thbuioa

Department of Organization

Thomas
Burø
PhD fellow


Room: KIL/14.A-3.43
E-mail: thbu.ioa@cbs.dk
thomas
Presentation
I am interested in how arts and culture is continuously organized into distinct domains of aesthetic expression and practices, and how these distinct domains relate dynamically to each other in what can be understood as an ecology of culture. My research is situated at the micro-, meso- and macro levels of cultural organization. 
 
My research is inquiring into the ways in which political economy, cultural politics, identity, the pragmatics of aesthetic practice and the patterns of cultural use effectively shape and reshape, regulate, and organize arts and cultural organizations.  
I am particularly interested in anarchist practice and theory on organization. 
 
Primary research areas
  • Organisation of culture and art
  • Anarchist organisation
  • Philosophy of science, particularly Pragmatism.
  • Cultural Mapping methodologies
Link to this homepage
www.cbs.dk/en/staff/thbuioa
Courses
  • HA PRO Bachelor Thesis

 

Supervision
  • Bachelor projects
  • Master thesis
Selected publications
Articles – Peer Reviewed
 
Just, Sine Nørholm; Muhr, Sara Louise & Burø, Thomas (2017): Queer Matters – Reflections on the Critical Potential of Affective Organizing. Dialogues in Critical Management Studies.  
Munchow, Morten; Skau, Mette Smølz & Burø, Thomas: Diacritical, Diatopical and Contemplative Hermeneutics (2011). In Learning from the Other: Intercultural Metalogues. Ydesen, Christian; Koefoed, Oleg; Kroman, Joakim & Paulsen, Michael (eds.). Århus. NSU Press.
 
Feldt, Jakob Egholm & Burø, Thomas. Den Jødiske tøsedreng – eksegese over Daniel Boyarins: Unheroic Conduct. The Rise of Heterosexuality and the Invention of Jewish Man, in Kvinder, køn og forskning, vol 1 – 2, 2008
 
Books
 
Just, Sine Nørholm & Burø, Thomas. Kultur og kommunikationsteori – en introduktion, Hans Reitzels forlag, København 2010
 
Reports
 
Burø, Thomas & Hassan, Mozn (eds.) (2011): Changing Masculinities, Changing Communities. Danish-Egyptian Dialogue Institute & KVINFO.
 
Publications sorted by:
2020
Christian De Cock; Rasmus Johnsen; Thomas Burø / Bolaño’s Black Smoke : The Revelation of Horror in Organization.
In: Organization 2666: Literary Troubling, Undoing and Refusal. . ed. /Christian De Cock; Damian O’Doherty; Sine N. Just; Christian Huber. Wiesbaden : Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2020, p. 151-169
Book chapter > peer review
Thomas Burø / Punk Routine and Academic Discipline
In: Organization, 18.3.2020
Journal article > peer review
Sara Dahlman; Jannick Friis Christensen; Thomas Burø / The Fact of the Belly : A Collective Biography of Becoming Pregnant as a PhD Student in Academia.
In: M@n@gement, Vol. 23, No. 1, 2020, p. 125-130
Journal article > peer review
2017
Sine Nørholm Just; Sara Louise Muhr; Thomas Burø / Queer Matters : Reflections on the Critical Potential of Affective Organizing.
In: Feminists and Queer Theorists Debate the Future of Critical Management Studies. ed. /Alison Pullen; Nancy Harding; Mary Phillips. Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing 2017, p. 203-226 (Dialogues in Critical Management Studies, Vol. 3)
Book chapter > peer review
Outside activities
2020
 
No outside activities to report
 
2019
 
No outside activities to report

2018

Vallekilde Højskole
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