Tales from the Script - Research interviews

About Tales from the Script
DEI student members interview a notable scholar about a paper that has inspired their work. The student interviews the scholar of their choice about their manuscript. An edited transcript of the interview is then made available to all of our members.

See the latest script below for your review!


Interview with Drs. Maria Baskerville Watkins & Lex Washington

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Manuscript Authors & Interviewees

Marla Baskerville Watkins
Chief Diversity Officer & Associate Professor
Management and Organizational Development
Northeastern University
D’Amore-McKim School of Business
Boston, Massachusetts
Lex Washington
Associate Professor, Management
Oklahoma State University
Spears School of Business
Stillwater, Oklahoma

Interviewed by:  

Ricky Burgess 
PhD Student, Management
University of North Carolina 
Kenan-Flagler Business School
Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Article Information

Smith, A. N., Watkins, M. B., Ladge, J., & Carlton, P. (2019). Making the Invisible Visible: Paradoxical Effects of Intersectional Invisibility on the Career Experiences of Executive Black Women in the Workplace. Academy of Management Journal, 62, 1705-1734.

Interview with Dr. Ashleigh Shelby Rosette 

Access Interview Script below!
→ Interview_with_Dr__Ashleigh_Shelby_Rosette_Dec_2022.pdf

Manuscript Author & Interviewee
Ashleigh Shelby Rosette, PhD
Senior Associate Dean of Executive Programs & James L. Vincent Distinguished Professor of Leadership
Duke University
The Fuqua School of Business Durham, North Carolina

Interviewed by Juliana Carvalho, PhD candidate
Fundação Getulio Vargas | FGV
Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Article Information

Rosette, A. S., Leonardelli, G. J., & Phillips, K. W. (2008). The White standard: racial bias in leader categorization. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93(4), 758.

Petsko, C. D., & Rosette, A. S. (2022). Are leaders still presumed white by default? Racial bias in leader categorization revisited. Journal of Applied Psychology, online. https://doi.org/10.1037/apl0001020

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