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Brummans, Boris H.J. M.

Visiting Fellows in Humanities

Research field

Agency, the communicative constitution of organizations, mindful organizing, organizational conflict, and organizational ethnography.

Profile

Boris H. J. M. Brummans (PhD, Texas A&M University) is an Associate Professor in the Department of Communication at the Université de Montréal in Canada. His research interests include agency, the communicative constitution of organizations, mindful organizing, organizational conflict, and organizational ethnography.

He has been investigating decision-making and the related issues of agency and responsibility in organizations as well as in the extreme moments of ordinary life. He has contributed chapters to several edited books and his articles appear in international peer-reviewed journals such as Communication Monographs, Human Relations, Information, Communication & Society, Journal of International and Intercultural Communication, Management Communication Quarterly, and Qualitative Inquiry.

He currently serves as an Associate Editor of Management Communication Quarterly. His research awards and honors (last ten years) include: 2014 Highly Commended Paper Award “ Business writing on the go: How executives manage impressions through e-mail communication in everyday work life” (published in Corporate Communications) ; 2011 Top Conference Paper Award “ Figures in tension in organizational communication: A ventriloqual perspective” Organizational Communication Division, International Communication Association 2009 Outstanding Article Award “Making sense of intractable multiparty conflict: A study of framing in four environmental disputes” (published in Communication Monographs); 2008 Outstanding Article Award “Making sense of intractable multiparty conflict: A study of framing in four environmental disputes” (published in Communication Monographs), by Organizational Communication Division, National Communication Association. 2007 Top Conference Paper Award “To be or not to be: The question of organizational presence” Organizational Communication Division, International Communication Association. His teaching awards include: 2016 Prix d’Excellence en Enseignement aux Professeurs de l’Université de Montréal (University-wide award for teaching excellence Université de Montréal). 2015 Prix d’E xcellence en Enseignement pour les Professeurs de la Faculté des Arts et des Sciences (Faculty-wide award for teaching and advising excellence Faculté des Arts et des Sciences, Université de Montréal.)

From: Apr 24, 2018 To: May 23, 2018

Structure Department of Communication (Associate professor)

University of Montreal

Montréal,  Canada