The international and interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal Communication and Language at Work (CLAW), edited by Peter Kastberg and Klarissa Lueg, calls for contributions.

Empirical, theoretical and conceptual texts of significant originality will be considered for publication. CLAW welcomes contributions that seek to enhance our understanding of organizational behavior and communication by investigating relevant aspects from numerous approaches and disciplines. Contributions may pertain to, e.g., personal communication, management communication, change, knowledge and innovation management, power and control, democracy and participation, organizational learning, and the role of language and linguistic exchanges in organizations. The application of critical theories is appreciated, however, CLAW does not subscribe to a specific research paradigm.

We kindly invite you to submit original research papers, research notes, book reviews, and other forms of scholarly texts. CLAW is an established (BFI 1) and peer reviewed platform for publishing research-based texts relating to the role of communication and language in organizational settings. CLAW publishes biannually. All methodological approaches are welcomed.

For previous articles please visit You are welcome to inquire about themed submissions or special issues: please get in touch with Peter Kastberg ( or Klarissa Lueg ( We would greatly appreciate if you shared this call for papers in your networks.