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In search of more diverse voices on group dynamics

Meet the main voices on group dynamics since the 1940s. Notice anything?

When you look for what's out there today on the topic of group dynamics and relations and land on Wikipedia, you get the following disclaimer for systemic bias:

It might not come as a surprise to you that we are on a mission to change this. Jeanine is looking for academics or studies with a post-modern/postcolonial/post-structuralist view on group relations and group dynamics, especially in the context of learning groups.

What are the new (female, non-Western?) voices in response to Kurt Lewin (1890-1947) , Wilfred Bion (1897-1979) or Bruce Tuckman (1938-2016) for instance? What is the latest critique or fresh outlook from within or on the work of The Tavistock Institute of Human Relations (UK) or The NTL Institute for Applied Behavioral Science (US) maybe?

What is out there? Who should we talk to?

Also, let us know if you're interested to participate in a dialogue around this. Many thanks! #onamission #curious #letstalk #timeforachange


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