13th Annual Quantum Storytelling Conference

Organizing with Together-Telling

December 13-17, 2023 

Fisk University - Nashville, Tennessee

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Fisk University is a private historically black liberal arts college in Nashville, Tennessee. Founded in 1866, this 40-acre campus is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is Nashville's oldest higher education institute.

The conference features conventional sessions, keynote speakers, and a taste of Nashville’s rich history.

The Conference Scientific Committee is Composed of the Following Members:
Dr. R. Duncan M. Pelly (Fisk University)
Dr. David Boje (Fisk University and New Mexico State University)
Dr. Grace Ann Rosile (Fisk University and New Mexico State University)
Dr. Dominique Besson (Université de Lille · Institut d'Administration des Entreprises de Lille (IAE))
Dr. Oscar Javier Montiel Mendez (Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez)
Dr. Thomas "T.K." Kleiner (Webster University, Tashkent)
Dr. Holly Hamby (Fisk University) 
Latreace Wells (Fisk University)

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Abstracts on any of the following topics are welcome:

· Antenarratives

· Narratives

· Storytelling

· Indigenous Storytelling in Organizations

· African-American Storytelling for Organizing

· Storytelling Techniques from the Humanities & Social Sciences

· Stories of Organizational Deviance

· Narratives of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

· True Storytelling Interventions

· Other perspectives that embrace the diversity of storytelling research

2023 Conference Program

Historic building at Fisk UniversityThis is a great opportunity to meet fellow scholars and practitioners who are enthusiastic and knowledgeable about these concepts!

Special issues in the journals, Tamara and Organizational Storytelling Review follow this conference’s theme, and participants will have the opportunity to meet the editors.

Submission Deadline: September,15, 2023. Abstracts must be submitted via email to Dr. Duncan Pelly, Chair of the Business Department at Fisk University (dpelly@fisk.edu) with the following subject line in your email: “Submission of Abstract for True Storytelling Conference”.

Notifications: Acceptance will be sent via email on or before September 30, 2023.