In 12 chapters, business, management, and other scholars from Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada consider how feminism and queer theory can organize Critical Management Studies differently to re-articulate the political goals of social justice and challenge marginalization, the categorization of social minorities, and oppression. They examine Critical Management Studies' whiteness; why the field lacks an orientation to achieve pragmatic change, as well as its marginalization of the subaltern; activism in business classrooms; the marginalization of Muslim women in North America; feminist theory in the context of the global financial crisis; the process of feminist Critical Management Studies writing “with animals”; the processes involved in making, in the context of the work of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick; and queer thought in Critical Management Studies.|"Written as constructive critique from within the Critical Management Studies project, this volume demonstratesthe urgency of multiple contemporary strands of feminism and queer theory for keeping CMS relevant and alertto the challenges of our times. The authors succeed in going beyond arm chair critiques and propose actualpractical changes, providing novel ideas for alternative practices of researching, teaching and writing, forembodied politics, and activist organizing. Some do not shy away from hard conversations and confrontationalpolitics, showing the joy in acting as 'kill joys'. Others venture into radically different, fascinating new forms ofscholarship and learning. I highly recommend this collection of dialogues to anyone longing to make a criticaldifference."|"This collection is a call to action for a more active, politically engaged CMS. It invites us to envision what more CMS can be with the addition of more feminist, more anti-racist, and more queer voices. With an assemblage of chapters that are bound to provoke and unsettle, the book aims to incite reflexivity among CMS scholars and to prompt collective efforts for confronting the normative in knowledge, in management, in the university and in the academy more generally."|"When asked what feminism and queer theory can offer to the scope and direction of critical work, the masters of CMS who guard the 'manual' of critique often simply shrug their shoulders. In this insightful and lively volume, the feminist and the queer are at last tactically connected to retort with plenty of heartfelt and provocative alternatives. Embodied, anti-normative and explosive critique - ranging from practical politics to pragmatic change, from creative resistance to radical activism and from feminist solidarity to queer friendship - is explained well and illustrated consistently in a thought-provoking and surprising text that aims to confront and root out many of the injustices and injuries in a world, desiring to become more equal, diverse and different."