Ishva Minefee primarily studies organizations' use of textual and visual rhetoric to legitimize controversial actions and/or delegitimize other organizations. His current projects focus on organizational responses to the anti-soda campaign and firms' responses to stakeholders' pressures to divest from host countries with high levels of sociopolitical conflict.
Ishva teaches Strategic Management (MGMT 478) in the undergraduate business program.
- PhD, Business Administration, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2017
- BA, Global Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011
- Organizational Rhetoric
- Social Movement Activism
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Minefee, I., Rabelo, V., Stewart, O., and Jones-Young, N. "Repairing Leaks in the Pipeline: A Social Closure Perspective on Underrepresented Racial/Ethnic Minority Recruitment and Retention in Business Schools ", Academy of Management Learning & Education, Link to Paper
- Minefee, I., Neuman, E., Isserman, N., and Leblebici, H. (2015) "Corporate Foundations and their Governance: Unexplored Territory in the Corporate Social Responsibility Agenda", Annals in Social Responsibility, 1:57-75.