The CMS Division newsletter editor is Eda Ulus (University of Leicester, UK): email@example.com
The newsletter is sent out quarterly to Division members and distributed through the List. It features news relating to the Division, its members and the wider CMS community.
The CMS Division has been invested in featuring news about the research and experiences of PhD students, Early Career Scholars, Members from marginalised groups, and Members new to CMS. Please do contact with news that you have for our Division newsletter.
CMS Division newsletter - October 2018
Including: A message from the new Division Chair on the challenges facing CMS, reflections on CMS events in Chicago,CMS award winners, spotlight on Ng Kong Man Joey & Stefanie Ruel, Ethics & Inclusion in CMS.
CMS Division newsletter - June 2018
Including: Goodbye from the editor, highlights from Chicago, thanking reviewers, keynote speaker, call for PhD consortium, Division’s renewed mandate, farewell & welcoming of exec members.
CMS Division newsletter - March 2018
Including: Division’s 5-year review, calls for best PhD award & doctoral consortium, Borders of Nations and Scholarship (video link), scholarly program for Chicago, division elections, early critter portrait and other calls.
CMS Division newsletter - December 2017
Including: Looking ahead to next year (from CMS Co-Chairs), calls for papers, reviewers and PDW proposals for Chicago, Best Thesis Award, Dark Side Case Competition, Twitter update.
CMS Division newsletter - October 2017
Including: CMS for our times, reflections on CMS events in Atlanta, a message from the past chair, Division Awards 2017, Spotlight on Seray Ergene, call for papers.
CMS Division newsletter - June 2017
Including: a letter from the editor, highlights for Atlanta, keynote, activist, get out of the hotels, doctoral consortium and other calls, the Jan Schapper Scholarship.
CMS Division newsletter - March 2017
Including: a letter from the editor, “The future of CMS”, AOM announcements including All-Academy Special Session, reflections from Co-Chair Nimruji Jammulamadaka, coming and goings, twitter update.
Quarterly newsletter – December 2016
Including: a letter from the editor, Division calls for AOM Meeting in Atlanta 2017 "Critical Engagement at the Interface", spotlight on early career critter Paulina Segarra.
Quarterly newsletter – October 2016
Including: a message from the division co-chairs on celebrating difference, some numbers and reflections on Anaheim, CMS award winners, spotlight on Saima Rifet, notices, call for papers and PDWs.
Quarterly newsletter – June 2016
Including: a notice from the division chairs on academic “housework” and the distributed nature of CMS; highlights from the division’s main program in Anaheim, various calls, announcements and acknowledgements.
Quarterly newsletter – March 2016
Including: newsletter from the editor; opinions on National CMS Convenors; portrays of Early Career Critters; all Division calls for AOM Meeting Anaheim 2016.
Quarterly newsletter - December 2015
Including: all Division calls for AOM Meeting Anaheim 2016; National CMS Convenors; ethics and inclusion in CMS Division; The Benefits of Print (Terry Clague, Routledge).
Quarterly newsletter - October 2015
Including: creating ethical and inclusive spaces in CMS; retrospective of AOM meeting in Vancouver; news on Division website and social media; 2015 Dissertation competition winner Hamid Foroughi.
Quarterly newsletter - June 2015
Including: Emerald’s Critical Management Studies book series; early career CMS researchers Anindita Banerjee, Toby Paltridge, Kristene Coller; Amon Barros and Bill Cooke on rankings and lists.
Quarterly newsletter - March 2015
Including: remembering Ralph Stablein (1953-2015); news on the 9th International CMS conference, Leicester.
Quarterly newsletter - December 2014
Including: reminiscence on Heather Höpfl (1948-2014); in memory of Jan Schapper (1951-2014); the CMS non-logo.
Quarterly newsletter - October 2014
Including: retrospective of AOM meeting in Philadelphia; details of International Board for CMS.