Cross-Border Healthcare: the interaction between countries, cities, and cultures in healthcare

Deadline: October 2019

How do bodies, knowledges, tissues, ideas, instruments, policies, cross borders in today’s globalized healthcare scenario? Where do they come from and where do they travel to, and why? What do these displacements do to the local healthcare practice in each point of the journey? What do these border-crossings imply in terms of healthcare services, conceptions of health, illness, western medicine, and other forms of healthcare knowledges? What sort of reflection can the notion of ‘cross-border’ healthcare produce? What about the other terms circulating in the literature, in the market, and in legislations? For example, terms like: medical tourism, healthcare mobilities, healthcare industry, healthcare displacements, healthcare industrial complex, or medical / healthcare exile. The present cluster seeks to bring together sociological, anthropological, or historical work done within areas such as: Continue reading

Call for chapters. Actor-Network Theory: Concepts, methods and applications

Deadline: March 30, 2019.

Convocatoria en español

Despite its wide dissemination within the social sciences and the humanities, Actor-Network Theory (ANT) has been little addressed in Latin America in a systematic way. Thus, while there are many studies that use this framework in articles, book chapters and graduate theses, a book in Spanish that focuses on its main contributions and current and potential developments is still pending. This call responds to the need to have a reference text on ANT in Spanish for Ibero-American audiences. Continue reading

Innovation Challenges in Latin America

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Journal of Technology Management and Innovation

Innovation emerges as an option for companies to achieve growth and sustainability in a dynamic, complex and increasingly competitive environment. Thus, the innovation process has been analyzed from different perspectives, finding different definitions and classifications (Porter, 1998; Cooke, 2008; McCann and Ortega-Argiles, 2015; Geldes et al, 2017a). Continue reading

Estudios de Ciencia, Tecnología y Sociedad (CTS), Prácticas y Conocimientos Psi: modos de producción de subjetividad y mundos

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Deadline for submission of papers: February 28, 2019

REVISTA PSICOLOGÍA, CONOCIMIENTO Y SOCIEDAD

La sección monográfica se propone la puesta en conocimiento de investigaciones y revisiones teóricas relativas a los modos de producción de sujeto, subjetividad y “lo humano”, considerando lo que se ha denominado como “prácticas psi”. Esta denominación (y no la de prácticas psicológicas) participa en un ámbito fronterizo entre diversas disciplinas, saberes y campos de conocimiento que abordan los modos en que se elabora la subjetividad. En tal sentido, a modo de ejemplo, pueden ser considerados como ejes de interés: conocimientos y prácticas en neurociencias, psiquiatría, psicofármacos, administración, rehabilitación, auto-ayuda, coaching, entre otros. Será pertinente el envío de manuscritos inéditos en idioma español, portugués y/o inglés que describan: Continue reading

Social Studies of Science: Theory as method. Methodological options for organization and management research

Deadline for submission of papers: January 15, 2019, 2 pm Belgian time

Call for Papers to a special issue of the Journal of Organizational Change Management on Theory as method. Methodological options for organization and management research

Proponents

Steffen Roth, La Rochelle Business School, France, and Kazimieras Simonavičius University in Vilnius, Lithuania
Albert Mills, Sobey School of Business, Canada, and University of Eastern Finland, Finland
Dariusz Jemielniak, Kozminski University Warsaw, Poland
Bill Lee, Sheffield University, United Kingdom Continue reading