical reason and the individuation of illnesses, Spaces of consumption: From margin to centre, Information and communication technology and the excess(es) of information: An introduction to Georges Bataille's general economy
Alexandra Bristow What was, is and will be critical about journal publishing?, Labour pains: Starting a career within the neo-liberal university
Alexandre de Pádua Carrieri The decolonizing future of organization studies
Alexandros Kioupkiolis The 15-M laboratory of democratic transformation: How a contemporary Spanish movement contested neoliberal hegemony in an impoverished democracy, Digital commons, the political, and social change: Towards an integrated strategy of counter-hegemony furthering the commons
Alexia Cameron Point of difference: The lost premise of creativity in ‘creative work’
Alexis Bushnell The battle for the whistleblower: An interview with John Kiriakou
Alf Rehn Organization, hollow, Pretty ugly: Notes on the moral economy of method, Organizing between a rock and a hard place, Indier than thou – On creative professions, chefs, and the sacralization of margins