Updated bibliography on methodology for organization history

Historical Methods in Management and Organizational Research:
A Bibliography
January 2019

 

Balmer, J. M. T., & Burghausen, M. (2015). Explicating corporate heritage, corporate heritage brands and organisational heritage. Journal of Brand Management, 22(5), pp. 364–384.

Brunninge, O. (2009). Using history in organizations, Journal of Organizational Change Management, 22 (1), pp. 8 – 26.

Burghausen, M., & Balmer, J. M. T. (2015). Corporate heritage identity stewardship: A corporate marketing perspective, European Journal of Marketing, 49(1), pp. 22-61.

Cannadine, D. (2002). What is History Now? Houndsmill and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Carr, E. H. (1961). What is History?. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Coraiola, D., Foster, W. M., & Suddaby, R. (2015). Varieties of History in Organizational Studies. In P. McLaren & A. J. Mills (Eds.), Routledge Companion to Management and Organizational History. London: Routledge, pp. 206-221.

Decker, S. (2013). The silence of the archives: Business history, post-colonialism and archival ethnography. Management & Organizational History8(2), pp.155-173.

Decker, S. (2015). Mothership reconnection: Microhistory and institutional work compared. In T. Weatherbee, A. J. Mills, & P. G. McLaren (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Management and Organizational History. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 222–237.

Dobson, M., & Ziemann, B. (2009). Reading Primary Sources: The interpretation of texts from nineteenth- and twentieth-century history. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Durepos, G. and Mills, A.J. (2012). Actor-network theory, ANTi-history and critical organizational historiography. Organization19(6), pp.703-721.

Fellman, S., & Rahikainen, M. (2012). Historical Knowledge: In Quest of Theory, Method and Evidence. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Forbes, D. P., and Kirsch, D. A. (2011). The study of emerging industries: Recognizing and responding to some central problems. Journal of Business Venturing 26(5), pp. 589-602.

Foster, W. M., Suddaby, R., Minkus, A., & Wiebe, E. (2011). History as social memory assets: The example of tim hortons, Management & Organizational History, 6(1), pp. 101-120.

Gill, M. J., Gill, D. J., & Roulet, T. J. (2018). Constructing Trustworthy Historical Narratives: Criteria, Principles and Techniques. British Journal of Management, 29(1), 191-205.

Godfrey, P.C., Hassard, J., OConnor, E.S., Rowlinson, M. and Ruef, M. (2016). What is organizational history? Toward a creative synthesis of history and organization studies. Academy of Management Review41(4), pp.590-608.

Green, A., & Troup, K. (1999). The Houses of History: A Critical Reader in Twentieth-century History and Theory. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Howell, M., & Prevenier, W. (2001). From Reliable Sources: An Introduction to Historical Methods. Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.

Jenkins, K., & Munslow, A. (2003). Re-thinking history. Routledge classics. London: Routledge.

Jordanova, L. (2006). History in Practice. London: Bloomsbury.

Kipping, M., Wadhwani, R. D., & Bucheli, M. (2014). Analyzing and Interpreting Historical Sources: A Basic Methodology. In M. Bucheli & R. D. Wadhwani (Eds.), Organizations in Time: History, Theory, Methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 305-329.

Kirk, N. (1994), History, language, ideas and post-modernism: a materialist view, Social History, 19(2), pp. 221-240.

Lipartito, K. (2014). Historical Sources and Data. In M. Bucheli & R. D. Wadhwani (Eds.), Organizations in Time: History, Theory, Methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 284–304.

Maclean, M., Harvey, C. and Clegg, S.R. (2016). Conceptualizing historical organization studies. Academy of Management Review41(4), pp.609-632.

Maclean, M., Harvey, C. and Clegg, S.R., 2017. Organization Theory in Business and Management History: Present Status and Future Prospects. Business History Review91(4), pp. 457-481.

McKinley, A. (2002). Dead Selves: The Birth of the Modern Career, Organization, 9(4), pp. 595-614.

Munslow, A. (1997). Deconstructing history. London: Routledge.

Perks, R., & Thomson, A. (2016). The oral history reader. Abingdon: Routledge.

Rowlinson, M. (2004). Historical Analysis of Company Documents. In C. Cassell & G. Symon (Eds.), Essential guide to qualitative methods in organizational research. London: Sage, pp. 301–311.

Rowlinson, M. & Hassard, J. (1993). The Invention of a corporate cultures: A history of the histories of Cadbury, Human Relations, 46(3), pp. 296-326.

Rowlinson, M., Hassard, J., & Decker, S. (2014). Research Strategies for Organizational History: A Dialogue Between Historical Theory and Organization Theory, Academy of Management Review, 39(3), pp. 250-274.

Schultz, M. & Hernes, T. (2013). A Temporal Perspective on Organizational Identity, Organization Science, 24 (1), pp. 1–21.

Scott, J.W. (1991). The Evidence of Experience, Critical Inquiry, 17(Summer), pp. 773-97.

Spiegel, G.B (ed.) (2005). Practicing History New Directions in Historical Writing after the Linguistic Turn. Routledge, London.

Stedman Jones, G. (1996). The deterministic fix: some obstacles to the further development of the linguistic approach to history in the 1990s, History Workshop Journal, 42, pp. 19-35.

Stutz, C. and Sachs, S. (2018). Facing the Normative Challenges: The Potential of Reflexive Historical Research. Business & Society, 57(1), pp. 98-130.

Taylor, S., Bell, E. and Cooke, B. (2009). Business history and the historiographical operation. Management & Organizational History4(2), pp. 151-166.

Vaara, E. and Lamberg, J.A. (2016). Taking historical embeddedness seriously: Three historical approaches to advance strategy process and practice research. Academy of Management Review41(4), pp. 633-657.

Vernon, J. (1994). Whos afraid of the linguistic turn? The politics of social history and its discontents. Social History, 19(1), pp. 81-97.

Wadhwani, R.D. and Decker, S. (2017). Clios Toolkit: The Practice of Historical Methods in Organization Studies. In Sanjay Jain and Raza Mir (eds.) Routledge Companion to Qualitative Research in Organization Studies New York: Taylor and Francis, pp. 113-127.

Wadhwani, R. D. (2016). Historical methods for contextualizing entrepreneurship research. In F. Welter & W. B. Gartner (Eds.), A research agenda for entrepreneurship and context. Cheltenham & Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, pp. 134–145.

Yates, J. (2014). Understanding Historical Methods in Organization Studies. In M. Bucheli & R. D. Wadhwani (Eds.), Organizations in Time: History, Theory, Methods. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 265–283.

Zammito, J. (1993), Are we being theoretical yet? The new historicism, the new philosophy of history and practising historians. The Journal of Modern History, 65(4), pp. 783-814.

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