CAMEo Visiting Researchers

Dr. Katharina Chudzikowski

University of Bath

Katharina Chudzikowski is Associate Professor of Organisational Studies at the School of Management, University of Bath. Her research focuses on changing work practices and career development in organisation across different cultural contexts and industries. Particularly, she is interested in the interrelatedness of individuals and new forms of work, career management and aspects of resilience. She has published her work in scientific and practical publications, including articles in the Journal of Occupational and Organisational Psychology, Human Relations, Journal of Vocational Behaviour and International Journal of Human Resource Management.

Melissa Gregg

Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation

Melissa Gregg is Principal Engineer at Intel Corporation researching the future of work. For more than a decade she has been analysing the relationship between social, technical and organisational change in books like Work's Intimacy (2011), The Affect Theory Reader (2010) and Counterproductive: A Brief History of Time Management.  Her recent projects focus on the rise of personal enterprise – a world in which individuals take responsibility for life's logistics using innovative hardware and software solutions. Mel’s first two books – The Affect Theory Reader and Cultural Studies’ Affective Voices – generated worldwide momentum for the study of affect in the Humanities. Each of these projects foregrounded the changing experience of knowledge work in corporate and university settings.

Professor Claire Squires

University of Stirling

Professor Claire Squires is the Director of the Stirling Centre for International Publishing and Communication at the University of Stirling, Scotland. Her research interests include late 20th and 21st century publishing, literary prizes, and book festivals, with her publications including Marketing Literature: The Making of Contemporary Writing in Britain (2007) and, with Padmini Ray Murray, 'The Digital Publishing Communications Circuit' (2013). She is one of the volume editors for the forthcoming Cambridge History of the Book in Britain: Volume 7 The Twentieth Century and Beyond. She has worked as a judge for the Saltire Society Literary Awards and Publisher of the Year Award, and in 2015 was the recipient of a Scottish Book Trust New Writers Award. She tweets from @stirpublishing and @clairesquires.

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