Dr Emrah Karakilic works as a senior research fellow in the RSB Lab.
He occasionally teaches graduate seminars.
Emrah holds a master degree in human, society and philosophy (distinction) and a PhD in sociology from Goldsmiths, University of London where he worked as an associate lecturer in both sociology (2012-1017) and management studies departments (2012-2013). In May 2017, he joined the RSB Lab as a researcher.
He works on diverse topics under the theme of "work, organising and politics". He published his work in top journals such as Work, Employment and Society, Organization, Capital & Class, Technological Forecasting and Social Change, and M@n@gement. He also presented his solo and collaborative research in conferences organised by European Sociological Association, Organization Studies, IIPPE and others.
He finds his inspiration in Marxism, continental philosophy (in particular: Foucault, Deleuze and Guattari), and his little son.
He is keen on working collaboratively with graduate students who are familiar with the critical management scholarship at large.
Work, organising and politics.
Critical management studies.
Developing research interest: capitalism and mental health.
He reviews journal articles on an ad hoc basis.