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Leadership and the Humanities is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to advancing understanding of, research on, and applications concerning leadership. The journal offers rigorous but readable scholarship on leadership from the broad field of the humanities, an increasingly popular focus for leadership studies. The journal publishes explorations of leadership from many disciplinary perspectives, including philosophy, ethics, religion, history, psychology, arts, literature, drama, film, ancient and modern languages, classics, communication and media studies, anthropology, political science, and sociology. Interdisciplinary approaches are encouraged. The journal welcomes studies of leaders and leadership in many different settings, in fiction and art, and across different times, places, and cultures. This may include studies of formal as well as informal leaders, and it may focus on followers, organizations, and the context of leadership, or on symbolic representations and depictions of leadership. Research that stresses the diversity of leadership across gender, race, class, religion, and age is encouraged.
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- Professor Peter Case, James Cook University, Australia
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- Professor Anthony Grayling, University of Oxford, UK
- Professor Keith Grint, Warwick University, UK
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- Professor Maosen Li, Renmin University, China
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- Dr Valerie Petit, EDHEC, France
- Professor Danica Purg, Bled School of Management, Slovenia
- Professor Ronald Riggio, Claremont McKenna College, US
- Professor Sergio Salvatore, Salento University, Italy
- Dr Sverre Spoelstra, Lund University, Sweden
- Dr Marco Tavanti, DePaul University, US
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