Join authors Hilary Bradbury and Bill Torbert in conversation, based on their recently released book Eros/Power: Love in the Spirit of Inquiry (Integral Publishers, 2016).
Eros/Power: Relational Action Inquiry integrating subjectivity, inter-subjectivity and objectivity.
To join: be sure you are signed up for http://taoslearning.ning.com
Then go to: http://taoslearning.ning.com/conversations/june13-17-dialogue-with-bradbury-torbert
Monday - Thursday that week, the conversation will take place online in the Taos Institute Online Community virtual space. This is an asynchronous conversation, meaning that everyone from around the world can come online anytime, any day, for as long or as short as you want. The authors will visit the virtual space every day this week and interact with your comments, questions, and sharing of stories and examples. Join in online anytime during the week.
Then, on Friday, June 17th, we will have a live webinar 9:00 AM WestCoast, 12:00 Noon US eastern. (Check the World Clock for your local time zone.)
To register for this webinar, please email Emily at: email@example.com. We will send you the link to join the webinar.
Our Invitation: At the heart of our book and hopefully of our conversation lies an inquiry into the interweaving of eros and power in love and work. Although both of us are professors of organization (management) in the action research domain, our voices in this book rarely rise to the third-person professorial, but mostly sound instead in much more vulnerable first- and second-person tones. Some of our most heated debate starts, ironically, in a PhD seminar on Qualitative Research Methods. The book intends dialogue with a form that alternates autobiographical chapters about psycho-spiritual- erotic development and include our relationship with one another. We invite a deeper dive into the themes of love, gender, privilege and what it means for how we live our inquiry together.