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Nonhuman Animal Voice in Business and Society

In this episode of Sustainability Unwrapped, Anna Zhuravleva explores mankind’s relationship with non-human animals through posthumanism perspectives, how we historically have organized together, how we should change our relationship to animals and the role of accreditation schemes with Linda Tallberg, Assistant Professor in Management and Organisation at Hanken.  

This is the seventh and last episode in season 3 focused on how to build a more sustainable future through Responsible Organising.  

Want to find out more? Read Linda’s book chapter together with Janne Tienari Human and nonhuman animals in a posthuman reality: Accreditation schemes as voice? in Transformative Action for Sustainable Outcomes: Responsible Organising. 

Tallberg L & Hamilton L (2022)(Eds). The Oxford Handbook of Animal Organization Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press.   

Tallberg L, Välikangas L & Hamilton L (2022). Animal activism in the business school: Using fierce compassion for teaching critical and positive perspectives. Management Learning, 53(1): 55–75.   

Tallberg L & Jordan PJ (2022). Killing Them ‘Softly’ (!): Exploring Work Experiences in Care-Based Animal Dirty Work. Work, Employment and Society, 36(5): 858–874.  

Tallberg L, García-Rosell JC & Haanpää M (2022). Human–Animal Relations in Business and Society: Advancing the Feminist Interpretation of Stakeholder Theory. Journal of Business Ethics, 180: 1-16. 

The podcast is produced by Hanken School of Economics. Anna Zhuravleva, host of Sustainability Unwrapped season three, is a doctoral candidate at Hanken School of Economics in Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility. 

Text written by Enni Nokkosmäki and Elise Wegelius.

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