Organisational and Social Dynamics Vol.11 No.1
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About the Editor(s)
Michael Moskowitz PhD is a psychoanalyst and organizational consultant in New York City, an adjunct associate professor in the New York University School of Social Work, and Associate Director of the IPTAR Organizational Consultation and Executive Coaching Program. His past positions include CEO and Publisher, Other Press; Publisher, Jason Aronson; Director of the City University of New York Graduate School and Medical School Counseling Offices; and Team Leader, Operation Outreach Vietnam Veterans Center, New Haven. He is author of articles and chapters on psychoanalytic theory, organizational dynamics, morality, and race and ethnicity; a co-editor of three text books including Reaching Across Boundaries of Culture and Class: Widening the Scope of Psychotherapy; and the co-editor of the journal Organisational and Social Dynamics.
Anne-Marie Cummins is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at the University of the West of England, Bristol. Her research interests are the emotional factors which enter into teaching and learning and in particular resistances, both emotional and political, to current educational regimes in Higher Education. She has worked in the Group Relations field for some time and is Award Leader of the Masters in Group Relations at the University of the West of England. Her work is informed by both psychoanalytic and sociological thought and addresses the passions and politics invoked by trying to teach and learn in modern organisational life.
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